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Use of the embedded peritoneal dialysis catheter: experience and results from a North American Center.

Since 2000, the Ottawa Hospital Home Dialysis Program has used a variation on the embedded peritoneal dialysis catheter technique described by Moncrief et al. In this paper, we describe our approach to placement of peritoneal access and report our experience with 304 embedded catheters placed between January 2000 and December 2003. We review the advantages and disadvantages of this technique and describe factors that have been important to the success of our program.

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