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Multitargeted Interventions to Reduce Dialysis-Induced Systemic Stress

Hemodialysis (HD) is a life-sustaining therapy as well as an intermittent and repetitive stress condition for the patient. In ridding the blood of unwanted substances and excess fluid from the blood, the extracorporeal procedure simultaneously induces persistent physiological changes that adversely affect several organs. Dialysis patients experience this systemic stress condition usually thrice weekly and sometimes more frequently depending on the treatment schedule.

In this webinar, the definition of dialysis-induced stress, as well as its broad implications on the human body, will be discussed from various angles.

Event Date: 10/04/2022

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