The GlobalARRT research group was
established in 2018 at the University of
Florence with the aim of conducting research
in the field of Extracorporeal Blood
Purification in critically ill patients. The group
brings together different professionals from
various areas of expertise (physicians, nurses,
biologists, psychologists), in an effort to
promote a multidisciplinary approach to the
study of Extracorporeal Blood Purification.
GlobalARRT is an international, multicenter, prospective observational registry aimed at describing and analyzing Extracorporeal Blood Purification (EBP) therapies in critically ill patients worldwide.
The primary objective of this registry-based study is to define the possible clusters of critically ill patients – treated with EBP therapies worldwide – that are homogeneous regarding both clinical and treatment characteristics and who seem to benefit the most from a specific EBP therapy.
Furthermore, data prospectively collected in the GlobalARRT registry will be used for describing:
- EBP utilization rates in intensive care units worldwide;
- EBP in terms of treatment type in intensive care units worldwide;
- EBP in terms of technical characteristics in intensive care units worldwide;
- the clinical circumstances under which clinicians opt for specific techniques of extracorporeal blood purification therapy worldwide.
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Research team in
Acute Renal Replacement Therapy
Promoted by the University of Florence
Department of Health Sciences
Viale Pieraccini, 6
Florence (FI) 50139