NKF K/DOQI GUIDELINES 2000
 
 

GUIDELINES FOR PERITONEAL DIALYSIS ADEQUACY

II. NKF-K/DOQI CLINICAL PRACTICE GUIDELINES FOR PERITONEAL DIALYSIS ADEQUACY: UPDATE 2000

NOTE: The citation for these guidelines should read as follows: National Kidney Foundation. K/DOQI Clinical Practice Guidelines for Peritoneal Dialysis Adequacy, 2000. Am J Kidney Dis 37:S65-S136, 2001 (suppl 1)

Acronyms and Abbreviations

Abbreviation Term   Abbreviation Term

ACE

 

angiotensin-converting enzyme  

nBSA

 

normalized body surface area

BSA

body surface area  

NIPD

 

nocturnal intermittent peritoneal dialysis

BUN

blood urea nitrogen concentration  

nPCR

 

normalized protein catabolic rate

CANUSA

Canada/USA Peritoneal Dialysis Study  

nPNA

 

normalized protein equivalent of total nitrogen appearance

CAPD

continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis   nV normalized volume

CCPD

continuous cycling peritoneal dialysis   PCR protein catabolic rate

CCr

creatinine clearance   PD peritoneal dialysis

Cr Cr

residual renal creatinine clearance

  PET peritoneal equilibration test

CKD

chronic kidney disease   PNA protein equivalent of nitrogen appearance

DI

dialysis index   QOL quality of life

DPI

dietary protein intake   RKF residual kidney function

eC

effective clearance   RRF residual renal function

ESRD

end-stage renal disease   SGA subjective global assessment

GFR

glomerular filtration rate   SHR standardized hospitalization rates

HD

hemodialysis   SUN serum urea nitrogen concentration

Kp Cr

peritoneal creatinine clearance   t time

Kpt/Vurea

 

the peritoneal component of Kt/Vurea   UKM urea kinetic modeling

Kprt/Vurea d.

 

the sum of peritoneal and renal Kt/Vurea. These terms are interchangeable in that Kt/Vurea is total unless otherwise note   UNA urea nitrogen appearance

Kt/Vurea

 

urea clearance _ time normalized by total body water, the volume of distribution of urea   URR urea reduction ratio

Krt/Vurea

 

the renal component of Kt/Vurea   USRDS United States Renal Data System

MTC

 

mass transfer coefficient   V volume of distribution. When referring to urea, this is total body water

n

 

normalized      

 

 

 

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