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  • Short-term results of continuous venovenous haemodiafiltration versus peritoneal dialysis in 40 neonates with inborn errors of metabolism. [Journal Article]
  • EJEur J Pediatr 2019; 178(6):829-836
  • Celik M, Akdeniz O, … Ozbek MN
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study showed that CVVHDF is more efficient than PD to rapidly eliminate toxic metabolites caused by IEM in newborn infants, but not in improving survival. What is Known: •Toxic metabolites are eliminated more rapidly with CVVHDF than with PD. •Higher complication rates were reported with rigid peritoneal catheters in PD and catheter blockage in CVVHDF. What is New: •Prolonged duration of plasma ammonia levels above a safe limit (200 μg/dL) was associated with increased mortality. •Lower catheter-related complication rates may have been associated with the use of Tenckhoff catheters in PD and the use of right internal jugular vein in CVVHDF.
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