In 2001 Stanley Shaldon delivered a lecture outlining the significant accomplishments that led to
the development of home dialysis. Now, as we embrace this technology as "new" it is interesting that
it actually began in the 1960s. Here is the 7 part series of quicktime lectures to that capture the history of the first practical dialysis machines, the av fistula, and the concept of home dialysis.
This program will run on the PC using Windows Media Player and on a Macintosh using Quicktime Player. These are large files with embedded sound, so it is best to use a fast connection.
To run MPEG-4 (MP4) with Windows Media Player one needs to download this program from Microsoft. Windows users may find the WMV files download and play easier. Macintosh users can download the free WMV player from Microsoft. MP4 (MPEG-4) files can be downloaded as IPOD videos.