Reporting from Spain: Remote Patient Monitoring Tied to Better Dialysis Technique Survival

Remote patient monitoring (RPM) may improve technique survival in patients on automated peritoneal dialysis (APD), according to a study published in the February issue of Kidney International Reports.

Francisco Javier Centellas-Pérez, from Albacete General University Hospital in Spain, and colleagues evaluated the association between the use of RPM and clinical outcomes in patients on APD. The analysis included 176 APD patients with RPM and 56 without RPM.

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