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Caroline Vinck Jun 20
Very happy ckj got its first impact factor of almost 3 🥳🥳🥳🍾👌💪!!!
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ERA-EDTA Jun 13
How to evaulate? Donors The Ladder by
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Samira Farouk, MD, MS, FASN Jun 3
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Samira Farouk, MD, MS, FASN Apr 30
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NEJM Apr 17
Recent increases in measles cases in the United States mirror patterns in other countries that had previously eliminated the virus. This resurgence is all the more frustrating since the disease is entirely preventable through vaccination.
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cravedilab Mar 13
This paper shows that exhausted T cells emerge in kidney transplant recipients after ATG induction and they correlate with better outcomes. Next steps will be to understand how to develop strategies to further promote donor-specific exhaustion after transplant.
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ERA-EDTA Mar 11
Article of the week: Pre-existing in candidates—time to reconsider waiting times Freely available until March 17th at 23.59!
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NDTsocial Mar 5
Pre-existing in candidates—time to reconsider waiting times
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Leonardo V. Riella Jan 17
What medical subspecialty sees the most complex type of patients? et al published a population-based cohort study (2.5mi) and demonstrated that lead the pack by seeing the most complex patients of all medical subspecialties.
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NDTsocial Jan 11
Standard work-up of the low-risk candidate: a European expert survey of the ERA-EDTA Developing Education Science and Care for Renal Transplantation in European States Working Group
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Umberto Maggiore 12 Apr 17
Thank you all!
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Umberto Maggiore 12 Apr 17
Replying to @NephJC
That's part of information for women in childbearing age
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Umberto Maggiore 12 Apr 17
Replying to @NephJC
because they look healthy on baseline screening
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Umberto Maggiore 12 Apr 17
Fully agree, regular follow-up, healthy life style and strict correction of risk factors
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Umberto Maggiore 12 Apr 17
The key issue is not renal mass but who develops de novo kidney disease or risk factors (diabetes, obesty) post-donation
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Umberto Maggiore 12 Apr 17
Replying to @NephJC
It depends on donor risk profile, the cursor ranging from virually 0 to unaccepatble
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Umberto Maggiore 12 Apr 17
Replying to @NephJC
Studies comes from Norway, US, and Canada, no African Europeans f-up so far
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Umberto Maggiore 12 Apr 17
Replying to @brzoskos @UMaggiore
agree but the other story stems from rats predisposed to FSGS and almost complete renal mass ablation
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Umberto Maggiore 12 Apr 17
There is evidence that hyperfiltraton in the remaining kidney does not lead to glomerular hypertension in healthy humans
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Umberto Maggiore 12 Apr 17
In our practice outpatient visits over the first 1-2 months, than yearly lifetime follow-up
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