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International Journal of Recent Trends in Science and Technology, ISSN 2277-2812 E-ISSN: 2249-8109

Volume 11, Issue 3, July 2014 pp 409-411

Research Article

A meta analysis of haemodialyses at a rural center of MNR Medical College Hospital

Nagineni Bhaskar Rao*, R. Rajmallaiah**

*Assistant Professor, **Emeritus Professor, Department of Nephrology, MNR Medical College and Hospital, Sangareddy, Medak, Telangana, INDIA.



Objective: To study the various complications of Haemodialyasis at a Rural health center. Methods: This is a meta analysis of 1817 haemodialyses conducted at rural based dialysis centre of MNR Medical College and hospital, sangareddy, on46 CKD Stage-v patients, to evaluate the incidence of complications, causative factors i.e. etiology etc during the period of 7-11-2009 to 18.8.2011. Results: In this study male and female ratio is 2:1. Age ranges from 16to 65yeras. Most of the CKD stage-v patients on HD were belongs to low-socioeconomic group and came for haemodialysis under RAJIV AAROGYASRI Health scheme by the Govt. Etiology: Hypertension 55%, Diabetes mellius 37% other 8%.Incidence of common complications are hypotension, chills and rigors, nausea and vomiting, chest pain, fever etc. The common complications occurredin the beginning and over a period of times. After the HDS were uneventful. Conclusion: Intermittent- haemodialysis is the most common renal replacement therapy for CKD Stage-v patients and critically ill ARF patients also. Relatives did not come forward to donate their kidneys or blood to their CKD Stage-v MHD patients.