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NCT ID: NCT02717533 Completed - Kidney Failure Clinical Trials

Blood Volume Analysis and Renal Outcomes in Hemodialysis

Start date: January 2014
Phase: N/A
Study type: Observational

The objective of the proposed study is to demonstrate that serial blood volume analysis (BVA) using RI-BVA (BVA-100, Daxor, NY) can be used to guide changes in prescription of dry weight for hemodialysis patients. The knowledge of a patient's ideal BV and degree of hypervolemia using these measurements can be used to change the prescription of DW in an objective way instead of the current standard of practice, which is based on subjective prescription of dry weight. A first study was conducted to determine the rate of plasma volume (PV) re-expansion for each patient as a guide to rate of fluid removal (results published, refer to citations). A second study was conducted in order to assess the value of a BVA measurement in guiding prescription of clinical DW. A follow up BVA would then be done in order to check if patients were closer to ideal BV than prior to changing dry weight.

NCT ID: NCT02418663 Not yet recruiting - Clinical trials for Actual Impaired Fluid Volume

Fluid Responsiveness in the Postoperative Patient: a Prospective Study

Start date: June 2015
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The aim of this study is to determine the prevalence of Fluid Responsiveness (FR) (SV increases by at least 15% after Volume Expansion, VE) in postoperative patients admitted on a surgical ward after elective abdominal, thoracic and esophageal surgery

NCT ID: NCT02071524 Recruiting - Clinical trials for Mechanical Ventilation Complication

Evaluation of the Effects of Fluid Therapy on Respiratory Mechanics

Start date: September 2013
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The investigators hypothesize that large doses of fluids used during intraoperative could affect lung parenchyma structure and, consequently, gas exchange and respiratory mechanics. The purpose of this study is to evaluate fluids effects on oxygenation, respiratory mechanics, by using two different solutions: crystalloid or colloid.