At the time of transplant, the European Best Practice Guidelines state that PD catheters not be removed in the event of delayed graft function (DGF) to facilitate continued renal support.
What does EBPG stand for?
EBPG stands for European Best Practice Guidelines (medical)
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- Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EU)
- Extended Balanced Placebo Design (alcohol research)
- Esali Birth Perinatal Educator
- El Barrio Popular Education Program (New York, NY)
- Emirates Biotech Pharmaceutical Factory LLC (United Arabs Emirates)
- English Blackball Pool Federation (UK)
- European Brain Policy Forum
- Electron Beam Pattern Generator (semiconductor industry)
- Empty Body Protein Gain
- Energiebetriebene-Produkte-Gesetz (German: Energy-Using Products Act)
- Evidenced-Based Practice Guidelines
- Environmental Biology and Public Health (American Association of Bioanalysts)
- Evidence-Based Public Health
- Evidence Based Public Health Nursing
- Emerging Business Partners, Inc. (Massachusetts)
- Environmental Bio-Detection Products, Inc. (Canada)
- Environmental Business Practice Indicator (various states)
- European Business Process Institute (Netherlands)
- Evidence Based Practice Institute (University of Washington Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences)
- External Beam Pelvic Irradiation (cancer treatment research)
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European Best Practice Guidelines for Haemodialysis (Part 1).
These recommendations are in line with the consensus of the European Best Practice Guidelines (see Notes to Editors) for all ESAs (Erythropoiesis Stimulating Agents) like epoetins and darbepoetin alfa.
Revised European Best Practice Guidelines for the Management of Anaemia in Patients with Chronic Renal Failure, Nephrol Dial Transplant (2004) 19 [Suppl 2].
The launch of ORAMA (Optimal Renal Anaemia Management Assessment) coincides with the announcement of the latest European Best Practice Guidelines (EBPG) for the management of renal anaemia at the ongoing EDTA (European Dialysis and Transplant Association) meeting in Lisbon, Portugal.
4,5,6) European Best Practice Guidelines (EBPG) state that effective anaemia management is an essential part of the treatment of dialysis patients because of the substantial burden the condition imposes on patients.