Last updated on April 2018

The Benefit of Hemodialysis Plus Hemoperfusion on Mortality


Brief description of study

This multi-center, open-label, randomized controlled trial aims to investigate the efficacy of hemoperfusion (HP) combined with hemodialysis (HD) by evaluating all-cause mortality and cardiovascular mortality in maintenance hemodialysis patients.

Detailed Study Description

In this HD/HPvsHD trial, we plan to enroll 1364 maintenance hemodialysis patients. Eleven medical centers in Shanghai Metropolitan area have explicitly expressed interest to participate. Participants will be randomized to receive hemodialysis plus hemoperfusion or hemodialysis alone at a 1:1 ratio after 1-month run-in period. In both arms, patients will receive low-flux hemodialysis at a frequency of 2 times a week and hemodiafiltration at a frequency of once a week. In the experiment group, in addition to the treatments in the control arm, hemoperfusion will be conducted once every two weeks using a HA130 resin hemoperfusion apparatus containing 130ml resin. Follow-up is scheduled at 3, 6, 12, 18, and 24 months after randomization, and will consist the following: routine physical examinations, standard lab panels (blood routine, liver/kidney functions, tests of the coagulation system, etc.), chest X-ray, electrocardiogram, echocardiography, heart function rating (based on New York Heart Association grading). Dialysis adequacy defined by standard Kt/V will be calculated. Adverse events will be assessed according to the international conference on harmonization guidelines. The primary outcomes will include 24-month all-cause mortality. Secondary outcomes will include cardiovascular-related mortality, the occurrence of major cardiovascular events and the quality of life (Kidney Disease Quality of Life Short Form).

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT03227770

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