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FREE COMMUNICATION 31

HALL C   13:15-14:45  

 

Free Communication Session 31

AKI clinical

Chairs: Achim Joerres, Cologne, Germany
             Rafael Ponikvar, Ljubljana, Slovenia

FREE COMMUNICATIONS

TO021
PREVALENCE, AETIOLOGY AND OUTCOME FROM COMMUNITY ACQUIRED ACUTE KIDNEY
INJURY (AKI) IN SUB-SAHARA AFRICA: RESULTS OF THE MALAWI AKI STUDY (MAKIST)
Rhys Evans1, Ulla Hemmilä1, Alison Craik1, Mwayi Mtekateka1, Fergus Hamilton1, Zuze Kawale1, Hamish Dobbie2, Gavin Dreyer3, 1Queen Elizabeth Central Hosp, Nephrology, Blantyre, MALAWI, 2Bart’s Health, Nephrology, London, UK, 3Royal Free Hosp, Nephrology, London, UK.

TO022
AKI IS ASSOCIATED WITH SIGNIFICANT DETERIORATION IN RENAL FUNCTION AND PROTEINURIA
WHICH PERSISTS TO THREE YEARS: RESULTS OF A PROSPECTIVE CASE-CONTROL STUDY
Kerry Horne1, Rebecca Packington1, John Monaghan2, Timothy Reilly3, Nitin Kolhe1, Richard Fluck1,
Maarten Taal1,4, Nick Selby1,4, 1Royal Derby Hosp, Dept Renal Medicine, Derby, UK, 2Royal Derby
Hosp, Dept Clinical Biochemistry, Derby, UK, 3Royal Derby Hosp, Dept Informatics, Derby, UK, 4Univ
Nottingham, Centre Kidney Research and Innovation, Derby, UK.

TO023
STOP-AKIPROJECT: A STREAMLINED APPROACH TO AKI MANAGEMENT LEADS TO REDUCTION
OFIN-HOSP MORTALITY, LENGTH OF STAY AND AKI PROGRESSION
Thangavelu Chandrasekar1, Asheesh Sharma2, Peter Chamberlain3, Abraham Abraham2, 1Aintree
Univ Hosp NHSFT, Dept Nephrology, Liverpool, UK, 2Aintree Univ Hosp, Nephrology, Liverpool, UK,
3NHS Southsefton CCG, CCG, Liverpool, UK.

TO024
FLUID OVERLOAD AT THE INITIATION OF RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPY IS ASSOCIATED
WITH LONG-TERM MORTALITY IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY
Masataka Hasegawa1, Daiki Kobayashi2, Takuya Fujimaru1, Takamasa Miyauchi1, Sawako Kobayashi1, Hiroko Hirano1, Hiroyuki Yamamoto1, Yuki Heath1, Miyuki Futatsuyama1, Fumika Taki1, Kazuhiro Aoki3, Masahiko Namahama1, Yasuhiro Komatsu1, 1St.Luke’s International Hosp, Dept Internal Medicine, Div Nephrology, Tokyo, JAPAN, 2St.Luke’s International Hosp, Dept Internal Medicine, Div General Internal Medicine, Tokyo, JAPAN, 3St.Luke’s International Hosp, Dept Critical Care Medicine, Tokyo, JAPAN.

TO025
RISK FACTORS FOR CKD PROGRESSION AFTER ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY
Kerry Horne1, Rebecca Packington1, John Monaghan2, Timothy Reilly3, Nitin Kolhe1, Richard Fluck1,
Maarten Taal1,4, Nick Selby1,4, 1Royal Derby Hosp, Dept Renal Medicine, Derby, UK, 2Royal Derby
Hosp, Dept Clinical Biochemistry, Derby, UK, 3Royal Derby Hosp, Dept Informatics, Derby, UK, 4Univ
Nottingham, Centre Kidney Research and Innovation, Derby, UK.

TO026
THE INCREASING CLINICAL BURDEN OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN NON RENAL SOLID ORGAN
TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS: A 15 YEAR RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS
Vincenzo Cantaluppi1, Alessandro D. Quercia2, Sergio Dellepiane2, Gabriele Guglielmetti1, Alfonso Pacitti3, 1Univ Eastern Piedmont, Translational Medicine, Novara, ITALY, 2Univ Torino, Medical Sciences, Torino, ITALY, 3Cuneo Hosp, Nephrology and Dialysis, Cuneo, ITALY.


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