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ERA-EDTA FLASH is the official ERA-EDTA E-NEWSLETTER

No 156, September 2018

 

Editor in Chief: María José Soler Romeo - Editorial Secretariat: Valentina Cocchi
Newsletter Design: Ilaria Martini

ERA-EDTA Headquarters - Via XXIV Maggio, 38 - 43123 Parma - Italy

 
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Education
Rare Kidney Disease Webinars
The ERA-EDTA Working Group on Inherited Kidney Diseases (WGIKD) and ERKNet, the European Reference Network for Rare Kidney Diseases are happy to present Rare Kidney Disease Webinars, an educational initiative that is freely accessible to all users.

A new Webinar will be held on TUESDAY, September 25, 2018 at 4:00-5:00 pm CET (3:00 pm UK time, 5:00 pm Eastern European time).
Justine Bacchetta (University Hospital Lyon) will present on ‘CKD-MBD – pathophysiology and management'.
Register here, to receive the access link to the Webinar.
Please pay attention to the technical requirements provided with the access link.

If you would like to be notified automatically about future Rare Kidney Disease Webinars, please sign up here for the ERKNet Newsletter.
You can find the schedule for upcoming Webinars and past presentations at www.erknet.org under the ‘Education & Training’ tab.
 
ERA-EDTA 2018 industry symposia
Learn more about the importance of understanding CKD-MBD, recent advances in pathophysiology and management of this disease from the webcasts of two ERA-EDTA 2018 industry symposia

During the 55th ERA-EDTA Congress 2018 in Copenhagen, the following two industry symposia about CKD-MBD supported by Vifor Fresenius Medical Care Renal Pharma and AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals were presented:

  1. Controversies surrounding RAASi treatment and hyperkalaemia in cardio-renal patients (Supported by Vifor Fresenius Medical Care Renal Pharma)
    Topics: “Pathophysiology of recurrent hyperkalaemia”, “RAASi benefits in slowing down kidney function decline” and “New treatment options in hyperkalaemia management”. Find the webcasts and available presentations on the ENP here.

  2. Innovations in CKD: Can K+ Binders and HIF Stabilisers Improve Mr Andersen’s Life? (Supported by AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals)
    Topics: “Chair's introduction: Let's Meet Mr Andersen”, “Is there new hope for managing Mr Andersen’s hyperkalaemia?”, “Can we treat Mr Andersen’s anaemia without increasing cardiovascular risk?” and “Will these innovations improve Mr Andersen’s and other patients’ lives?”. Find the webcasts on the ENP here.

    You can find all available industry symposia in addition to other topics on the ENP here.
 
Research
NDT - Article of the week
The association of calcium oxalate deposition in kidney allografts with graft and patient survival
Calcium oxalate (CaOx) deposition is an under-recognised cause of impaired kidney function. Palsson et al. report that CaOx deposition is both common after kidney transplantation and associated with adverse outcomes (DGF, graft failure and death). The paper is accessible here free of charge until this Sunday at 23.59 (UK time).
Do not miss it!
 
The ERA-EDTA Registry Annual Report 2016 is now available
Would you like to include recent epidemiological information on renal replacement therapy in Europe (incidence, prevalence and patient survival) in your Powerpoint presentation? The ERA-EDTA Registry Annual Report 2016 is the tool for you.
Click here to download it.
 
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Oxford Textbook of Clinical Nephrology
Even more benefits for ERA-EDTA members!
3-month trial to view the Oxford Textbook of Clinical Nephrology.
 
Access the ERA-EDTA Members' Restricted Area and click on "Oxford Textbook of Clinical Nephrology" button to activate the trial (available from September 27, 2018).

Aren’t you an ERA-EDTA member yet? Click here to become one.
 
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