If your kidneys have failed, you will need to have dialysis treatments for your
whole life unless you are able to get a kidney transplant. Life expectancy on
Dec 4, 2013 ... And for those 85 years and older, average life expectancy was two years versus
3.5 years. (The dialysis data is for 2011, and the general ...
For many people with kidney failure, dialysis or a kidney transplant enables them
to live longer and enjoy their quality of life. However, this may not be the case ...
Aug 26, 2013 ... Kidney Dialysis Life Expectancy. The term 'dialysis' refers to a treatment option
that is suggested for people diagnosed with end-stage renal.
BACKGROUND: Expected years of life lost (EYLL) in dialysis patients are rarely
discussed. This study compared life expectancy, EYLL and survival between ...
Mar 29, 2008 ... By Bill Peckham What is the expected lifespan of someone who needs dialysis?
This is a recurring topic on the discussion boards, listservs and ...
Mar 22, 2012 ... The life expectancy for patients with lower levels of kidney function has not ... We
excluded those with end-stage renal disease at study entry ...
WHAT IS THE LIFE EXPECTANCY OF. ELDERLY HD PATIENTS?
Unsurprisingly, mortality is considerably higher for elderly patients on dialysis
than for elderly ...
Consequently, the average life expectancy of a person on dialysis is only about 5
years. <sup>1</sup> One out of every 4 patients on dialysis dies of a heart attack.
just wanted to know read it was not looking good for us about 5 years at the most
do anyone have any info on this.