Continuous hemodialysis modalities have spread quickly across ICUs. However, conventional intermittent renal replacement therapies (RRT) have actually performed quite well in many randomized studies. One drawback of conventional intermittent RRT is in patients with shock and sepsis where hemodynamic tolerability becomes a limiting factor.
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