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Intensified And Daily Hemodialysis In Children Might Improve Statural Growth

M. Fischbach, J. Terzic, S. Menouer, C. Dheu, S. Soskin, A. Helmstetter, M. Burger
Published 2006 · Medicine

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In children conventional hemodialysis does not often improve growth. We determined linear growth in five children on in-center intensified and daily hemodialysis (IDd) regimen, with a mean age of 8 years 7 months at enrolment. Four of five were on growth hormone started for a median of 28.5 months before IDd. IDd was delivered 5 to 6 times weekly, for three hours each session. Mean follow up of IDd was 18.6 months. Dropout from IDd was kidney transplantation (n=4) or transfer to another center (n=1). IDd and free diet improved appetite, thereby protein intake, was above 2 g/kg/BW. Median weekly Kt/Vurea was 9.1 (8.7 to 10.4). Predialysis phosphorus blood levels were higher at the start (2.04±0.34 mmol/L) than at end of IDd (1.39±0.41 mmol/L) without need for carbonate of calcium in four of five cases. During conventional dialysis ht SDS decreased from −0.8 to −1.44, which occurred predominantly before rhGH start. Conversion to IDd significantly increased growth velocity to a mean of 13 cm/year (10.3–18) with a mean change of +1.84 ht SDS/year (0.4 to 2.7). This preliminary report suggests the potential efficacy of IDd regimen in promising growth velocity, either directly from a higher dialysis dose or indirectly through an improved nutritional status.
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