In haemodialysis our research is mainly focused on clinical issues related to dialysis, eg. cardiovascular conditions and residual renal function, intradialytic hemodynamics, dialysis access and quality of life.
Peritoneal dialysis is a well-established dialysis modality in Aarhus; the research in the field during the last years has mainly focussed on unplanned start on peritoneal dialysis, assisted Automated Peritoneal Dialysis (aAPD) and the Influence of predialysis factors on the initial course of dialysis (Peridialysis).
Developing a shared decision-making intervention for having dialysis or conservative kidney management pathway and implementing routine monitoring of patients with CKD V symptoms using a patient reported outcome (PRO) tool. A nationwide collaboration project.
- Department of Cardiology
Measurement of heart and vessel function
- Center for Magnetic Resonance
Mesurement of renal blood flow, oxygenation and metabolism
- Department of Nuclear Medicine and PET Centre
Mesurement of glomerular filtration rate
- Research Centre for Patient Involvement
The methods: shared decision-making and self-management support
- Shared decision-making and dialysis choice (SDM-DC)
- RenaKvit study
- Peridialysis study
- SAFIR study
- SDM-EoLC intervention
- PK Cannabinoider
- Access and problems related with infection
- A life with dignity with and without dialysis