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Study on Hemodialysis: Illumination Effects

Previous research has shown that sleep quality in hemodialysis patients is disturbed. One of the possible explanations is an insufficient or disturbed melatonin rhythm. Melatonin rhythm is regulated by exposure to light. In this feasibility study, the investigators examine the effects of light therapy during dialysis on sleep, melatonin rhythm and mood.

Evaluation of Domestic Hemodialysis Machine: A Multi-center Clinical Study

An important reason for the costs of hemodialysis treatment in China are expensive is the hemodialysis machine and related products mainly rely on imports. Hemodialysis machine is the basis equipment of the hemodialysis treatment. After years of research and development, China has had the domestic hemodialysis machine. However, due to the lack of control studies of domestic and imported hemodialysis machine, thus causing the domestic hemodialysis machine promotion has been hind...

Trial of Aerobic Exercise in Patients Undergoing Outpatient Hemodialysis

Randomized controlled trial comparing effects of ergometer exercise during hemodialysis to effects of pedometer use outside of hemodialysis on exercise capacity, functional status, quality of life and adequacy of hemodialysis.

A Phase 1 Study to Evaluate PK, Safety and Tolerability of AMG 416

This is a multiple dose, double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled clinical study conducted in Chinese subjects residing in Mainland China with chronic kidney disease receiving hemodialysis. The treatment duration will be approximately 4 weeks with a post treatment followup of 4 weeks. A dose will be given at each scheduled hemodialysis session (Dose administered three times a week for 4 weeks, for a total of 12 doses).

Low Vision Patients' Preference for Colored Filters and Illumination for Near Reading Determined by the LuxIQ/2

The effect of tinted filters and illumination on the visual performance of patients with low vision (i.e., individuals with reduced vision that is uncorrectable with glasses, surgery or treatments) has been a topic of research and discussion for many years, yet there is no current consensus or practice standard for the evaluation and recommendation of colored filters and/or illumination intensity. Anecdotally, there have been many subjective reports of improvement in visual fun...

Cohort Study Comparing Short Daily Hemodialysis (HD) With Conventional HD

This study is examining the effects of short daily hemodialysis on platelet function, fluid volume control, arterial stiffness and patient quality of life, as compared to conventional hemodialysis.

The Study of Association Between Intradialysis Sodium Balance and Clinical Outcomes in Chronic Hemodialysis Patients

The purpose of this study is to determine whether the change of serum and dialysate sodium level during hemodialysis can influence on blood pressure and intradialytic weight gain in chronic hemodialysis patients.

Blood Flow Effects on Silicon Substrates

This is a non-randomized, open label, uncontrolled first in human safety study, testing the the material used in the artificial kidney device in subjects already on hemodialysis. Six subjects already on hemodialysis, who meet the study inclusion and exclusion criteria, and who dialyze at one of the UCSF associated hemodialysis units will be recruited. Each subject will be tested during one non hemodialysis day, at the UCSF Moffitt-Long Hospital Acute Hemodialysis Unit (AHU). ...

Measuring Cardiovascular Stress in Patients on Hemodialysis Study II

The overall goal is to evaluate the predictive accuracy of a measure of autoregulatory adequacy derived from CVInsight and compare it with other measures in recognizing hypotensive events during hemodialysis..

The Effects of Plantar Stimulation on Hypotension, Treatment Efficacy and Quality of Life With Adults on Hemodialysis

For the ESRD patients undergoing hemodialysis treatment, specifically, reflex mediated calf muscle pump stimulation has the potential to significantly reduce the number and magnitude of hypotensive episodes thus enhancing the effectiveness of the dialysis process. Fewer hemodialysis complications during the patient's hemodialysis treatment, would allow treatment sessions to continue to the prescribed volume removal, with much reduced patient recovery time, and the costs associa...

Survival Study in Patients Undergoing On-line Hemodiafiltration

Patients on hemodialysis will be randomly assigned (1:1) to continue on conventional hemodialysis or on-line hemodiafiltration, both three times per week. A 3 year follow-up and a sample size of around 750 will be necessary to detect a 35% reduction in mortality.

Individualized Incremental Hemodialysis Study

Thrice weekly hemodialysis has been the standard of care all-over the world for end-stage renal disease (ESRD) requiring renal replacement therapy (RRT). Despite being in the era of precision medicine and individualized healthcare, this program doesn't take into account patients with residual kidney function (RKF) who don't require a thrice weekly hemodialysis frequency. Incremental hemodialysis (defined as twice weekly hemodialysis initiation in incident hemodialysis patients ...

Effect of Lactobacillus Rhamnosus on Serum Uremic Toxins in Hemodialysis

Uremic toxins such as p-cresol and phenol are suggested to be associated with higher mortality in hemodialysis patients. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of probiotics on serum p-cresol level in hemodialysis patients.

The Efficacy of Hemoperfusion Combined With Hemodialysis in Improving the Survival of MHD Patients

This multi-center, open-label, randomized, parallel group study aims to investigate the efficacy of hemoperfusion (HP) combined with hemodialysis (HD) by evaluating all-cause mortality and cardiovascular mortality in maintenance hemodialysis patients.

Platelet Function in Hemodialysis Patient

Our objective is to evaluate the function of the platelet in patients undergoing hemodialysis. We will use the assay called PFA-100, an in vitro whole blood assay with three pathways of platelet activation to describe a platelet response profile. Our hypothesis is that patients undergoing hemodialysis present a platelet dysfunction, that may be reversed by hemodialysis. The effect of heparin, used during hemodialysis session to anticoagulate the hemodialyzer, on platelet funct...

HEMOTOL: Efficacy and Safety of Hemodialysis On-line Monitoring Devices on Hemodynamic Stability in Intensive Care Unit

The purpose of this randomized controlled study is to compare the effects of different new dialysis on-line monitoring devices on hemodynamic stability during intermittent hemodialysis in critically ill patients with acute kidney injury.

Reducing Hemodialysis Catheter Use in Prevalent Hemodialysis Patients

To determine if a protocolized approach to converting hemodialysis central venous catheters (CVC) to arteriovenous fistulae will improve rates of functioning AVF and decrease CVC use.

Effect of Vitamin D Supplementation on Erythropoietin Dosage in Hemodialysis Patients Who Have Vitamin D Deficiency

While vitamin D supplementation is safe and effective in repleting vitamin D levels in dialysis patients, the impact on anemia is unknown. The majority of hemodialysis patients require erythropoietin supplementation to maintain their serum hemoglobin between 11 and 12 gm/dL, a drug that is both costly and associated with significant side effects. If repletion of vitamin D significantly decreases erythropoietin requirements in hemodialysis patients, it would result in a substant...

The Effectiveness and the Safety of Acupuncture for Symptomatic Care of Hemodialysis Patients: A Case-series

Purpose: Hemodialysis-dependent patients with an end-stage renal disease (ESRD) suffer from a number of distressing symptoms, such as pain, poor mental health, fatigue, sleep disturbance and pruritus. These negatively influence health-related quality of life in ESRD patients, and some of them result in increased mortality and hospitalization. Acupuncture is a widely employed treatment on several chronic disease or condition. Adjunctive use of acupuncture with conventiona...

Effects of Daily Home Hemodialysis on Circulation, Mental Functions, and Quality of Life

This study was designed to discover mechanisms responsible for the decrease in (high) blood pressure after starting daily hemodialysis, as has been observed by various investigators. We hypothesized that better control of body water and sodium content and a decline in the autonomic (sympathetic) nervous system activity, increased in chronic renal failure patients, would contribute to improved blood pressure regulation. Moreover, we studied the effects of daily hemodialysis on...

Effects of Intensified Sodium Management in Hemodialysis Patients

The primary aim of this study is to investigate whether intensive sodium management by dietary sodium restriction and by preventing positive sodium balance during dialysis can be successfully applied in chronic hemodialysis patients. Secondary aims are to test if sodium restriction has positive effects on the frequency of hospital admissions, blood pressure, fluid overload, quality of life and residual renal function.

Does Illumination From Computer Screen Disrupts Sleep and Biological Rhythms?

Light exposure is on the rise in recent years. In large part because of unintentional illumination from screens that emit light directly into the eyes. Millions of computers, tablets, TVs, and smart-phones are sold worldwide every month and the usage time of these devices is increasing constantly. Today, people are exposed to ongoing light exposure from these device screens, emitting short wave length (SWL) during day and night hours, whether as active or passive users. In sum,...

Effects Of Volume Control Guided by Body Composition Monitor (BCM) on Blood Pressure and Cardiac Condition in Hemodialysis Patients

This prospective, randomized, controlled study aims to evaluate the usefulness of the new body composition monitor (BCM) device as a method to improve volume control in hemodialysis (HD) patients and compare the results with those obtained by conventional volume control modalities.

Treatment Modification to Reduce Symptom Burden in Hemodialysis

Many patients on hemodialysis experience high rates of symptom burden, such as pain, depression, anxiety and difficulty breathing. This study seeks to reduce these symptoms by modifying the usual guidelines used to manage patients on hemodialysis. For example, rather than trying to keep serum phosphorus below 5.5, patients enrolled in this study may have treatment goals of less than 6.5, in order to reduce the number of pills they need to take and potentially reduce harmful s...

Early Administration of L-Carnitine in Hemodialysis Patients

Hemodialysis is a cause of carnitine deficiency. The deficiency of carnitine induces an anemia by an increase fragility of the red blood cells, a muscular fatigue and a cardiac dysfunction. We proposed to evaluate the benefit of an early administration of L-carnitine in hemodialysis patients. The patients should be included in the first month after the start of chronic hemodialysis, randomized to receive L-carnitine or placebo and should be followed-up during one year.

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