Pediatric peritoneal dialysis

Peritoneal Dialysis — child with

Less invasive therapy for a more normal life

  • Bridges time to transplantation
  • Easy to perform
  • Less invasive than extracorporeal treatments
  • Does not require anticoagulation

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PD-Paed Plus — PD in the smallest patients
Easy-to-use preassembled system PD-Paed Plus is designed to perform PD manually in premature babies, neonates and infants. It is an easy-to-use preassembled system for in-center use.
Flexible treatment adaptation 
  • Capacity for inflow volumes of up to 200 mL
  • Precise fluid balancing with the combination of an inflow and outflow burette
  • Option to connect two fluid bags at the same time
 
Safety features give confidence 
  • An integrated ball valve in the inflow burette supports that only the prescribed volume is given to the patient
  • The PD-Paed Plus is designed in such a way that the recirculation volume between the patient connector and the Y-piece is only 2ml
  • PIN technology reduces the number of risk steps associated with disconnection and reconnection*
  • Materials of concern avoided - no use of DEHP and latex
 

*Calculated on basis of a 2 exchanges per day prescription

PD in the smallest patients

sleep•safe harmony – Free days and nightime dialysis

bicaVera and balance — Biocompatible PD fluids

Pure bicarbonate PD fluid - bicaVera

Less infusion pain

BCM-Body Composition Monitor – Easy treatment optimization

Is the child thriving or fluid overloaded?

Chart of body composition development and blood pressure
External anonymised patient case from Germany

Especially in children on dialysis it is not always easy to differentiate between a gain in weight because of growth or because of fluid overload.

This is where the BCM-Body Composition Monitor helps you to assess the individual hydration and nutritional status of your patient. The device is based on bioimpedance spectroscopy and gives you a clear picture over time of the child’s fluid status and how the lean and fat tissue mass have developed.

  • Accurate and highly reproducible data
  • Based on typical pediatric reference ranges8
  • Easy to apply and non-invasive
  • Validated for children9,10
  • Easy analysis of data with the Fluid Management Tool (FMT) on a personal computer 

Learn more about the Body Composition Monitor

Abbreviated Prescribing Information

Abbreviated Prescribing Information PD fluids

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