EDTNA/ERCA European Dialysis and Transplant Nurses Association/
European Renal Care Association
EDTNA/ERCA Project Website Dresden 2015
Patient-centred Renal Care – A Multidisciplinary Approach to Holistic Health
Other Resources
Alport Alport Syndrome Foundation, Help, Action and Support
ocatt Catalan Transplant Organisation
cdc Center for Disease Control and Prevention
diyaliz.net Diyaliz.net - Directory for Dialysis Centers in Turkey 
eurodial European Renal Units Guide 
Home Dialysis Central 
hdcn Hypertension, Dialysis and Clinical Nephrology (HDCN) ASN Education 
kdoqi Kidney Disease Outcomes Quality Initiative K/DOQI 
kecc Kidney Epidemiology and Cost Center at the University of Michigan
nkf National Kidney Foundation 
nlm National Library of Medecine (NLM)
MEDLINE Database/PubMed Search
Medline plus NLM MEDLINE plus Health Information (Kidney Failure and Dialysis) 
nephronline Nephrology News & Issues 
nephronline Nephronline 
Nephron Information Center 
nephroworld Nephroworld 
RenalWeb RenalWEB 
us rds US Renal Data System 


Nephrology Search Engines
djw Journal Watch
ncbi Pubmed 
RenalNet RenalNet 



Atlas of Diseases of the Kidney


Dialysis and Drugs

If you need informations about drugs and dialysis interactions, you can find some on the NPA site, will you please click on the logo 

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Dialysis of Drugs

This widely-utilized reference provides concise, easy-to-use information on the dialyzability of drugs in patients receiving hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis. This annual publication is available in a pocket guide or wall chart format.

Dialysis of Drugs is provided in the U.S. as an educational service by Bone Care International.

Peritoneal Dialysis

This pocket-sized booklet provides information about many aspects of drug use in peritoneal dialysis (PD) patients. Text and tables provide reference about pharmacokinetic principles in PD, stability of medication additives to PD solutions and dosing of antibiotics for peritonitis and exit site infections. In addition, reference is provided for intraperitoneal administration of medications intended for a systemic effect.

Peritoneal Dialysis 2004: A Guide to Medication Use is provided in the U.S as an educational service by American Regent, Inc.


Dialysis patients are commonly treated with 10 or more prescription medications. These complex regimens increase the risk for drug interactions. This guide presents tabular information about the most clinically significant potential drug interactions. It provides brief information about the potential effect of an interaction, together with suggested management.

MEDfacts: Pocket Guide to Drug Interactions, Second Edition is provided in the U.S. as an educational service by Bone Care International, Inc.

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