By Madhukar Misra
This useful guide deals speedy and sound suggestion at the many concerns confronted while dialyzing the older sufferer. it truly is authored via recognized overseas specialists who've coated the whole diversity of finish degree renal problems together with remedies, sufferer administration and maximization of caliber of lifestyles. available and easy-to-read, Dialysis in Older Adults serves because the go-to reference for clinicians and individuals in their group as they deal with this tough sufferer population.
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The growth of patients ages 65–74, however, has increased which may be a reflection of the “baby boomers” developing renal failure (Fig. 2). Additionally, treatment of the elderly may be increasing due to longer life spans, a greater acceptance of dialysis as a modality to sustain life, and the availability of dialysis because of the proliferation of dialysis centers. For the first time in 2010, the number of patients doing in-center hemodialysis declined, and the number of patients that started home therapies, in particular, peritoneal dialysis, increased.
These centers should be staffed with home dialysis nurses who will allow the patient to conduct their own treatments. Often in-center nursing staff have difficulty training elderly patients for home therapies owing to busy schedules and slow learning process. Nursing staff oriented to home therapies will usually have more successful outcomes in such settings. Summary The elderly are faced with many difficult problems and decisions as their kidneys fail. Typically the disease that is causing their kidney failure is not confined to the kidneys but often represents a diffuse disease process.