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incenter

[¦in¦sen·tər]
(mathematics)
The center of the inscribed circle of a given triangle.
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This could be a confounding factor Table 2: Integrated backscatter used to assess myocardial fibrosis in patients with ESRD: IB, integrated backscatter; HD, hemodialysis; CKD, chronic kidney disease; INHD, incentre nocturnal hemodialysis.
Initially the existing patients on incentre hemodialysis (ICHD) were evaluated.
A key strategy was to review how services were provided for haemodialysis patients in satellite and incentre units, and to redesign processes to make better use of current staffing levels.
No doubt many differences relate to context (incentre, satellite, regional, rural), however, they identify a need to continue a conversation on the EN scope of practice.
After two years working as a staff RN, I took on the role of charge nurse incentre. At the same time I started the Master of Health Studies program through Athabasca University.
From a health care system perspective, utilising HDT to treat patients limits capital expenditure necessary for incentre and satellite dialysis facilities, reduces the numbers of medical and nursing personnel required to care for dialysis patients and minimises the exposure of patients to hospital-acquired infections.
However, similar findings in improvement of BDI scores were also seen in the The Frequent Hemodialysis Network (FHN) randomized trial comparing six times per week incentre HD with three times per conventional HD (Jaber, 2010; Chertow, 2010).
During this time, I cared for many dialysis and chronic kidney disease patients, but didn't fully discover the complexities of their care until I transferred to the incentre dialysis unit in 1997.
In April 2010, the Grand River Hospital Renal Program introduced the Collaborative Care Nursing Model into the incentre hemodialysis unit, through the introduction of RPNs into a traditionally RN-only work environment.
In October 2006, we reviewed all chronic incentre HD patients at our centre receiving dialysis with a CVC to determine suitability for AV access creation (AVF or AVG).
We will be using a qualitative design with the goal to recruiting 15 dialysis nurses who currently work in our incentre hemodialysis unit and describe themselves as novice cannulators.