Historical Guidelines

ISPD aims to offer the up-to-date versions of the guidelines Open Access to support the improvement of PD practice.

Previous versions of ISPD Guidelines are available on the PDI journal archives.
Please contact the ISPD Secretariat at admin@ispd.org for any additional request.

 

Lipid Disorders

Recommendations for the treatment of Lipid disorders in patients on Peritoneal Dialysis (1999)

Paediatric

Guidelines by an ad hoc European committee for elective Chronic Peritoneal Dialysis in pediatric patients (2001)
Guidelines by an ad hoc European committee on the assessment of growth and nutritional status in children on Chronic Peritoneal Dialysis
Consensus guidelines for the treatment of Peritonitis in pediatric patients receiving Peritoneal Dialysis (2000)

EPS

Length of Time on Peritoneal Dialysis and Encapsulating Peritoneal Sclerosis: Position Paper For ISPD (2009)

Solute & Fluid Removal
Guideline on Targets for Solute and Fluid Removal in Adult Patients on Chronic Peritoneal Dialysis 2005

Infection

ISPD Position Statement on Reducing the Risks of Peritoneal Dialysis–Related Infections (2011)
Peritoneal Dialysis-Related Infections Recommendations (2010)
Peritoneal Dialysis-Related Infections Recommendations (2005)

Peritoneal access

Clinical Practice Guidelines for Peritoneal Access (2010)
Peritoneal Catheters and Exit-Site Practices Toward Optimum Peritoneal Access (2005)
Peritoneal Catheters and Exit-Site Practices Toward Optimum Peritoneal Access (1998)

AKI

Peritoneal Dialysis for Acute Kidney Injury (2014)

Training

Peritoneal Dialysis Patient Training (2006)

Translating Guidelines

Do you want to help ISPD Mission by translating some of the Guidelines to other languages to make them more accessible? Please contact the ISPD to get all the information on the process and obtain the perceptive authorization to avoid copyright infringement.

Read below the expectations for the translations set by the Standards and Guidelines Committee:

(1) the full Guidelines should be translated;
(2) ISPD should be advised of who is doing the translation. The highest standards for translation should be used if possible (translation and then back-translation) to ensure fidelity of translation;
(3) ISPD should be advised of any funding support (if there is Pharma or Medical Devices Industry funding, a permission agreement will have to be issued);
(4) the translated materials have to be hosted on the ISPD website only, to be respectful of SAGE’s copyright rules (a link will be provided to be shared on other platforms);

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