Dialysis Outcomes and Practice Patterns Study (DOPPS) (2016)

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Funded by the Arbor Research Collaborative for Health

Funding  Years: 2016

The DOPPS is a prospective cohort study of hemodialysis practices based on the collection of observational longitudinal data for a random sample of patients from dialysis facilities in a representative and random sample of units in more than twenty countries. Important outcomes assessed in DOPPS include: mortality, hospital admission, vascular access failure, quality of life, and development of new medical conditions.

PI: Masahito Jimbo