Baxter is firmly committed to support patients and their healthcare providers throughout the entire continuum of care - from acute kidney injury to end-stage chronic kidney disease.
Our Baxter systems are designed to allow easy implementation of multiple modality options and therapies in the ICU.
Introducing the next evolution in hemodialysis that brings us a step closer to the natural kidney through superior removal of an expanded range of conventional/large middle molecules (up to 45,000 Da),
Hemodialysis is the predominant therapy for end-stage kidney disease, and can be delivered through multiple therapy options.
PD, combined with Remote Patient Management, offers the potential to improve renal patients' clinical outcomes and increase lifestyle flexibility.
Baxter’s product portfolio for acute and chronic kidney failure offers a comprehensive approach to renal care.
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Patient: Resources: Claria: Correcting Alarms -
August 08, 2022
Welcome to MyClaria > Using MyClaria to support your APD therapy
Getting Started > Welcome to Homechoice Claria
Getting Started > Control Panel
Getting Started > Set Up the Cycler
Prepare Therapy > Set Up your Supplies
Prepare Therapy > Load Disposable Set and Prepare Drain Option
Prepare Therapy > Priming and Connection
Specific Procedures and Therapies > Steps to End Therapy
Specific Procedures and Therapies > Perform an emergency disconnect
Specific Procedures and Therapies > Perform a Manual Drain
Specific Procedures and Therapies > Perform a Hi-Dose Therapy
Specific Procedures and Therapies > End Therapy Early
Correcting Alarms > Types of Alarms
Correcting Alarms > Check Patient Line
Correcting Alarms > Check Lines and Bags
Correcting Alarms > Check Your Position
Correcting Alarms > Slow Flow Patient
Correcting Alarms > Low Drain Volume