Expected Remaining Lifetimes in Prevalent Dialysis Patients.

30-day Readmission Rate, by Principal Discharge Expected Remaining Lifetimes in Prevalent Dialysis Patients

 

Between 2004 and 2011, expected remaining lifetimes in the prevalent dialysis population increased by more than two years among patients between age 20–44 years; by 1–2 years among patients age 45–64; and by 6–12 months among patients age 65–79. In the cohort of prevalent dialysis patients alive on January 1, 2011, expected remaining lifetimes exceeded two years even among octogenarians and nonagenarians.

Expected remaining lifetimes in prevalent dialysis patients
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