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What does D/P stand for?

D/P stands for dialysis-to-plasma

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No statistically significant difference in capillary blood pH, serum bicarbonate, or oral buffer supplementation emerged during the study. At baseline, peritoneal solute equilibration and clearance rates were similar. During the study, 4-hour dialysis to plasma.
To test the hypothesis that the Peritoneal Equilibration Test (PET) reliably predicts clearance, as measured by classical clearance methodology, both CAPD and cycler patients underwent PET tests and clearance studies. In cycler patients, Dialysis to Plasma.
At baseline, peritoneal solute equilibration and clearance rates were similar. During the study, 4-hour dialysis to plasma ratio of creatinine tended to increase, and 24-hour dialytic creatinine and phosphate clearance increased with lactate peritoneal dialysis fluid but not with bicarbonate peritoneal dialysis fluid. Daily net ultrafiltration, which was similar at baseline (lactate fluid=5.
At baseline, peritoneal solute equilibration and clearance rates were similar. During the study, 4-hour dialysis to plasma ratio of creatinine tended to increase, and 24-hour dialytic creatinine and phosphate clearance increased with lactate peritoneal dialysis fluid but not with bicarbonate peritoneal dialysis fluid. Daily net ultrafiltration, which was similar at baseline (lactate fluid=5.
Mean dialysis-to-plasma (D/P) urea ratios were 0. 61 0. 08 for 10% TV, 0. 64 0. 07 for 25% TV, 0. 68 0.
There was not, however, any significant difference in mean peritoneal transport characteristics, as measured by the four-hour dialysis to plasma.
ICO showed significantly better cumulative technique survival. Net ultrafiltration volume was significantly higher in ICO throughout the study period. There were no beneficial effects of icodextrin on hemoglobin A1c, glycoalbumin, and lipid profile at 24 months. Urine volume and residual renal function declined faster in ICO, but there were no significant differences between the two groups. For peritoneal function, no differences were observed in dialysis-to-plasma.