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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Nephron Clinical Practice (2014) 127 (1-4): 101–105.
Published Online: 24 September 2014
...(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Acute kidney injury Biomarkers Cardiac surgery Critical care Transplantation National Institutes of Health...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Nephron Clinical Practice (2013) 124 (1-2): 132–140.
Published Online: 20 November 2013
... starts in home hemodialysis (HHD). Methods: We conducted a retrospective cohort study including consecutive incident HHD patients from January 1996 to December 2011. All patients had HHD as their first renal replacement therapy or returned to HHD after kidney transplantation. A suboptimal start...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Nephron Clinical Practice (2013) 124 (1-2): 54–59.
Published Online: 15 October 2013
... of tissue AGEs by skin autofluorescence (SAF) correlates well with cardiovascular outcomes in dialysis patients. SAF levels in transplant recipients relative to CKD and dialysis patients have not been previously studied, and the impact of transplantation on SAF levels in dialysis patients is unknown...
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Nephron Clinical Practice (2012) 120 (Suppl. 1): c29–c54.
Published Online: 01 September 2012
... on haemodialysis (HD), a 3.2% fall in peritoneal dialysis (PD) patients and a 5.4% increase in patients with a functioning transplant. The number of patients receiving home HD has increased 23% since 2009. Median RRT vintage was 5.6 years. The median age was 57.9 years (HD 66.3 years, PD 61.7 years and transplant...
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Nephron Clinical Practice (2012) 120 (Suppl. 1): c1–c27.
Published Online: 01 September 2012
... PCT/HBs in standardised incidence ratios. The median age of all incident patients was 64.9 years (IQR 51.0, 75.2). For transplant centres this was 63.1 years (IQR 49.7, 74.2) and for non-transplanting centres 66.5 years (IQR 52.9, 76.0). The median age for non-Whites was 57.1 years. Diabetic renal...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Nephron Clinical Practice (2011) 119 (Suppl. 2): c1–c25.
Published Online: 26 August 2011
.... There were wide variations between PCT/HBs with respect to the standardised ratios. The median age of all incident patients was 64.8 years (IQR 50.8, 75.1). For transplant centres this was 63.0 years (IQR 49.0, 74.2) and for non-transplanting centres 66.3 years (IQR 52.6, 75.9). The median age for non-Whites...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Nephron Clinical Practice (2011) 119 (Suppl. 2): c27–c52.
Published Online: 26 August 2011
... of 7.2% for peritoneal dialysis (PD) and a growth of 4.4% with a functioning transplant. There has been a slow but steady decline in the proportion of PD patients from 2000 onwards. Median RRT vintage was 5.4 years. The median age of prevalent patients was 57.7 years (HD 65.9 years, PD 61.2 years...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Nephron Clinical Practice (2011) 119 (Suppl. 2): c269–c274.
Published Online: 26 August 2011
... in: the selection of patients especially children, the care of children, approaches to diet, methods of dialysis, transplant techniques and immunosuppression. Attitudes towards care and lifestyle possibilities have become more liberal for patients. Conclusion: Much has changed, mainly for the better and some old...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Nephron Clinical Practice (2011) 118 (Suppl. 1): c189–c208.
Published Online: 06 May 2011
... responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Planning for renal replacement therapy patient education haemodialysis peritoneal dialysis transplantation end of life care Nephron Clin...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Nephron Clinical Practice (2010) 118 (1): c37–c42.
Published Online: 11 November 2010
... and factor I mutations who do progress to end-stage renal failure, renal transplantation usually fails due to recurrent HUS. In this situation, combined liver-kidney transplantation has been suggested to correct the underlying genetic defect. Newer agents, such as the complement inhibitor eculizumab, may...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Nephron Clinical Practice (2010) 115 (Suppl. 1): c9–c40.
Published Online: 31 March 2010
...-Whites 56.1 years. Diabetic renal disease remains the single most common cause of renal failure (24%). By 90 days, 67.7% of patients were on haemodialysis, 19.8% on peritoneal dialysis, 5.9% had had a transplant and 6.6% had died or had stopped treatment. By 90 days, 77.4% of all dialysis patients were...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Nephron Clinical Practice (2010) 115 (Suppl. 1): c309–c320.
Published Online: 31 March 2010
... in the UK with a number of different countries. Methods: Data from 19 countries or regions between 2003 and 2007 from four international renal registries were analysed. Rates of RRT incidence, prevalence, transplantation and dialysis modality were compared. A crude mortality rate for each country...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Nephron Clinical Practice (2010) 115 (Suppl. 1): c41–c68.
Published Online: 31 March 2010
... transplant. Over the long term (1982–2007), the steady growth in transplant prevalent numbers was maintained at 4%. There was a slow but steady decline in PD patient numbers from 1999 onwards. Median RRT vintage was 5.3 years. The median age of prevalent patients was 57.3 years (HD 65.5 years, PD 61.0 years...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Nephron Clinical Practice (2010) 114 (4): c219–c235.
Published Online: 14 January 2010
... of CFH and CFI do not preclude the presence of a mutation in these genes. Further, genotype-phenotype correlations of aHUS have clinical significance in predicting renal recovery and transplant outcome. Therefore, it is important to make a comprehensive analysis and perform genetic screening...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Nephron Clinical Practice (2009) 111 (Suppl. 1): c13–c41.
Published Online: 26 March 2009
...% on peritoneal dialysis, 5.2% had had a transplant and 6.1% had died or had stopped treatment. The incidence of late presentation in those centres supplying adequate data was 21%. Conclusions: The acceptance rate has fallen in England, Northern Ireland and Scotland but continues to rise in Wales with wide...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Nephron Clinical Practice (2009) 111 (Suppl. 1): c43–c68.
Published Online: 26 March 2009
... (SPR) significantly higher in PCTs/HAs with a high proportion of ethnic minorities. The median age of prevalent RRT patients was 57 years (HD 65 years, PD 60 years, transplant 50 years). Median RRT vintage was 5.3 years (HD 2.8 years, PD 2.1 years, transplant 10.4 years). For all ages, crude prevalence...
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