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1.0 Introduction

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2.0 Histoire de l’hémodialyse

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3.0 Hémodialyse à domicile – Avantages de la dialyse fréquente

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4.0 Principe de base de l’hémodialyse à domicile

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5.0 Accès Vasculaire pour l’hémodialyse à domicile

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22. Béchade C, Goovaerts T, Cougnet P, Labriola L, Jadoul M, Goffin E. Buttonhole cannulation is not associated with more AVF infections in a low-care dialysis unit: A long-term Longitudinal Study. PLOS one 2015; 10(11).

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6.0 Education et formation en hémodialyse à domicile

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7.0 Vivre avec l’hémodialyse à domicile

1. Tennankore, K., Nadeau-Fredette, A.C., and Chan, C.T. (2014). Intensified home hemodialysis: clinical benefits, risks and target populations. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation, 29(7): 1342−1349.

2. Ayus, J.C., Mizani, M.R., Achinger, S.G., Thadhani, R., Go, A.S., and Lee, S. (2005). Effects of short daily versus conventional hemodialysis on left ventricular hypertrophy and inflammatory markers: a prospective, controlled study. Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, 16(9): 2778−2788.

3. Barua, M., Hladunewich, M., Keunen, J., Pierratos, A., McFarlane, P., Sood, M., and Chan, C.T. (2008). Successful pregnancies on nocturnal home hemodialysis. Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, 3(2): 392−396.

4. Brahmbhatt, Y., Ikeme, A., Bhogal, N., and Berghella, V. (2016). Successful pregnancy using the NxStage home hemodialysis system. Case Reports in Nephrology, Volume 2016: paper 1358625 [retrieved 26/02/2017 from https://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2016/1358625].

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11. Panagopoulou, A., Hardalias, A., Berati, S., and Fourtounas, C. (2009). Psychosocial issues and quality of life in patients on renal replacement therapy. Saudi Journal of Kidney Diseases and Transplantation, 20(2): 212−218.

12. Bennett, P.N., Schatell, D., and Shah, K.D. (2015). Psychosocial aspects in home hemodialysis: a review. Hemodialysis International, 19: S128−S134.

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14. Cukor, D., Peterson, R.A., Cohen, S.D., and Kimmel, P.L. (2006). Depression in end-stage renal disease hemodialysis patients. Nature Clinical Practice Nephrology, 2(12): 678−687.

15. Griva, K., Davenport, A., Harrison, M., and Newman, S. (2010). An evaluation of illness, treatment perceptions, and depression in hospital- vs. home-based dialysis modalities. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 69(4): 363−370.

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21. Walker, R.C., Howard, K., Tong, A., Palmer, S.C., Marshall, M.R., Morton, R.L. (2016). The economic considerations of patients and caregivers in choice of dialysis modality. Hemodialysis International, 20: 634−642.

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25. Benain J.P., Baines R., Kohle N., Borman N. Key Success Factors and Drivers When Launching and Developping a Profitable and Sustainable Home Haemodialysis Programme. Poster presented at British Renal Society conference 2017, pending publication.

26. Eric D. Weinhandl, Jiannong Liu, David T. Gilbertson, Thomas J. Arneson, and Allan J. Collins. Survival in Daily Home Hemodialysis and Matched Thrice-Weekly In-Center Hemodialysis Patients. J Am Soc Nephrol 2012;23: 895–904.

8.0 Soutien continu

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9.0 Sécurité et gestion des risques

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2. Hawley CM, Jeffries J, Nearhos J, Van Eps C. Complications of home hemodialysis. Hemodialysis international International Symposium on Home Hemodialysis. 2008;12 Suppl 1:S21-5.

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10.0 Gestion diététique de l’hémodialyse à domicile

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11.0 Hémodialyse à domicile et environnement

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12.0 Program d’accueil – Étude de cas

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