2013; Monography: “Renal Replacement Therapy in Bosnian and Herzegovina 2001-2009” ; Authors: Halima Resić and Enisa Me?ić has been published in 2010.
Latest monography, fifteen years of Bosnia and Herzegovina Renal Registry will be published in the future.
2016; Monography: “Renal Replacement Therapy in Bosnia and Herzegovina 2001-2014”; Authors: Halima Resić and Enisa Me?ić has been published in 2015.
RRT B&H-GENERAL SUMMARY DATA_2002-2016.pdf (https://undt.ba/en_US/registar/godisnji-izvjestaji)
RRT units data, patient identification and social security status data, patient data, including: gender, date of birth, primary renal disease (ERA-EDTA codes), date of start first ever RRT, type of event / treatment, date of event, treatment center, cause of death (ERA-EDTA codes).
Paediatric data included
The Hellenic Renal Registry, started functioning as a national registry (contributing data to the new ERA-EDTA Registry) in 2000, under the Board of Registry Coordination and Control of RRT, which keeps the records of RRT patients from 1986.
Landspitali-The National University Hospital of Iceland, Hringbraut
Registry data presented as oral presentation during the 7th BANTAO Meeting in Ohrid 2006, registry data presented as poster on the ERA-EDTA Congress in Barcelona 2007(at the registry area) and registry data presented during the 8th BANTAO Congress in Belgrade 2007. The project (a population-based study) on the prevalence of stages of CKD in the general population in FYR of Macedonia (SKROBB) completed.
Registry data presented at the Registry Meeting of the ERA-EDTA Congresses in 2009 and 2011.
The registry collects data on all patients receiving RRT for chronic renal failure in Norway. From 2016, the registry also collects data on patients in CKD5 not receiving RRT and also data on all patients from which a kidney biopsy is obtained from the native kidneys.
At start, renal diagnosis (EDTA code), a limited set of comorbidity data, potential eligibility for transplantation, and treatment mode are recorded. Each major change of treatment mode is recorded, cause of death is recorded using EDTA-codes. At start of each year a status report, including a limited set of treatment details, quality parameters and comorbidities/complications during the past treatment year is collected (> 95% compliance).
From 1997 to 2002 aggregated data were collected by center questionnaire and for 2003 and 2004 individual patient data were collected by specially designed software.
Data were regularly submitted to ERA EDTA Registry and published in Section B.
After four year break aggregated data were collected in 2009 and 2010 by center questionnaire and submitted to Section B of ERA EDTA Registry.
Since 2011 individual data are collected and submitted to ERA EDTA Registry to be analyzed and published in Section A of Annual report. In addition, the Annual report of our National Registry is published regularly.
January 1st 1999 – aggregated data from renal centers
January 1st 2005 – individual patient data (for 2004)
The data collected
For ALL RRT patients:
Age, sex, type of RRT, primary renal disease, presence of diabetes mellitus/type 1 or 2, date of the first RRT, dates of changes of type of RRT therapy, transfer from other renal center in previous year, *epoetin therapy in the last week of December: type, dose, route of application
not collected from 2011
For ALL DIALYSIS patients:
The information about being included on the waiting list for cadaveric kidney transplantation
If not included, why:
For ALL HEMODIALYSIS patients:
Type of hemodialysis (BHD, on-line HDF, on-line HF, acetate free biofiltration)
Number of HD sessions per week
Hours on hemodialysis per week
If HF/HDF: volume of infusion (liters), type of infusion (predilutional, postdilutional, combined)
Type of dialyser on the last week of December
Dry body weight on the last week of December (kg)
Blood flow – last week of December (ml/min)
Single needle procedure last week of December:
Vascular access on December 31st:
Temporary (uncuffed)/sylastic (cuffed)
Single lumen/double lumen
For ALL DIALYSIS CENTERS:
Number of prevalent patients on December 31
Number of dialysis stations on December 31
Number of patients “positive” for transmissive disease in the center:
Type of isolation of “positive” patients (separately for HBV pos, HCB pos, MRSA pos):
last in the shift
Number of staff in dialysis centers:
High school nurses
Number and type of hemodialysis monitors
Blood sampling for laboratory values:
The first or midweek dialysis
CRP levels – high sensitivity method
Number of chronic hemodialysis procedures reimbursed from January 1 to December 31
Number of acute hemodialysis procedures reimbursed from January 1 to December 31
Number of patients treated by dialysis for acute kidney injury:
Number of deaths of dialysis patients from January 1 to December 31
Mortality data (cause and data of death, functioning transplant at the moment of death?)
Treatment data (type, waiting list for transplant, cause of change in treatment, type of vascular access, peritonitis, EPO, cold ischaemia of transplanted kidneys, acute tubular necrosis, days of post-transplant HD, immunosuppressant drugs,…)
Clinical data (height, weight, creatinine, cholesterol, triglycerides, serology, albumin,…)
Haemodialysis adequacy (Hb, Kt/V, sessions and hours for dialysis,…)
Donor data (age, gender, cause of death, weight, creatinine, serology,…)
Immunological data (HLA-DR matches, HLA-A matches, HLA-B matches, maximum and final percentage antibodies,…)
Latest annual report
Statistical report of 2017, including an English version, available on the website.