Help us design and run research on bioimpedance measurements for dialysis
Patients with chronic kidney disease have dialysis to remove impurities and excess fluid from their bodies. Bioimpedance uses small electric currents to estimate the amount of excess fluid. We are designing research to find out whether this could help avoid complications from removing too much or too little fluid. We are looking for adults having peritoneal dialysis, and parents of children who are having any type of dialysis.
16th April 2018
1st June 2018
Cedar Health Technology Research Centre; KiTEC (Kings Technology Evaluation Centre)
Cedar and KiTEC are both organisations that evaluate medical devices for NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence). Cedar is a collaboration between Cardiff University and Cardiff and Vale University Health Board (NHS). KiTEC is a collaboration between Kings College, London, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, and King’s College Hospital.
All of England
Designing and managing
None is available in this early design phase of the project.
No payments are available for this early design phase, but may be available if the research is funded.
We will contact you by phone so no travel is involved and no expenses are available for this early design phase.