https://**en.wikipedia.org**/wiki/**Kt/V**

In medicine, **Kt/V** is a number used to quantify hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis treatment adequacy. K - dialyzer clearance of urea; t - dialysis time

www.niddk.nih.gov/.../**hemodialysis-dose-and-adequacy**/Pages/facts.aspx

The **Kt/V** is more accurate than the URR in measuring how much urea is removed during dialysis, ... **Hemodialysis Dose and Adequacy**; Peritoneal Dialysis **Dose and Adequacy**;

**www.davita.com**/**ktvcalculator**

The **DaVita Kt/V Calculator** is an interactive tool found on **DaVita.com** and mainly used by nephrologists to determine the adequacy of dialysis treatment.

www.**kt-v.net**

Free dialysis adequacy calculator tools for calculating **kt/v** for hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis. Built-in warnings for recirculation and modeling errors.

**www.medindia.net**/doctors/clinical_cal/**ktv**.asp

Dialysis Efficiency Calculator or **Kt/V calculator** is an interactive tool that indicates how well dialysis is working for you and checks if enough water and waste ...

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**MedCalc**: **Hemodialysis - Kt/V and URR** Dialyzer Urea Clearance (K) : L/min Dialysis Time (t) : Height : Weight : Age : years: Gender : Target **Kt/V** : Diabetes? Urea ...

**medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com**/**Kt/V**

**Kt/V** Nephrology A formula for measuring dialysis adequacy, where K = dialyzer clearance–volume of fluid completely cleared of urea in a single treatment–in mL/min ...

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**Treatment Methods for Kidney Failure** ... using one of two formulas—URR or **Kt/V**—to see whether your ... **Methods for Kidney Failure: Hemodialysis**;

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Learn about **Kt/V** from patients' first hand experiences and trusted online health resources, including common treatments and medications. 1,194 discussions on **Treato**

https://**en.wikipedia.org**/wiki/**Standardized_Kt/V**

**Standardized Kt/V**, also std **Kt/V**, is a way of measuring dialysis adequacy. It was developed by Frank Gotch and is used in the USA to measure dialysis.