Home haemodialysis for older patients: barriers and enablers

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Dainton, M. 2018. Home haemodialysis for older patients: barriers and enablers. Journal of Renal Nursing. 3 (5), pp. 286-290. https://doi.org/10.12968/jokc.2018.3.5.286
AuthorsDainton, M.
Abstract

The uptake of home-based treatments among kidney patients remains low, especially so in patients over the age of 65.

In this article, Marissa Dainton reviews a number of studies that have been carried out to explain the lack of enthusiasm for this kind of treatment, indicates potential barriers to home-based treatments and establishes ways of addressing these.

Year2018
JournalJournal of Renal Nursing
Journal citation3 (5), pp. 286-290
PublisherMA Healthcare
ISSN2041-1448
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.12968/jokc.2018.3.5.286
Publication dates
Online09 Oct 2018
Publication process dates
Deposited31 Oct 2018
Accepted07 Aug 2018
Accepted author manuscript
Output statusPublished
ContributorsDainton, M.
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