Twitter | Search | |
Nick Inston
Consultant Transplant and Vascular Access Surgeon.
570
Tweets
586
Following
281
Followers
Tweets
Nick Inston 9h
Replying to @Elektra @SocietyAccess
It would be nice and the Golper study hinted at this. The Swedish registry alas showed no diff in PD vs HD planned starters.
Reply Retweet Like
Nick Inston retweeted
Otto English Jun 13
Just listen to Johnson in this 2017 interview collapsing completely when asked a simple question. It's excruciating.
Reply Retweet Like
Nick Inston Jun 13
No 1 - you two - lots of this is not appropriate for Twitter 🤐. No 2. Evidence based risk stratification for transplantation should be nephrologist based at referral. Please get your practice in order. You can’t even agree on prep testing. 3. Behave 🤫
Reply Retweet Like
Nick Inston Jun 13
interesting to stratify the qehb list this way. What you think the % would be?
Reply Retweet Like
Nick Inston Jun 13
What are they looking for?
Reply Retweet Like
Nick Inston Jun 12
Can you DM e-mail addresses and I will put together some collaborative ideas. This is great brainstorm and we can create some evidence if we work together
Reply Retweet Like
Nick Inston retweeted
VascularAccessSociety Jun 12
What advice do you give for managing fistula bleeding?
Reply Retweet Like
Nick Inston Jun 12
Most patients who don’t have space are thankful when we take out their kidneys. Septic focus, pain, compressive symptoms. Organomegaly is associated with multiple comorbidities alone
Reply Retweet Like
Nick Inston Jun 12
I’ve heard that from a few surgeons. Also “do the nephrectomy at the time of transplant” and “... do a partial nephrectomy”. (I suspect in all cases that patients are referred elsewhere to someone who does do PCK nephrectomy...)🤔
Reply Retweet Like
Nick Inston Jun 11
Tess would you be interested in a surgical collaborative research group for APCKD?
Reply Retweet Like
Nick Inston Jun 11
I think this highlights the lack of evidence and need for collaborative working - we have a decent data set and I am sure the APCKD charity will be supportive of a surgical collaborative. Anyone in?
Reply Retweet Like
Nick Inston Jun 11
Throw in vitamin D, Epo and a bit of BP regulation. Avoid the filtration and fluid bits they get complicated!
Reply Retweet Like
Nick Inston Jun 11
Good work and important data. Did you look at post nephrectomy hypotension? There has been a trend towards unilateral nephrectomy to avoid lowBP
Reply Retweet Like
Nick Inston Jun 8
Isn’t he in charge of the NHS? Probably better to focus on before the whole thing collapses!
Reply Retweet Like
Nick Inston Jun 6
One of the greats gone. True individual
Reply Retweet Like
Nick Inston Jun 6
Medical training is a tragedy waiting to happen. We shouldn’t be silent about it | Doctors | The Guardian
Reply Retweet Like
Nick Inston Jun 6
Might be a good review / editorial for JVA? e.g. along the lines of saving the vein in oncology and haematology patients at risk of ESRD
Reply Retweet Like
Nick Inston Jun 6
What are your criteria for using? Aneurysm size or flow limitation ?
Reply Retweet Like
Nick Inston Jun 6
Really interesting technique. Please keep good follow up data and publish.
Reply Retweet Like
Nick Inston retweeted
Quality First Jun 6
AKI awareness & education trolley continued it’s tour of wards today hundreds of staff now better informed about acute kidney injury thank you so much to everyone involved in making a difference that will benefit patients, staff & our wider community
Reply Retweet Like