PMID: 11447702Jul 13, 2001Paper

Infections associated with uremia and dialysis

Infectious Disease Clinics of North America
V R Minnaganti, B A Cunha

Abstract

Patients with chronic renal failure are predisposed to infections. Infections in end-stage renal disease patients are caused by immunosuppressive effects of uremia. Patients with renal failure on dialysis have impaired host defenses and may develop infections related to vascular access. This article reviews the infectious complications related to chronic renal failure in dialysis.

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