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Data from the DOPPS validate an association between high IV iron doses and mortalityData from the DOPPS validate an association between high IV iron doses and mortality
Intravenous (IV) iron is required for optimal management of anemia in the majority of hemodialysis patients. IV iron prescription has increased over time, but the best dosing strategy is unknown and the effect of IV iron on patient survival is unclear. Please click here to learn more

New findings on changes in parathyroid hormone levels and treatment regimensNew findings on changes in parathyroid hormone levels and treatment regimens
Dr. Francesca Tentori discusses the paper "Recent changes in therapeutic approaches and association with outcomes among patients with secondary hyperparathyroidism on chronic hemodialysis: The DOPPS study." Please click here to learn more and view the video.  

New findings provide practical guidance on using the instrumental variable approach New findings provide practical guidance on using the instrumental variable approach
The instrumental variable approach is a statistical methodology that has been widely used in medical research. DOPPS researchers, led by Dr. Yun Li, have published new findings regarding the use of a preference-based instrumental variable approach in reducing the impact of unmeasured confounding in the journal Statistics in Medicine. Click here to learn more about this publication

EURODOPPS Seeks InvestigatorsEURODOPPS Seeks Investigators
EURODOPPS is a collaboration between the ERA-EDTA and Arbor Research Collaborative for Health, established in May 2014. EURODOPPS is now seeking proposals from external investigators for possible analyses. For more information, please click here

The DOPPS Approach to Improving Patient Care The DOPPS Approach to Improving Patient Care
Dr. Friedrich Port is the 2014 recipient of the National Kidney Foundation’s David M. Hume Memorial Award. To mark this milestone in his career, Dr. Port reflected on the approach of the Dialysis Outcomes and Practice Patterns Study (DOPPS), which he helped to design, launch, and maintain since 1996. Click here to learn more about this recent publication


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