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.Acute Kidney Injury: The Role of Hemodialysis, Peritoneal Dialysis, and Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation.
During a fulminant course of the acute kidney injury, patients require renal replacement therapy in order to survive. Modalities include hemodialysis, hemofiltration, continuous venovenous hemodialysis, hemodiafiltration, and extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO). The timing of renal replacement therapy may be early, with fluid resuscitation and early dialysis, or late, with dialysis during a slower resuscitation. The hemodialysis options include intermittent hemodialysis and continuous or intermittent hemofiltration, whereas other modalities involve only extrarenal support. The specific mode of renal replacement therapy chosen is a balance between efficacy, the type of toxin metabolized, and potential complications, which may include a risk of volume overload. For most patients the specific modality will be decided as an acute management decision based on the available resources, comorbidities, and patient’s preference.”My father has never seen it, but my mother has the first ring and the second,” he said. “We keep it in a high place in the house because you can’t see it, but it’s there. It’s the best part of my existence.”

(Nick, you’ll need to excuse the language in the audio – it’s a bit of a snigger at some of the expressions, probably best left to those who are not so young!)

Thanks Nick – I absolutely loved this film. I had a vague recollection of it, from being told that it was based on a true story and that the Beaumont-Hamel Australian attack was part of the soundtrack – of course, being British, I knew this from the very first episode of the Blackadder series, and was definitely on board for this film from the start, but still hadn’t seen it until about two weeks ago.

I couldn’t believe it when, just as the film was about to end, one of the extras came out, said “well, the book is finished now” and started issuing the order to shoot the next scene. I had to


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Tidal Lagoon treatment project: £50 million sea gate to be constructed at Espichel

The tidal lagoon treatment system will see a new £50 million sea gate built to protect the 10-mile treatment system against the strong ebb and flood tides.

The part of the east coast, which includes Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and the Western Isles will also be disconnected from the English coastline to prevent silting and will be walled off.

A sea gate to protect the 10-mile-long tidal lagoon treatment system will be constructed at Espichel, Ceredigion.

The money will be spent on the £50 million project by Swansea Metropolitan University and has received Welsh Government funding.

Dr Simon Woolley, leader of Swansea Council, said the “world-class” project would be the country’s first “fully economic tidal lagoon project”.

It comes after the second phase of investment in the £500 million Swansea Bay tidal lagoon project was announced in 2016.

The economic benefits of phase two include the creation of thousands of jobs, the regeneration of areas of