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No 102, April 2017

 
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All the 2017 ERA-EDTA CME Courses are now available on ENP

The full 2017 ERA-EDTA Educational Programme is now available with 18 CME Courses organised all over Europe.

Discover them on ENP, read all the scientific programmes and Travel Grant info.

Click here and have a look at the full list.

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Prof. Denis Fouque (Lyon, France)

Meet the new NDT Editor-in-Chief!

The ERA-EDTA is happy to announce that Prof. Denis Fouque (Lyon, France) officially took over the Editorship of Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation (NDT), the main Association’s Journal, from Prof. Carmine Zoccali (Reggio Calabria, Italy, Editor-in-Chief since 2011). NDT is among the best international publications in nephrology and transplantation and Prof. Fouque is already working intensively on new initiatives to further increase the quality of the Journal. The new Editorial Board and instructions to authors are available online and the first issue under his Editorship will be published in May 2017.

 
ndt and ckj articles

Just published online! Read the latest NDT and CKJ articles

What are the reasons for international differences in estimated CKD prevalence?

Vianda S. Stel and her colleagues from the ERA-EDTA Registry studied the association of risk factors for chronic kidney disease (CKD) and examined potential reasons for international differences in estimated CKD prevalence. They found substantial variation in risk factors for CKD such as in the prevalence of diabetes mellitus, obesity, raised blood pressure, physical inactivity, current smoking and salt intake per day. But differences in CKD prevalence might also be due to heterogeneity in study methods.  The authors conclude that a robust public health approach to reduce risk factors in order to prevent CKD is needed and will have co-benefits for other non-communicable diseases.

How to design a randomized water intake trial in ADPKD?

Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD) is the most common inherited renal disease, affecting 12.5 million people worldwide. There is an urgent need for trials to evaluate the optimal hydration strategy in patients with ADPKD, because many clinicians encourage ADPKD patients to increase their daily water intake to 2–4 L, but there is no existing evidence to support this promotion of high water intake. This study group from Cambridge (United Kingdom) conducted a survey of patients with ADPKD to inform the design of a randomized feasibility trial of high versus standard water intake. In this paper potential barriers and methodological issues of a water intake trial are carefully discussed.

 

Get ready for May Measurement Month!DESCARTES and ERBP publication was top-read paper in the "Transplant Library" 2016!

The International Society of Hypertension and the World Hypertension League are the initiators of May Measurement Month, an initiative that ERA-EDTA endorses and strongly supports. To find out more about this very important awareness campaign, please go to this website http://maymeasure.com/ and, instead, if you should have any questions please write to mmm17@ish-world.com.

 
 
 
 
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