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52nd ERA-EDTA Congress

 

28-31 May 2015 London
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  1-FP EFFECT OF SODIUM ZIRCONIUM CYCLOSILICATE (ZS-9) ON URINARY POTASSIUM AND SODIUM: AN ANALYSIS OF THE PHASE 3 RANDOMIZED, DOUBLE-BLIND, PLACEBO-CONTROLLED HARMONIZE STUDY Kevin Lee Received Received
  3-FP ACHIEVEMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF NORMOKALAEMIA IN PATIENTS WITH NON-DIALYSIS STAGE 5 CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Kevin Lee Received Received
  4-FP HYPOKALEMIC PERIODIC PARALYSIS - A RARE PRESENTATION OF DISTAL RENAL TUBULAR ACIDOSIS IN SJOGRENS SYNDROME SHANKAR PRASAD NAGARAJU Received Received
  5-SP EFFECTS OF TRANSTHYRETIN STABILIZER-TAFAMIDIS ON ATTR AMYLOIDOSIS RENAL DAMAGE: PERSISTENT REDUCTION OF ALBUMINURIA Ana Rocha Received Received
  6-SP FAMILY-BASED LINKAGE ANALYSIS AND FULL EXOME SEQUENCING FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF POTENTIAL RISK VARIANTS IN IGA NEPHROPATHY Sharon N. Cox Received Received
  6-FP HYPONATREMIA AS A RISK FACTOR FOR FRACTURES: A META ANALYSIS Philippe Braconnier Received Received
  7-FP EFFICACY OF SODIUM ZIRCONIUM CYCLOSILICATE (ZS-9) INCREASES WITH SEVERITY OF HYPERKALAEMIA: SUBGROUP ANALYSIS OF PATIENTS STRATIFIED BY BASELINE POTASSIUM IN THE PHASE 3 HARMONIZE STUDY Kevin Lee Received Received
  8-FP ACHIEVEMENT OF NORMAL SERUM POTASSIUM WITH SODIUM ZIRCONIUM CYCLOSILICATE (ZS-9) IN A SUBGROUP OF PATIENTS WITH STAGE 4/5 CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE AND BASELINE POTASSIUM =5.5 MMOL/L FROM THE PHASE 3 RANDOMIZED, DOUBLE-BLIND, PLACEBO-CONTROLLED HARMONIZE Kevin Lee Received Received
  8-SP TRASCRIPTOME NEXT GENERATION SEQUENCING (NGS) FROM FORMALIN-FIXED, PARAFFIN-EMBEDDED (FFPE) KIDNEY BIOPSIES IS FEASIBLE ystein Solberg Eikrem Received Received
  9-SP LOSS OF KIDNEY PROGENITOR CELLS IN URINE OF CYSTINOSIS PATIENTS Fanny Oliveira Arcolino Received Received
  10-FP MAINTENANCE OF NORMAL SERUM POTASSIUM WITH SODIUM ZIRCONIUM CYCLOSILICATE (ZS-9) IN SUBGROUP OF PATIENTS WITH HISTORY OF CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE AND ON RAAS INHIBITORS FROM THE PHASE 3 RANDOMIZED, DOUBLE-BLIND, PLACEBO-CONTROLLED HARMONIZE STUDY Kevin Lee Received Received
  10-SP CLINICAL AND GENETIC ANALYSIS OF A COHORT OF ENGLISH CYSTINURIA PATIENTS Hannah Rhodes Received Received
  11-SP SERUM IGA1 HINGE REGION O-GLYCOSYLATION IS A HERITABLE TRAIT IN CAUCASIANS Karen Molyneux Received Received
  13-FP QUANTITATIVE PROTEOMICS BY SWATH-MS REVEALS AN ENDOSOMAL TRANSPORT HUB OF PROTEINS WHICH INTERACT WITH TG2 IN A MODEL OF EXPERIMENTAL KIDNEY FIBROSIS Giulia Furini Received Received
  13-SP IDIOPATHIC RENAL HYPOURICEMIA: IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF SLC22A12 MUTATIONS IN SPANISH PATIENTS Felix Claverie-Martin Received Received
  14-FP IDENTIFICATION OF ANGIOTENSIN PEPTIDES MODULATING THE HARMFUL EFFECTS OF ANG II IN CHRONIC RENAL FAILURE Joachim Jankowski Received Received
  15-FP KLOTHO ATTENUATES PARATHYROID HORMONE SIGNALLING Tsuneo Takenaka Received Received
  15-SP COMPOUND HETEROZYGOUS MUTATIONS IN AMNIONLESS CAUSE IMERSLUND-GRSBECK SYNDROME IN TWO HALF-SISTERS. Emma Montgomery Received Received
  16-FP PARICALCITOL INHIBITED ALDOSTERONE-INDUCED PROINFLAMMATORY FACTORS BY MODULATING EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR RECEPTOR PATHWAY IN CULTURED TUBULAR EPITHELIAL CELLS Jose Luis Morgado Received Received
  17-FP HIGHLY SENSITIVE, SELECTIVE AND RAPID LC MS METHOD FOR SIMULTANEOUS QUANTIFICATION OF DIADENOSINE POLYPHOSPHATES IN HUMAN PLASMA Prathibha Reddy Gajjala Received Received
  18-FP MTOR INHIBITORS PROMOTE AUTOPHAGIC NOT APOPTOTIC CELL DEATH IN PROXIMAL TUBULAR RENAL CELLS, VIA P75NTR ACTIVATION Renzo Bonofiglio Received Received
  18-SP CHARACTERISATION OF A C3 MUTATION WITH INCREASED RESISTANCE TO COMPLEMENT REGULATION IN AN INDIVIDUAL WITH RECURRENT C3GN IN A RENAL TRANSPLANT Edwin Wong Received Received
  19-FP EFFECT IN VITRO OF CALCITRIOL AND CALCIDIOL ON TLR7, TLR9, IL-6 AND IFN-Y EXPRESSION OF LYMPHOCYTES FROM HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS INCUBATED WITH UREMIC SERUM José Tarcísio Giffoni de Carvalho Received Received
  21-SP A GENOMIC ANALYSIS OF MONOZYGOTIC TWINS DISCORDANT FOR THE EXPRESSION OF MEGAURETER USING THE WHOLE EXOME TECHNIQUE Augusto Cesar Soares dos Santos Junior Received Received
  22-SP EVALUATION OF VENTRICULAR REPOLARIZATION IN FAMILIAL MEDITERRANEAN FEVER PATIENTS WITH/WITHOUT AMYLOIDOSIS Ekrem Kara Received Received
  23-SP MUTATIONS IN INFANTIL NEPHROTIC SYNDROME AND WORSE PROGNOSTIC RESULTS OF E117K POLYMORPHISM IN NPHS1 ebru Y&305;lmaz Received Received
  23-FP NON CANONICAL NFKB ACTIVATION PROMOTES EXPRESSION OF CCL21 IN PODOCYTES Maria Dolores Sanchez-Niño Received Received
  24-FP ADIPONECTIN SECRETED BY TUBULAR RENAL CELLS MEDIATES THE CELLULAR INFLAMMATORY DAMAGE LPS-INDUCED IN AN AUTOCRINE DEPENDENT-MANNER Anna Perri Received Received
  24-SP MURINE RECOMBINANT ACE2 ATTENUATES KIDNEY INJURY IN EXPERIMENTAL ALPORTS SYNDROME (AS) eun hui bae Received Received
  25-SP ATYPICAL HEMOLYTIC UREMIC SYNDROME TARGETED RE-SEQUENCING STUDY IN A SOUTH ITALIAN COHORT OF PATIENTS Matteo Accetturo Received Received
  26-SP ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ANDERSON-FABRY DISEASE CLINICAL SEVERITY AND HIGH-SENSITIVITY TROPONIN-T LEVELS Federico Pieruzzi Received Received
  28-SP CAVEOLIN-1 POLYMORPHISM ASSOCIATION WITH ARTERIAL STIFFNESS IN NON-DIALYSIS CKD Sourabh Chand Received Received
  28-FP NERVE GROWTH FACTOR EXPOSURE PROMOTES TUBULAR EPITHELIAL-MESENCHYMAL-TRANSITION VIA TGF1 SIGNALING ACTIVATION Renzo Bonofiglio Received Received
  29-SP SENIOR-LOKEN SYNDROME: ABOUT TWO CASES Amina Izem Received Received
  29-FP LAMINAR SHEAR STRESS REDUCES HYALURONAN MEDIATED MOTILITY RECEPTOR (HMMR) EXPRESSION IN GLOMERULAR ENDOTHELIAL CELLS WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR CELL MOTILITY Hesham Elhegni Received Received
  30-SP HNF1B WHOLE-GENE DELETIONS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH AUTISTIC TRAITS Rhian Clissold Received Received
  30-FP BMP9 INDUCES A FIBROTIC PHENOTYPE THROUGH ALK1 AND ALK5 RECEPTORS. Jose M Lopez-Novoa Received Received
  31-FP EFFECTS OF INHIBITION OF CLAUDIN-2, ZO-1, AND OCCLUDIN EXPRESSION ON PARACELLULAR PERMEABILITY IN HK-2 CELLS Gheun-Ho Kim Received Received
  31-SP SCREENING FABRY DISEASE IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE WITHOUT RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPY: PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF A MULTICENTER STUDY Yavuz Yenicerioglu Received Received
  33-SP PLASMA HOMOCYSTEINE LEVELS AS A PREDICTOR OF PRE-ECLAMPSIA IN PREGNANCY Sohan Shah Received Received
  34-SP CLINICAL AND MOLECULAR GENETIC CORRELATIONS IN FAMILIES WITH UMOD VARIANTS Michael Kelly Received Received
  34-FP MEMBRANE-BOUND ACE AND ACE MRNA TRANSCRIPTS IN MONOCYTE SUBSETS OF HD PATIENTS Christof Ulrich Received Received
  35-SP IDENTIFICATION AND FUNCTIONAL STUDY OF A HETEROZYGOUS MISSENSE MUTATION IN UMOD GENE IN AN ITALIAN FAMILY AFFECTED BY MEDULLARY CYSTIC KIDNEY DISEASE TYPE II. Renzo Bonofiglio Received Received
  36-FP OXIDATIVE STRESS IN CKD PATIENTS WITH URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS Voineagu Lavinia Received Received
  36-SP THE FREQUENCY OF MEFV GENE MUTATIONS IN AUTOSOMAL DOMINANT POLYCYSTIC KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS Alpaslan Altunoglu Received Received
  38-SP IGA1-PROTEASE TREATMENT CLEARS MESANGIAL DEPOSITS AND AMELIORATES SYMPTOMS IN A HUMANIZED MOUSE MODEL OF IGA NEPHROPATHY Sebastian Lechner Received Received
  39-FP STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF SOURCE OF MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS ON CISPLATIN-INDUCED ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN SPRAGUE DAWELEY RATS Rehab Ashour Received Received
  39-SP THERAPEUTIC ANGIOGENESIS IN RENAL ARTERY STENOSIS: INTRA-THERAPY USING A BIOPOLYMER-DELIVERED VEGF CONSTRUCT AMELIORATES MICROVASCULAR DAMAGE AND RENAL DYSFUNCTION Alejandro Chade Received Received
  41-SP THE USE OF BIOINFORMATICS TO INVESTIGATE THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN HEPATITIS C AND RHEUMATOID FACTOR IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF MIXED CRYOGLOBULINAEMIA Paul Rylance Received Received
  42-FP AUXIN INDUCES CELL PROLIFERATION IN AN EXPERIMENTAL MODEL OF MAMMALIAN RENAL TUBULAR EPITHELIAL CELLS Valeria Cernaro Received Received
  42-SP FREQUENCY OF T-CELL MEDIATED REJECTION IN NEW ONSET DIABETES AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION Bernadett Borda Received Received
  43-SP AUTOPHAGY-MEDIATED DELIVERY OF TISSUE FACTOR ON NEUTROPHIL EXTRACELLULAR TRAPS MAY PROMOTE KIDNEY INJURY IN SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS ELENI FRANGOU Received Received
  43-FP IMPACT OF HEMODIAFILTRATION ON THE CONCENTRATION OF SOLUBLE ST2 AND NT-PROBNP IN SERUM SAMPLES OF THE PATIENTS WITH END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE ekart robert Received Received
  44-SP MICRO-RNA REGULATED INTERACTIONS BETWEEN PODOCYTES AND GLOMERULAR BASEMENT MEMBRANE IN PROTEINURIC KIDNEY DISEASES Janina Mller-Deile Received Received
  44-FP COMPARISON OF TWO ASSAYS OF FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR 23 IN RELATION TO RANGES OF ESTIMATED GLOMERULAR FILTRATION RATE (eGFR) IN ELDERLY POPULATION Jerzy Chudek Received Received
  45-FP DIET HIGHLY INFLUENCES THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEPHROPATHY IN A MOUSE MODEL OF GLYCOGEN STORAGE DISEASE TYPE Ia Fabienne RAJAS Received Received
  46-FP URINE AS SOURCE OF UNDIFFERENTIATED KIDNEY CELLS FOR PODOCYTE REPLACEMENT Fanny Oliveira Arcolino Received Received
  46-SP AN IN VITRO MODEL OF THE GLOMERULUS Jack Tuffin Received Received
  47-FP URINARY PROTEOMIC BIOMARKERS, A POWERFUL TOOL FOR PROGNOSIS OF AUTOSOMAL DOMINANT POLYCYSTIC KIDNEY DISEASE PROGRESSION Martin Pejchinovski Received Received
  47-SP ORAL TREATMENT WITH PBI-4547, A NOVEL FIRST-IN-CLASS ANTI-DIABETIC AND ANTI-FIBROTIC COMPOUND, IMPROVES GLOMERULAR FUNCTION AND PREVENTS PODOCYTE INJURY IN THE DIABETIC DB/DB MOUSE MODEL Brigitte Grouix Received Received
  48-FP DIETARY PROTEIN LOADING MODULATES DISEASE PROGRESSION IN AN ORTHOLOGOUS MOUSE MODEL OF ADPKD. Junya Yamamoto Received Received
  49-SP EXOSOMES DERIVED FROM MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS PREVENT FIBROSIS IN A MURINE MODEL OF UNILATERAL URETERAL OBSTRUCTION Michelle ELIAS Received Received
  49-FP AN EFFICIENT AND COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGY FOR GENETIC DIAGNOSTICS OF POLYCYSTIC KIDNEY DISEASE Carsten Bergmann Received Received
  50-SP PARICALCITOL EXERTS ANTI-INFLAMMATORY EFFECTS IN EXPERIMENTAL MODELS OF RENAL DAMAGE BY THE MODULATION OF THE NON CANONICAL NF-?B PATHWAY. Sandra Rayego Received Received
  51-SP EXOSOMAL SHUTTLE RNA IN URINARY EXTRACELLULAR VESICLES AS BIOMARKER OF CLEAR CELL RENAL CELL CARCINOMA Giuseppe De Palma Received Received
  53-FP PKD1 AND PKD2 MUTATION ANALYSIS IN 90 UNRELATED ITALIAN PEDIGREES WITH AUTOSOMAL DOMINANT POLYCYSTIC KIDNEY DISEASE (ADPKD): SANGER SEQUENCING VS NEXT GENERATION SEQUENCING (NGS). Sterpeta Diella Received Received
  53-SP CLINICAL, PROGNOSTIC AND PATHOGENETIC ROLE OF ANTIPLA2R ANTIBODIES IN MEMBRANOUS NEPHROPATHY-ASSOCIATED PODOCYTE DYSFUNCTION Alberto Mella Received Received
  54-SP ABNORMAL METHYLATED DNA REGIONS INDICATE AN ATYPICAL RESPONSE OF THE CD4 T CELLS IN IGA NEPHROPATHY PATIENTS Fabio Sallustio Received Received
  54-FP PHENOTYPIC ANALYSIS OF A COHORT OF PATIENTS WITH HEPATOCYTE NUCLEAR FACTOR 1 BETA (HNF1b) MUTATIONS. Emma Montgomery Received Received
  55-SP DIAGNOSTIC VALUE OF PHOSPHOLIPASE A2 RECEPTOR, IGG4, ALDOSE REDUCTASE AND SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE IN DETERMINATION OF PRIMARY VERSUS SECONDARY MEMBRANOUS GLOMERULONEPHRITIS. Dae Eun Choi Received Received
  56-SP Angiotensin forming enzymes in healthy kidneys mouse vs. man Christopher Kaltenecker Received Received
  56-FP Does polyuria associated with vasopressin V2 receptor antagonismresult in an increased ureter diameter in ADPKD patients? Lianne Messchendorp Received Received
  58-FP THE BURDEN OF TOLVAPTAN TREATMENT FOR AUTOSOMAL DOMINANT POLYCYSTIC KIDNEY DISEASE (ADPKD) SATORU MUTO Received Received
  59-SP CTGF SILENCING SUPPRESSES LYMPHANGIOGENESIS IN KIDNEY DISEASE Hiroshi Kinashi Received Received
  59-FP THE CARDIOVASCULAR EVENTS IN AUTOSOMAL DOMINANT POLYCYSTIC KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS IN TAIWAN Ping-Hsun Wu Received Received
  60-FP SERUM VITAMIN D LEVELS AND EXPRESSION OF VITAMIN D RECEPTOR (VDR) IN PATIENTS WITH AUTOSOMAL DOMINANT POLYCYSTIC KIDNEY DISEASE(ADPKD). Larissa Collis Vendramini Received Received
  61-FP Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease does not in itself appear to cause thrombocytopenia Stella Setyapranata Received Received
  62-FP PERCUTANEOUS SCLEROTHERAPY VERSUS LAPAROSCOPIC CYST ABLATION FOR GIANT, SYMPTOMATIC RENAL CYSTS Liliana Tuta Received Received
  63-SP ELUCIDATING THE MECHANISM OF HYPOXIA-INDUCIBLE FACTOR 1 (HIF-1) REGULATION IN KIDNEY Junna Yamaguchi Received Received
  64-SP ROLE OF PROSTAGLANDIN E2 RECEPTOR EP4 IN NEPHROTOXIC SERUM NEPHRITIS Ida Aringer Received Received
  65-FP THE AVERAGE AREAS OF GLOMERULAR PROFILES IN DIFFERENT CORTICAL ZONES DURING HUMAN FETAL KIDNEY DEVELOPMENT Marija Bjelakovic Received Received
  65-SP THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF GEVOKIZUMAB, AN ANTI-IL1 MAB, IN A MOUSE MODEL OF ANTI-GBM GLOMERULONEPHRITIS Thiago Maciel Received Received
  66-SP CONDITIONED MEDIA FROM HUMAN MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS CONTRIBUTE T RENAL REPAIR IN ANTI-GBM GLOMERULONEPHRITIS IN WKY RATS. ken iseri Received Received
  66-FP BODY COMPOSITION MEASUREMENTS USING BIOIMPEDANCE ANALYSIS IN AUTOSOMAL DOMINANT POLYCYSTIC KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS TREATED WITH TOLVAPTAN. MINORU MAKITA Received Received
  67-FP ADPKD DIAGNOSIS IN EUROPE: PATIENT REPORTS OF SYMPTOMS AT RECOGNITION AND POST DIAGNOSIS SUPPORT Michael Smith Received Received
  68-SP Changes in the Tubular Proteome of 2K1C Hypertensive Rats Kenneth Finne Received Received
  69-FP ADPKD IS A BARRIER TO EMPLOYMENT IN EUROPE Michael Smith Received Received
  69-SP COMPARATIVE EXPRESSION OF PAX 2 AND OCT 4 IN FETAL, NORMAL ADULT AND GLOMERULONEPHRITIC KIDNEYS Gordana Petrushevska Received Received
  70-SP E. COLI O104:H4 INDUCED HUS-OUTBREAK IN GERMANY 2011: SYMPTOMS AND CLINICAL COURSE Jan Beneke Received Received
  70-FP SIGNIFICANCE OF HISTONE ACETYLATION IN VASCULAR REMODELING OF RENAL ARTERIOLES INDUCED BY DOCA-SALT LOADING IN MICE Hiroyuki Inoue Received Received
  72-SP PROGNOSTIC VALUE OF PRESEPSIN IN PREDICTING ADVERSE RENAL OUTCOMES AND DEATH IN CARDIOSURGICAL PATIENTS Alessandra Brocca Received Received
  73-FP HIGH SALT EXACERBATES PROGRAMMED HYPERTENSION IN MATERNAL FRUCTOSE-FED MALE OFFSPRING You-Lin Tain Received Received
  74-SP TERTIARY LYMPHOID ORGANS FORM DURING THE LONG TERM COURSE OF MURINE GLOMERULONEPHRITIS Corinna Schabhttl Received Received
  75-FP SEVERE HYPERTENSION DURING RAT PREGNANCY ALTERS PLACENTAL DEVELOPMENT AND FETAL GROWTH Gabriela Barrientos Received Received
  75-SP ELUCIDATION OF THE MECHANISM OF TUBULO-INTERSTITIAL INJURY IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE BY USE OF NEWLY DEVELOPED CHRONIC RENAL ISCHEMIA MODEL Fujii Kentaro Received Received
  76-SP IG G4 RELATED DISEASE: A WIDE SPECTRUM OF DISEASE OF NEPHROLOGICAL INTEREST Claudio Musetti Received Received
  77-SP INFLUENCE OF VASCULAR LESIONS IN RENAL BIOPSY IN ANTINEUTROPHIL CYTOPLASMIC ANTIBODY ASSOCIATED GLOMERULONEPHRITIS Imane Guermah Received Received
  77-FP COMPARISON OF EARLY EFFECTS BETWEEN REST AND ANTIHYPERTENSIVE MEDICATION IN PATIENTS WITH HYPERTENSIVE URGENCY AT EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT ENTRY Dong-Young Lee Received Received
  78-FP ARTERIAL STIFFNESS MISMATCH IN PREDIALYSIS CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Yulia Kotovskaya Received Received
  79-SP CD44 EXPRESSION IN SERUM AND KIDNEY CORRELATES WITH DISEASE ACTIVITY IN LUPUS NEPHRITIS Tak Mao Chan Received Received
  80-SP DIETARY INTAKE OF HIGH CALORIES AND HIGH PHOSPHATE PROMOTES RENAL LESIONS IN RATS Ana Isabel Raya Received Received
  80-FP COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF ANGIOTENSIN-CONVERTING ENZYME INHIBITORS VERSUS ANGIOTENSIN RECEPTOR BLOCKERS FOR MAJOR RENAL OUTCOMES: A 15-YEAR NATIONWIDE COHORT STUDY Hon-Yen Wu Received Received
  81-FP RAS INHIBITORS IMPROVE LONG TERM RENAL SURVIVAL IN MALIGNANT HYPERTENSIVE NEPHROSCLEROSIS Peng Xia Received Received
  81-SP MCP-2/CCR8 AXIS IS ACTIVATED IN EXPERIMENTAL RENAL AND VASCULAR INFLAMMATION. OREJUDO DEL RÍO MACARENA Received Received
  82-SP HIGH THROUGHPUT PYROSEQUENCING ANALYSIS OF UREMIC TOXINS PRODUCING GUT MICROBIOTA Mami Kikuchi Received Received
  83-FP TREATMENT OF HYPERURICEMIA WITH ALLOPURINOL IN RESISTANT HYPERTENSIVE PREDIALYSIS CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS HAVE ADDITIONAL POSITIVE EFFECTS ON BLOOD PRESSURE AND RENAL FUNCTION Ingrid Prka&269;in Received Received
  84-FP KIDNEY DYSFUNCTION UNDERLIES LEFT VENTRICULAR HYPERTROPHY IN TREATED HYPERTENSION Tsuneo Takenaka Received Received
  84-SP CARDIOTROPHIN-1 IS INVOLVED IN RENAL FIBROSIS DEVELOPMENT Jose M Lopez-Novoa Received Received
  85-FP THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT ANTIHYPERTENSIVE TREATMENT PROTOCOLES ON OXIDANT-ANTIOXIDANT SYSTEMS IN TYPE 2 DIABETIC PATIENTS WITH MICROALBUMINURIA AND STAGE 1 HYPERTENSION Abdulmecit Yildiz Received Received
  85-SP CHRONIC HYPERGLYCEMIA ACTIVATE AUTHOPHAGY THROUGH AN INCREASED K63 LINKED UBIQUITINATION: A CANDIDATE PATHOGENIC MECHANISM IN THE PROGRESSION OF TUBULAR DAMAGE IN DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY Paola Pontrelli Received Received
  86-FP COMPARISON OF ARTERIAL STIFFNESS INDEXES BETWEEN THE DAYS OF THE LONG INTERDIALYTIC INTERVAL IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS. Georgios Koutroumpas Received Received
  86-SP GLYCOSILATION PROFILE OF IMMUNOGLOBULIN G IN EARLY CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Clara Barrios Received Received
  87-FP MANAGEMENT OF RESISTANT HYPERTENSION: ALDOSTERONE ANTAGONISTS OR INTENSIFICATION OF DIURETIC THERAPY? Ursula Verdalles Received Received
  88-FP COMBINATION OF URINE PH AND FEMALE GENDER FOR SCREENING PRIMARY ALDOSTERONISM IN NEWLY DIAGNOSED HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS Tomohisa Yamashita Received Received
  89-SP END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE ASSOCIATED WITH METABOLIC SYNDROME: A STUDY OF BIOMARKERS UTILIZING BIOCHIP ARRAY PROFILING METHODS Vinod Bansal Received Received
  90-SP THE LYSINE METHYLTRANSFERASE SET9 IS CRITICAL FOR TGF B-1 SIGNALLING AND WOUND HEALING IN FIBROSIS ian logan Received Received
  92-SP RED BLOOD CELLS FOUND IN THE URINE: PROPOSED DIAGNOSTIC PROTOCOLS TO UNVEIL THEIR ORIGIN DIMOSTHENIS STAMOPOULOS Received Received
  92-FP CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF APPARENT TREATMENT-RESISTANT HYPERTENSION IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS EVALUATED BY 24 HOUR AMBULATORY BLOOD PRESSURE MONITORING Biljana Gerasimovska Kitanovska Received Received
  93-FP CARDIAC VALVE CALCIFICATION IS RELATED TO ARTERIAL STIFFNESS MISMATCH IN PREDIALYSIS CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Yulia Kotovskaya Received Received
  93-SP RENAL INJURY IN NAFLD-NON ALCOHOLIC FATTY LIVER DISEASE MARIA TEREZINHA VANNUCCHI Received Received
  94-FP RENALASE AND CATECHOLAMINES IN ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH HYPERTENSION IN RELATION TO KIDNEY FUNCTION. Edyta Zbroch Received Received
  94-SP ROLES OF ALPHA-TUBULIN IN RENAL TUBULAR EPITHELIAL CELL FOR CELL VIABILITY, PROLIFERATION, TISSUE REPAIR AND CRYSTAL ADHESION IN CALCIUM OXALATE KIDNEY STONE DISEASE Visith Thongboonkerd Received Received
  95-FP WORLD KIDNEY DAY: FIVE YEAR ANALYSIS OF HEALTH AWARENESS EVENTS IN UK Sohan Shah Received Received
  95-SP COMPARATIVE EXPRESSION OF FIBROBLASTIC MARKERS IN THE INTERSTITIUM OF FETAL, NORMAL ADULT AND GLOMERULONEPHRITIC KIDNEYS Ladislava Grchevska Received Received
  97-FP ANTHROPOMETRIC INDICATORS AND HYPERTENSION IN ITALIAN YOUNG ADULTS FROM THE WORD KIDNEY DAYS 2010 - 2011 Yuri Battaglia Received Received
  98-FP THE IMPACT OF ORAL L-ARGININE ON BLOOD PRESSURE CONTROL AND ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION IN HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS COMBINED WITH RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS AND RENAL DYSFUNCTION Oksana Sirenko Received Received
  99-FP ALBUMINURIA, RENAL RESISTIVE INDEX AND AMBULATORY ARTERIAL STIFFNESS INDEX ARE USEFUL IN RECOGNIZING HYPERTENSIVE NEPHROPATHY Arkadiusz Lubas Received Received
  99-SP DISTRIBUTION OF GLOMERULAR DEPOSITS OF IGG SUBCLASSES IN PARAFFIN EMBEDDED RENAL BIOPSY SPECIMENS OF LUPUS NEPHRITIS AND IDIOPATHIC MEMBRANOUS NEPHROPATHY Eiichi Sato Received Received
  100-FP DIETARY ACID LOAD, KIDNEY FUNCTION, CHANGES IN BLOOD PRESSURE AND HYPERTENSION INCIDENCE IN COMMUNITY DWELLING ELDERLY MEN DESIREE LUIS RODRIGUEZ Received Received
  101-FP IMPACT OF RENAL DENERVATION ON ARTERIAL PRESSURE PROFILE AND TARGET ORGAN LESION MARKERS OF RESISTANT HYPERTENSION PATIENTS Patrícia Branco Received Received
  101-SP PRO APOPTOTIC AND PRO INFLAMMATORY EFFECTS OF PLASMA OF PATIENTS WITH CARDIORENAL SYNDROME TYPE 1 ON HUMAN RENAL TUBULAR EPITHELIAL CELLS Alessandra Brocca Received Received
  102-SP ORAL TREATMENT WITH PBI-4050 REDUCES KIDNEY FIBROSIS Lyne Gagnon Received Received
  102-FP IS THERE AN AGE INFLUENCE ON RENALASE AND CATECHOLAMINES CONCENTRATION IN PATIENTS WITH HYPERTENSION? Edyta Zbroch Received Received
  104-SP PATTERN OF RENAL INJURIES AMONG PATIENTS OF HEPATITIS B AND C INFECTION. Zara Nisar Received Received
  104-FP LOW SERUM 25-HYDROXY VITAMIN D3 MAY REFLECT INCREASED PLATELET AND INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY IN PATIENTS ON DIALYSIS THERAPY Bennur Esen Received Received
  105-SP RESVERATROL AMELIORATES RENAL DAMAGE, INCREASES EXPRESSION OF HEME OXYGENASE-1, AND HAS ANTI-COMPLEMENT, ANTI-OXIDATIVE, AND ANTI-APOPTOTIC EFFECTS VIA AMPK AND NRF2 SIGNALING IN A MURINE MODEL OF MEMBRANOUS NEPHROPATHY Chia-Chao Wu Received Received
  105-FP THE EFFECT OF ANTIHYPERTENSIVE DRUGS ON ESTIMATED GLOMERULAR FILTRATION RATE OF HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS DURING FOLLOW-UP ANASTASIA PTINOPOULOU Received Received
  107-FP ASSOCIATION OF BRAIN-DERIVED NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR WITH PSYCHOSOMATIC DISORDERS IN HYPERTENESIVE PATIENTS Judit Hodrea Received Received
  107-SP TRANSFORMING GROWTH FACTOR-1 PROMOTES PODOCYTE MIGRATION THROUGH IMPAIRMENT OF INTEGRIN-1 GLYCOSYLATION BY MAP KINASES PATHWAY Chien-An Chen Received Received
  108-FP RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN URIC ACID NEPHROLITHIASIS AND OBESITY Ileana PERIDE Received Received
  109-SP PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF UNCONVENTIONAL T CELLS IN RENAL CELL CARCINOMA (RCC) PATIENTS. Margherita Gigante Received Received
  110-SP REDUCED URINARY ALDOSTERONE IN PRE-ECLAMPSIA, SUPERIMPOSED PRE-ECLAMPSIA COMPARED TO STANDARD- AND HIGH-RISK PREGNANT WOMEN Hiten Mistry Received Received
  111-FP PRIMARY HYPERPARATHYROIDISM (PHPT): RETROSPECTIVE STUDY OF 272 PATIENTS PARATHYROIDECTOMIZED Florencio García-Martín Received Received
  112-FP THE PROTEASOME TO IMMUNOPROTEASOME SWITCH IN IGA NEPHROPATHY AND ITS GENETIC CONTROL: A POST-VALIGA EUROPEAN RESEARCH STUDY. LICIA PERUZZi Received Received
  112-SP RENAL BIOPSY AND ITS POTENTIAL TO MODIFY TREATMENT IN THE ELDERLY - RESULTS OF A CENTER Daniela Lopes Received Received
  113-FP DIFFERENTIAL ALTERATION IN PERIPHERAL T REGULATORY AND T EFFECTOR CELLS WITH CHANGE IN P GLYCOPROTEIN EXPRESSION IN CHILDHOOD NEPHROTIC SYNDROME A LONGITUDINAL STUDY Akhilesh Jaiswal Received Received
  113-SP IMAGING FATTY KIDNEY USING PROTON MR SPECTROSCOPY: VALIDATION BY PORCINE KIDNEY BIOPSIES Jacqueline Jonker Received Received
  114-SP SECONDARY AMYLOIDOSIS WITH RENAL INVOLVEMENT AND HISTOPATHOLOGIC CORRELATION. LONG TERM FOLLOW-UP RESULTS Zeynep Kendi Celebi Received Received
  115-FP REMISSION INDUCTION IN MEMBRANOUS GLOMERULONEPHRITIS - A COMPARATIVE CASE SERIES OF A NEW RESCUE THERAPY WITH PLASMAPHERESIS AND RITUXIMAB IN HIGH-RISK PATIENTS COMPARED TO STANDARD REGIMENS Janina Mller-Deile Received Received
  115-SP ANALYSIS OF RENAL BIOPSIES IN GERIATRIC PATIENTS: SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE Tuncay Sahutoglu Received Received
  117-SP ENDOCAN AS A BIOMARKER OF ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION IN END STAGE RENAL DISEASE Vinod Bansal Received Received
  118-SP SUPAR AND OSTEOPONTIN CIRCULATING LEVELS IN LUPUS NEPHRITIS: ARE THEY EARLY MARKERS OF PODOCYTE DAMAGE Claudio Musetti Received Received
  119-SP CYCLOSPORIN A ACTS DIRECTLY ON PROXIMAL TUBULAR CELLS LEADING TO A PATHOGENIC PHENOTYPE Seema Jain Received Received
  120-FP DAY TO DAY PROTEINURIA VARIABILITY IN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY GLOMERULOPATHIES Gabriel Stefan Received Received
  120-SP CLINICAL FEATURES AND OUTCOMES OF FOCAL SEGMENTAL GLOMERULOSCLEROSIS PATHOLOGIC VARIANTS IN ADULT TURKISH PATIENTS nurhan seyahi Received Received
  121-FP PREDICTORS OF KIDNEY OUTCOME IN IGA NEPHROPATHY Gabriel Stefan Received Received
  121-SP THE EFFECTS OF FIMASARTAN, A NEW ANGIOTENSIN RECEPTOR BLOCKER, ON THE RENAL OXIDATIVE STRESS AND FIBROSIS IN MICE WITH UNILATERAL URETERAL OBSTRUCTION Seok Joon Shin Received Received
  122-SP CLINICAL VALUE OF PATHOLOGIC EXAMINATION OF NON-NEOPLASTIC KIDNEY IN PATIENTS WITH UPPER URINARY TRACT MALIGNANCIES Wee Jee Wan Received Received
  122-FP AUTOLOGOUS STEM CELLS TRANSPLANTATION IN PATIENTS WITH ACTIVE LUPUS NEPHRITIS Lina Zaripova Received Received
  124-SP CALCIPHYLAXIS - A MULTI-INTERVENTIONAL TREATMENT REGIMEN INCLUDING VITAMIN K SUPPLEMENTATION MIGHT REDUCE MORTALITY IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS Daniel Hochfellner Received Received
  124-FP MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASES (MMP-2, 3, 7, 9) AND THEIR TISSUE INHIBITORS (TIMP-1, 2) IN PATIENTS WITH SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS Oskar Zakiyanov Received Received
  125-FP REMISSION OF ONLY PROTEINURIA BUT NOT REMISSION OF HEMATURIA IS IMPORTANT FOR LONG-TERM RENAL PROGNOSIS IN IGA NEPHROPATHY Takayuki Fujii Received Received
  126-SP CADHERIN 9 EXPRESSION IN THE INTERSTITIUM OF FETAL, NORMAL ADULT AND GLOMERULONEPHRITIC KIDNEYS Slavica Kostadinova-Kunovska Received Received
  126-FP IS THE RISK OF VENOUS THROMBOEMBOLISM OVERSTATED IN PRIMARY NEPHROTIC SYNDROME? Alastair Rankin Received Received
  127-SP THE OUTCOME OF CHRONIC INTERSTITIAL NEPHRITIS David Navarro Received Received
  128-SP MASS SPECTROMETRY-BASED PROTEOMIC ANALYSIS IN RENAL AL AMYLOIDOSIS PROGNOSIS Rosita Greco Received Received
  129-SP STUDY INTO THE EFFECT OF AQUAPORIN-2 ON THE EFFICACY AND PREDICTED EFFECT OF TOLVAPTAN IN PATIENTS OF NEPHROTIC SYNDROME Eiichi Sato Received Received
  129-FP RENAL AND EXTRA RENAL OUTCOMES IN ANCA NEGATIVE AND ANCA POSITIVE SMALL VESSEL VASCULITIS Hannah Pearlman Received Received
  130-FP DO WE OMIT THE VESICOURETERAL REFLUX AS AN ETIOLOGIC CAUSE IN ADULT CHRONIC FAILURE PATIENTS? Erdem Cankaya Received Received
  130-SP FABRY DISEASE - EARLY AND SEVERE PRESENTATION IN WOMEN CARRIERS Thiago Lacerda Ataides Received Received
  131-SP EMPHYSEMATOUS PYELONEPHRITIS: RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF 15 CASES IN A SINGLE CENTER Tabassum Samad Received Received
  132-FP LOW LEVELS OF IGF-I IN OBESITY NEPHROPATHY, A NEW RISK FACTOR? Ioana Bancu Received Received
  132-SP FALSE-POSITIVE RESULTS OF CANCER ANTIGENS AS A RESULT OF ASCITES IN SEVERE NEPHROTIC SYNDROME? Katarzyna Jakuszko Received Received
  133-FP SERUM LDH LEVEL IS ASSOCIATED WITH DECREASED eGFR AND PROTEINURIA IN PATIENTS WITH GLOMERULONEPHRITIS Seong Kwon Ma Received Received
  134-FP THE INFLUENCE OF SOCIOECONOMIC DEPRIVATION ON OUTCOMES IN PATIENTS WITH PRIMARY GLOMERULOPATHIES Emily McQuarrie Received Received
  134-SP PREDICTIVE VALUE OF ANTI-C REACTIVE PROTEIN ANTIBODIES IN LUPUS NEPHRITIS Satu Pesickova Received Received
  136-SP EVALUATION OF SERUM SPONDIN 2 LEVELS IN THE DIFFERENT ETIOLOGIES OF GLOMERULAR DISEASES Cuma Bulent GUL Received Received
  137-FP PREDICTION OF SEVERE ADAMTS13 DEFICIENCY IN PATIENTS WITH THROMBOTIC MICROANGIOPATHIES Félix De La Fuente-Gonzalo Received Received
  138-FP ANTI-PLA2R ANTIBODIES LEVEL AT DIAGNOSIS PREDICTS SPONTANEOUS REMISSION OF MEMBRANOUS NEPHROPATHY Perrine JULLIEN Received Received
  139-FP INCIDENCE AND PROGNOSIS OF BEVACIZUMAB INDUCED RENAL DAMAGE; A TWO YEARS STUDY FROM A SINGLE CENTER. JAVIER VILLACORTA Received Received
  141-SP THE DECREMENT OF HEMOGLOBIN CONCENTRATION WITH ANGIOTENSIN II RECEPTOR BLOCKER TREATMENT IS CORRELATED WITH THE REDUCTION OF ALBUMINURIA IN NON-DIABETIC HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS: POST-HOC ANALYSIS OF ESPECIAL TRIAL Chun Soo Lim Received Received
  141-FP DOUBLE - POSITIVE VASCULITIS: A REPORT OF FIVE CASES. Dorota Brodowska-Kania Received Received
  142-FP EXCESSIVE ACCUMULATION OF VISCERAL FAT AND THE RISK OF DEVELOPING PROTEINURIA IN THE GENERAL POPULATION YOUNGSU KIM Received Received
  143-FP INFLUENCE OF ETHNICITY ON EFFICACY OF CURRENT IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE PROTOCOLS IN PROLIFERATIVE LUPUS NEPHRITIS Angela Pakozdi Received Received
  143-SP THE DIFFERENT FACES OF ACUTE HAEMOLYTIC UREMIC SYNDROME Ana Ávila Received Received
  144-SP USEFULNESS OF RENAL BIOPSY ON THE ASSESSMENT OF TREATMENT RESPONSE TO INTRAVENOUS CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE IN LUPUS NEPHRITIS Gastón Julio Piñeiro Received Received
  144-FP ULTRASOUND GUIDED PERCUTANEOUS RENAL BIOPSY WITH ULTRA PRO NEEDLE GUIDE BY NEPHROLOGISTS DECREASES POST BIOPSY COMPLICATIONS Shashi Kumar Received Received
  145-FP DECREASED ACTIVITY OF ADAMTS13 IN PATIENTS WITH ANCA-ASSOCIATED VASCULITIS Ágnes Haris Received Received
  145-SP MODIFIED - MODIFIED PONTICELLI REGIMEN - FOR IDIOPATHIC MEMBRANOUS NEPHROPATHY SHANKAR PRASAD NAGARAJU Received Received
  146-SP HEMATURIA AND LOW BACK PAIN - THINK OF NUTCRACKER SYNDROME Claudio Musetti Received Received
  146-FP THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC PARAMETERS AND MORTALITY IN CHINESE PATIENTS WITH LUPUS NEPHRITIS Junzhe Chen Received Received
  147-SP CLINICAL VARIABILITY IN TREATMENT OF MINIMAL CHANGES DISEASE AND FOCAL SEGMENTAL GLOMERULOESCLEROSIS Gloria Ruiz Roso Lopez Received Received
  148-FP INFECTIOUS RISK FOLLOWING RITUXIMAB THERAPY IN ANCA ASSOCIATED VASCULITIS Andreas Kronbichler Received Received
  148-SP RENAL RELAPSES ARE COMMON IN LUPUS NEPHRITIS Angela Pakozdi Received Received
  149-SP ANTIGLOMERULAR BASEMENT MEMBRANE (ANTI-GBM) DISEASE SUCCESSFULLY TREATED WITH MYCOPHENOLATE MOPHETIL (MMF). Aleksandra Rymarz Received Received
  150-SP RENAL BIOPSY DURING PREGNANCY:ABOUT FOURTEEN CASES SARA DEHAYNI Received Received
  150-FP IMMUNOGLOBULIN A NEPHROPATHY AND GFR BELOW 50ML/MIN: TO TREAT OR NOT TO TREAT? Gabriel Stefan Received Received
  151-FP THE LONG-TERM RENAL OUTCOME IN PATIENTS WITH ANCA-ASSOCIATED VASCULITIS: PREDICTIVE VALUE OF KIDNEY BIOPSY Ludmila Biriukova Received Received
  152-SP PRESENCE OF RENAL IMMUNOGLOBULIN G DEPOSITS IN NECROTIZING CRESCENTIC GLOMERULONEPHRITIS ASSOCIATED TO ANCA : A CLINICAL IMPACT ? Caroline Dudreuilh Received Received
  153-SP MEMBRANOUS LUPUS NEPHRITIS: IMMUNOGLOBULIN DEPOSITS AND CLINICAL CORRELATIONS Eduardo Jorge Duque de Sá Carneiro Filho Received Received
  153-FP TREE BASED MODELS FOR THE PREDICTION OF IGAN PROGRESSION IN YOUNG PATIENTS Danilo Lofaro Received Received
  154-FP PREVALENCE OF HAEMATURIA AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH HISTOLOGICAL FINDINGS IN THE SPANISH REGISTRY OF RENAL BIOPSY Claudia Yuste Received Received
  155-SP TEMPORALLY CARDIOVASCULAR ADVERSE EVENT DURING RITUXIMAB INFUSION: A CASE REPORT Laura Rivoli Received Received
  156-SP KIDNEY DISEASES AND RENAL BIOPSY A TEN YEAR EXPERIENCE domenico ferrara Received Received
  157-SP THE CLINICAL COURSE OF THE PATIENTS WITH IDIOPATHIC MEMBRANOUS NEPHROPATHY - REPORT FROM THE REFERENCE CENTRE Sandra Karanovic Received Received
  158-SP CLINICO-PATHOLOGICAL CORRELATION AND OUTCOME IN IMMUNOGLOBULIN A NEPHROPATHY IN NORTH INDIA: IS IT DIFFERENT? Prabhakar D Received Received
  159-SP THE INFLUENCE OF TREATMENT ON THE ASYMMETRIC DIMETHYLARGININE (ADMA) PLASMA LEVEL, BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS, BLOOD PRESSURE IN PATIENTS WITH NONDIABETIC PROTEINURIA Zbigniew Heleniak Received Received
  160-SP HISTOPATHOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION FOR THE PREDICTION OF RENAL OUTCOME IN CRESCENTIC GLOMERULONEPHRITIS Marta Kantauskaite Received Received
  161-FP ANCA AND ANTI-GBM DOUBLE POSITIVITY: A CASE SERIES Yvelynne Kelly Received Received
  161-SP PREDICTORS OF RENAL SURVIVAL IN ANCA ASSOCIATED VASCULITIS. VALIDATION OF A HISTOPATOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION SCHEMA. Gabriella Moroni Received Received
  163-SP MESANGIAL IGG DEPOSITION AND RENAL OUTCOME IN IGA NEPHROPATHY: IS THERE A CONNECTION? Gabriel Stefan Received Received
  163-FP CLINICAL AND HISTOLOGICAL PRESENTATION IN ANCA-ASSOCIATED GLOMERULONEPHRITIS AS INDICATORS OF EARLY OUTCOME Jelka Lindic Received Received
  165-SP POST INFECTIOUS GLOMERULONEPHRITIS WITH CRESCENTS IN ADULTS: A SINGLE CENTRE EXPERIENCE Shashidhar Baikunje Received Received
  166-SP LONG TERM LOW DOSE OF ACTH IN A CASE OF MEMBRANOUS NEPHROPATY Paolo Lorusso Received Received
  166-FP P.G35V A NEW MUTATION AND EARLY RENAL MANIFESTATIONS IN FABRY DISEASE Thiago Lacerda Ataides Received Received
  167-SP RENAL DISEASE IN MULTIPLE MYELOMA Amina Izem Received Received
  167-FP ACUTE NEPHRITIC SYNDROME- 3 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE Maria Gaydarova Received Received
  168-SP FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH RENAL AND PATIENT SURVIVAL IN WEGENER GRANULOMATOSIS Nurhan Seyahi Received Received
  170-FP THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE NEPHROTIC SYNDROME WITH ELDERLY PATIENTS- THE EXPERIENCE OF OUR CENTER DURING THE THREE YEARS Svetlana Antic Received Received
  170-SP SPECTRUM OF RENAL DISEASE IN A COHORT OF HIV INFECTED ANTIRETROVIRAL NAVE PATIENTS INDRAJEET KUMAR TIWARY Received Received
  171-FP SEGMENTAL VERSUS GLOBAL SUBCLASSES OF PROLIFERATIVE LUPUS NEPHRITIS: RENAL OUTCOMES Eduardo Jorge Duque de Sá Carneiro Filho Received Received
  171-SP ANCA-ASSOCIATED RENAL VASCULITIS: THE ASSOCIATION OF PLASMA EXCHANGES AND METHYLPREDNISOLONE PULSES MAY BE BENEFICIAL Thierry Krummel Received Received
  172-FP EXPRESSION OF P-GLYCOPROTEIN ON IMMUNE CELLS AFFECTS STEROID RESPONSE IN CHILDHOOD IDIOPATHIC NEPHROTIC SYNDROME Narayan Prasad Received Received
  173-SP INCREASED NEUTROPHIL TO LYMPHOCYTE RATIO (NLR) IS A SIGN OF DISEASE ACTIVITY IN SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS PATIENTS WITH RENAL INVOLVEMENT YUSUF Bilen Received Received
  174-SP EPIDEMIOLOGICAL REVIEW OF KIDNEY BIOPSY DURING 30 YEARS - SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE Petar Djuric Received Received
  175-SP ACUTE INTERSTITIAL NEPHRITIS: REVIEW OF CASES DOCUMENTED BY RENAL BIOPSY Carolina Belino Received Received
  175-FP PIRFENIDONE PREVENTS ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY DUE TO ISCHEMIA IN RATS Francesco Fontana Received Received
  178-FP FOLLISTATIN, AN ACTIVIN-BINDING PROTEIN, ATTENUATES RENAL ISCHAEMIA-REPERFUSION INJURY IN MICE Doreen Fang Received Received
  178-SP PODOCYTURIA IN FABRY DISEASE IS ELEVATED IN UNTREATED VS TREATED ADULT PATIENTS AND DOES NOT CORRELATE WITH PROTEINURIA OR RENAL FUNCTION HERNAN TRIMARCHI Received Received
  179-FP PREDICTION OF RENAL FAILURE IN SEPSIS PATIENTS BY ESTABLISHED CE-MS PEPTIDE MARKER PANELS Jochen Metzger Received Received
  180-SP TWO YEARS FOLLOW-UP OF ANTIPROTEINURIC EFFECT OF ADITTION OF EPLERENONE TO ACE INHIBITORS OR ARBS IN NO NEPHROTIC GLOMERULAR DISEASES. Jose L. Merino Received Received
  180-FP ANGIOTENSIN (1-7) ATTENUATES KIDNEY INJURY BY OBSTRUCTIVE NEPHROPATHY IN RATS Chang Seong Kim Received Received
  184-SP CLINICAL COURSE OF RAPIDLY PROGRESSIVE GLOMERULONEPHRITIS - A CROATIAN REFFERAL CENTRE EXPERIENCE Ivana Vukovic Lela Received Received
  185-FP ROLE OF COMPLEMENT IN MEDIATING PERICYTE -MYOFIBROBLASTS TRANSITION: A NEW HYPOTHESIS ON VASCULAR RAREFACTION IN RENAL ISCHEMIA/REPERFUSION (I/R) INJURY Giuseppe Castellano Received Received
  185-SP EVALUATION OF KIDNEY BIOPSY AND ASSOCIATED COMPLICATIONS: SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE OF SIX YEARS Nurhan Seyahi Received Received
  186-SP ECULIZUMAB FOR TREATMENT OF RARE CUTANEOUS INVOLVEMENT IN ATYPICAL HEMOLYTIC UREMIC SYNDROME Daniela Lopes Received Received
  187-SP MEAN PLATELET VOLUME SIGNIFICANTLY DECREASE AT REMISSION PERIOD OF SLE PATIENTS WITH RENAL INVOLVEMENT YUSUF Bilen Received Received
  190-FP STUDY OF PROTECTIVE MECHANISMS OF HUMAN ADIPOSE DERIVED MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS ON CISPLATIN INDUCED KIDNEY INJURY IN SPRAGUE-DAWELEY RATS Mohamed saad Received Received
  190-SP HIGH INCIDENCE OF FALSE POSITIVE RESULTS OF NGAL AS MARKER OF ACUTE RENAL FAILURE IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS: PROGRESSIVE EFFECT OF IMPAIRMENT IN GFR Carlo Donadio Received Received
  191-SP THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY NOT REQUIRING DIALYSIS IN ENGLAND FROM 1998 TO 2013 Nitin Kolhe Received Received
  191-FP VALIDATION OF A PREVIOUSLY ESTABLISHED URINARY PEPTIDE MARKER MODEL FOR EARLY AND ACCURATE PREDICTION OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN PATIENTS AFTER CARDIAC SURGERY Jochen Metzger Received Received
  192-FP PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF DEXPANTHENOL AGAINST NEPHROTOXIC EFFECT OF AMIKACIN: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY RUMEYZA KAZANCIOGLU Received Received
  193-SP AUTOMATED DETECTION OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN ROUTINE HEALTHCARE Simon Sawhney Received Received
  195-SP BACK-CALCULATING BASELINE CREATININE FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN SURGICAL PATIENTS Felix Kork Received Received
  195-FP MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS VERSUS THEIR CONDITIONED MEDIUM IN THE TREATMENT OF CISPLATIN-INDUCED ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY: EFFICACY AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF UNWANTED CELLS Mohamed Abouelkheir Received Received
  196-SP DO PEOPLE THINK KIDNEYS? A STUDY OF KNOWLEDGE LEVELS IN THE GENERAL POPULATION Nicholas Selby Received Received
  196-FP CONTRAST MEDIA INDUCED NEPHROPATHY IN S.D. RATS: STUDY OF THE PREVENTIVE EFFECT OF MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS WITH DIFFERENT CULTURE MEDIA ENRICHMENT PROTOCOLS Mohammed Kamal Nassar Received Received
  197-SP COMPARISON OF INDIRECT CALORIMETRY AND PREDICTION EQUATIONS IN ESTIMATING THE RESTING ENERGY EXPENDITURE IN CRITICALLY ILL ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY PATIENTS Daniela Ponce Received Received
  198-FP DEHYDROEPIANDROSTERONE AND THE ANTIDEPRESSANT FLUVOXAMINE AMELIORATE RENAL POSTISCHEMIC INJURY Laszlo Wagner Received Received
  199-SP HYPERVOLEMIA AND ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY. EXTRACELULAR/INTRACELULAR RATIO AND PROGNOSIS. BIOIMPEDANCE ANALYSIS APLICATION TO PREVENT HYPEREXPANSION. Lavilla Royo Francisco Javier Received Received
  199-FP PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF HIGH MOLECULAR FLOW MEMBRANES ON INFLAMMATORY AND MYOGLOBIN-ASSOCIATED ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN PATIENTS WITH RHABDOMYOLYSIS AFTER MAJOR CARDIAC SURGERY Vincenzo Cantaluppi Received Received
  200-FP MYOGLOBIN CAUSES APOPTOSIS OF TUBULAR EPITHELIAL CELLS BY ACTIVATING ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM VIA OXIDATIVE STRESS yuying feng Received Received
  200-SP CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE AND MORTALITY IN LONG-TERM SURVIVORS OF AN EPISODE OF ACUTE RENAL INJURY Carlos Arias Received Received
  201-SP INCREASED INCIDENCE OF ATRIAL FIBRILLATION IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY AFTER CARDIAC SURGERY Hong Jie Gabriel Tan Received Received
  201-FP ROLE OF MTOR INHIBITOR IN A MURINE MODEL OF LPS-INDUCED ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY Giuseppe Castellano Received Received
  203-FP AUTOPHAGY REGULATION IS DEPENDENT ON THE ISCHEMIC DURATION AFTER RENAL ISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION INJURY IN RATS Jean-Paul Decuypere Received Received
  203-SP AN ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY EDUCATION PROJECT REACHING FROM SECONDARY CARE TO PRIMARY CARE Stephen Dickinson Received Received
  204-FP CONTRAST MEDIA INDUCED NEPHROPATHY IN S.D. RATS: STUDY OF THE PREVENTIVE EFFECT OF MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS Mohammed Kamal Nassar Received Received
  205-SP WIDER PERIOPERATIVE GLYCAEMIC FLUCTUATIONS INCREASES RISK OF POSTOPERATIVE ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY Ming Ann Sim Received Received
  206-SP POLYPHARMACY IN THE ELDERLY IS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED MORTALITY AND ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY Morrissey Yvonne Received Received
  207-FP GENDER DEPENDENT PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF DHEA ON THE HIF-HSF-HSP AXIS AFTER RENAL ISCHEMIA/REPERFUSION INJURY Andrea Fekete Received Received
  207-SP ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY SECONDARY TO TUBULOINTERSTITIAL NEPHROPATHY: HISTOLOGICAL DIAGNOSIS AND STEROID THERAPY WITH SUBANALYSIS IN THE ELDERLY. GIULIANO BOSCUTTI Received Received
  208-SP SELECTIVE PARENCHYMA CLAMPING DURING PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY PROVIDES BETTER FUNCTIONAL OUTCOMES THAN TRADITIONAL VASCULAR CLAMPING Ashot Essaian Received Received
  208-FP BOTH INHIBITION OF RENIN ANGIOTENSIN SYSTEM AND ENDOTHELIN-1 REDUCE RENAL INFLAMMATION AND FIBROSIS INDUCED BY UNILATERAL URETERAL OBSTRUCTION IN MICE. Dae Eun Choi Received Received
  209-FP STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF ROUTE OF ADMINISTRATION OF MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS ON CISPLATIN-INDUCED ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN SPRAGUE DAWELEY RATS Mohamed saad Received Received
  209-SP RISK FACTORS FOR ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY AND 30-DAY MORTALITY AFTER LIVER TRANSPLANTATION SILVA JUNIOR GERALDO Received Received
  211-FP URINARY/PLASMA NEUTROPHIL GELATINASE ASSOCIATED LIPOCALIN IS A SPECIFIC AND SENSITIVE MARKER OF SUBCLINICAL ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN MICE. Peter Hamar Received Received
  211-SP ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN CIRRHOTIC PATIENTS UNDERGOING CONTRAST-ENHANCED COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY Luca Visconti Received Received
  212-FP ANIMAL MODELS FOR CONTRAST INDUCED NEPHROPATHY: STUDY OF DIFFERENT INDUCTION PROTOCOLS Mohammed Kamal Nassar Received Received
  213-SP RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RECURRENCES OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY AND DEVELOPMENT OF CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE, CARDIOVASCULAR EVENTS AND MORTALITY Carlos Arias Received Received
  214-FP CHYMASE INHIBITION AMELIORATES APOPTOSIS AND FIBROSIS OF HUMAN RENAL PROXIMAL TUBULAR EPITHELIAL CELLS WITH HYPOXIC INJURY seong Kwon MA Received Received
  215-SP Time Dependent Validity of Dialysis Modality on Outcomes in Patients with Critical Acute Kidney Injury Jian-Jhong Wang Received Received
  216-SP MICRONUTRIENT LOSS IN RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPY FOR ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY Weng Oh Received Received
  216-FP DANEGAPTIDE DOES NOT IMPROVE RENAL FUNCTION AFTER ISCHEMIA/REPERFUSION INJURY IN A PORCINE MODEL Chris Amdisen Received Received
  217-SP IMPACT OF ON-PUMP CIRCULATION ON HEMOTOLOGIC PARAMETERS OF PATIENTS WITH ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY AFTER OPEN HEART SURGERY Abduzhappar Gaipov Received Received
  218-SP LONG-TERM RENAL FUNCTION AFTER RECOVERY FROM DIALYSIS-REQUIRING ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY Sokratis Stoumpos Received Received
  219-SP PROGNOSTIC VALUE OF BIOIMPEDANCE VECTOR ANALYSIS VERSUS CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE DECOMPENSATION OF HEART FAILURE Anna Klimenko Received Received
  219-FP COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT OF KIDNEY ANATOMY AND PERFUSION WITH ARTERIAL SPIN LABELING MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING Keith Gillis Received Received
  221-FP SERUM AND URINE MARKERS OF COLLAGEN DEGRADATION REFLECT RENAL FIBROSIS IN EXPERIMENTAL KIDNEY DISEASES Marios Papasotiriou Received Received
  221-SP NGAL AND LONG TERM EVOLUTION FROM ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY:A PROSPECTIVE STUDY IN CRITICAL ILL PATIENTS Carmen Bernis Received Received
  222-SP REDUCTION IN ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY (AKI) STAGE IS A STRONG PREDICTOR OF SURVIVAL IN PATIENTS WITH HEPATORENAL SYNDROME TYPE-1 (HRS-1) TREATED WITH TERLIPRESSIN PLUS ALBUMIN OR ALBUMIN ALONE. Khurram Jamil Received Received
  222-FP THE CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE DATABASE (CKDdb) Marco Fernandes Received Received
  223-FP URINARY PEPTIDE-BASED PREDICTION OF PROGRESSION FROM CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE STAGE 2 TO 3 Claudia Pontillo Received Received
  223-SP THE USEFULLNESS OF AN ELECTRONIC ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY (AKI) ALERT SYSTEM FOR EARLY DIAGNOSIS AND INTERVENTION IN HOSPITALISED PATIENTS WITH AKI SHAHED AHMED Received Received
  224-FP THE ANALYSIS OF URINE UBIQUITINATED PROTEINS REVEALED IMPAIRED ACTIVATION OF COMPLEMENT AND COAGULATION CASCADES IN DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY Massimo Papale Received Received
  224-SP PREVALENCE AND OUTCOMES OF CARDIORENAL INTERRELATIONS IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE CARDIAC DISEASES Svetlana Villevalde Received Received
  225-SP RESCUE ULTRAFILTRATION IN ACUTE HEART FAILURE HOSPITALIZATIONS luis maria gutierrez Received Received
  226-SP THE BURDEN, RISK FACTORS, AND PROGNOSIS OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN PATIENTS HOSPITALISED WITH BRONCHIECTASIS EXACERBATION Masao Iwagami Received Received
  227-FP REDUCTION OF THE eGFR EXPRESSED AS PERCENTAGE CHANGE OF THE SLOPE PER YEAR MAY DISCRIMINATE CKD PATIENTS WITH FAST PROGRESSION Katerina Markoska Received Received
  229-FP BOTH CYSTATIN C AND CREATININE OVERESTIMATE RENAL FUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH PRIMARY NEUROMUSCULAR DISEASE Annika Aldenbratt Received Received
  230-FP PROTEIN-CREATININE RATIO IN 24-HOUR URINE VERSUS SPOT URINE IN THE FOLLOW-UP OF PROTEINURIC CKD AMIR SHABAKA Received Received
  230-SP RENAL OUTCOMES IN CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS RECEIVING PROPOFOL OR MIDAZOLAM A PROPENSITY SCORING ANALYSIS Tacyano Tavares Received Received
  232-FP VALIDATION OF IOHEXOL PLASMA CLEARANCE AS AN ACCURATE AND SENSITIVE MARKER OF RENAL FUNCTION IN RAT MODELS Mandy Turner Received Received
  232-SP IMPACT OF INGESTION PARAPHENYLENEDIAMINE (PPD) ON KIDNEY FUNCTION IN UPPER EGYPT MAGDY eLsHARKAWY Received Received
  233-FP TOWARDS OBTAINING MOLECULAR SIGNATURES OF GLOMERULONEPHRITIS BY MATRIX-ASSISTED LASER DESORPTION/IONISATION MASS SPECTROMETRY IMAGING: PRELIMINARY EVIDENCE. Andrew Smith Received Received
  233-SP COMPARISON OF CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF PATIENTS WITH ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY AFTER INTRAVENOUS VERSUS INHALED COLISTIN THERAPY In O Sun Received Received
  235-SP A RISK-STRATIFIED PROTOCOL FOR CONTRAST- INDUCED ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY (CI-AKI) PREVENTION: A REPORT ON 1063 CASES FROM A SINGLE INSTITUTION ANTONIO MONTEIRO Received Received
  235-FP ABDOMINAL ULTRASOUND IS NOT A SUITABLE SECONDARY SCREENING TOOL FOR ASYMPTOMATIC PATIENTS WITH A POSITIVE URINARY OCCULT BLOOD REACTION Sakumi Kazama Received Received
  236-FP DIAGNOSTIC ACCURACY OF RAPID DIPSTICK TESTS AND URINALYSIS TO PREDICT URINARY TRACT INFECTION IN HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS CALDARARU CARMEN DENISE Received Received
  237-SP DISCREPANCIES BETWEEN URINARY AND PLASMA NGAL CONCENTRATIONS IN PATIENTS ADMITTED TO THE MEDICAL INTENSIVE CARE Pierre Delanaye Received Received
  237-FP COMPLEMENT COMPONENTS, PROTEOLYSIS-RELATED AND CELL COMMUNICATION-RELATED PROTEINS DETECTED IN URINE PROTEOMICS IN IGA NEPHROPATHY Krzysztof Mucha Received Received
  238-FP STERILE LEUKOCYTURIA AFFECTS THE URINE GELATINASE-ASSOCIATED LIPOCALIN (NGAL) CONCENTRATION IN DIABETIC PATIENTS. Agnieszka Gala-B&322;&261;dzi&324;ska Received Received
  239-SP ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY ASSOCIATED TO INCREASED PLATELET ADHESION AND AGGREGATION IN CRITICALLY ILL CANCER PATIENTS James Hung Received Received
  240-FP EVALUATION OF URINARY ANNEXIN V AS A PROGNOSTIC MARKER IN CHILDREN WITH NEPHROTIC SYNDROME AHMED HUSSEIN Received Received
  240-SP PREDICTORS OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN DENGUE VIRAL INFECTION; A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY Tauqeer Hussain Mallhi Received Received
  241-SP OPTIMISING THE PERFORMANCE OF THE NATIONAL AKI WARNING ALGORITHM ACROSS A MULTI-LIMS NETWORK Rachel Tsui Received Received
  242-SP EVALUATION OF A NEW KINETIC ESTIMATED GLOMERULAR FILTRATION RATE (KEGFR) FOR THE PREDICTION OF POST-CARDIAC SURGERY ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY: THE AKINETIC STUDY Guillaume Claisse Received Received
  243-FP HIGHLY SENSITIVE METHOD FOR QUANTIFICATION OF IOHEXOL Joachim Jankowski Received Received
  244-SP RENAL DYSFUNCTION IN HOSPITAL PATIENTS. UTILITY OF AN ELECTRONIC ALERT SYSTEM. DETECT-H PROYECT. Pedro Jesus Labrador Received Received
  245-SP EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN RUSSIA: A REGISTRY DATA Boris Bikbov Received Received
  245-FP EXPLORING MECHANISMS OF PROTEIN BINDING OF URAEMIC TOXINS IN CKD2-5 AND HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Sunny Eloot Received Received
  246-FP LONG-TERM TREATMENT WITH MONTMORILLONITE-ILLITE CLAY MINERAL REDUCES UREMIC TOXINS AND VASCULAR PATHOLOGIES IN RATS WITH CHRONIC RENAL FAILURE. Jacqueline Hofrichter Received Received
  247-SP IMPROVING UNDERSTANDING AND RECOGNITION OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY AMONGST PATIENTS ON THE ACUTE MEDICAL TAKE Nicholas Annear Received Received
  247-FP INFLUENCE ON CONVERSION RATIOS OF THYROID HORMONES IN HYPOTHYROIDISM AND REPLACEMENT THERAPY IN HEMODIALYSIS (HD) PATIENTS Longin Niemczyk Received Received
  249-SP PREVALENCE AND OUTCOMES IN COMMUNITY &8722; ACQUIRED VERSUS HOSPITAL &8722; ACQUIRED ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN PATIENTS WITH DECOMPENSATED HEART FAILURE Anna Klimenko Received Received
  250-SP ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY AFTER TRANSCATHETER AORTIC VALVE IMPLANTATION Jesmar Buttigieg Received Received
  250-FP ASSESSING THE VALIDITY OF DIFFERENT PREDICTION EQUATIONS FOR ESTIMATING GLOMERULAR FILTRATION RATE AMONG HEALTHY ADULT BANGLADESHI POPULATION Palash Mitra Received Received
  252-SP DELTA NEUTROPHIL INDEX IS AN INDEPENDENT PREDICTOR FOR MORTALITY OF SEPTIC ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY PATIENTS TREATED WITH CONTINUOUS RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPY In Mee Han Received Received
  253-FP PREVALENCE AND RISK FACTORS OF MICROALBUMINURIA IN NONDIABETIC HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS IN BANGLADESH Mahmud Javed Hasan Received Received
  253-SP A NEW STRATEGY TO REMOVE SERUM FREE LIGHT CHAINS(SFLC)IN PATIENTS WITH MULTIPLE MYELOMA (MM) AND ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY (AKI) Francescaromana Festuccia Received Received
  254-SP USING AN ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY SCORE (AKIS) TO RISK STRATIFY EMERGENCY AND ELECTIVE SURGICAL PATIENTS. Christopher McCann Received Received
  254-FP CYLINDRICAL VESICLES AS DIAGNOSTIC CELLULAR INDICES IN CARDIORENAL SYNDROME TYPES III AND IV: BIOPSY OF PERIPHERAL BLOOD SMEARS WITH THE ATOMIC FORCE AND SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPES DIMOSTHENIS STAMOPOULOS Received Received
  255-SP EXTENSIVE BILATERAL RENAL INFARCTION FOLLOWING STRENUOUS EXERCISE IN A YOUNG MALE ON ANABOLIC STEROIDS Mark Davies Received Received
  256-SP CHEST ULTRASOUND (US)AND CLINICAL CRITERIA TO DETECT AND MONITOR CARDIOPULMONARY COMPLICATIONS IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY: A PILOT STUDY. Vincenzo Panuccio Received Received
  257-SP AKI AND DIALYSIS IN A LARGE COHORT OF ITALIAN ICU Giuseppe Quintaliani Received Received
  257-FP THE VALIDATION OF ESTIMATED GLOMERULAR FILTRATION RATE EQUATION IN OBESE POPULATION Krittaya Tiskajornsiri Received Received
  258-SP INFLUENCE OF CHANGING DEMOGRAPHICS ON SURVIVAL OF PATIENTS WITH MYELOMA MANAGED IN THE RENAL UNIT William Dunn Received Received
  259-FP COMPARISON OF CREATININE BASED eGFR EQUATIONS AS PREDICTORS OF SIGNIFICANT EVENTS IN A COHORT OF CKD PATIENTS Andreia Campos Received Received
  259-SP STILL A RARE CAUSE OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY WITH SEVERE HYDROELECTROLYTIC AND ACID-BASE DISORDERS: MCKITTRICK- WHEELOCK SYNDROME Liliana Tuta Received Received
  260-FP DIAGNOSTIC PERFORMANCE OF M-PROTEIN ASSAYS TO DETECT CLINICALLY SIGNIFICANT PLASMA CELL DYSCRASIA ACCORDING TO CLINICAL PRESENTATION OF KIDNEY DISEASE Eun Hee Koo Received Received
  261-FP VALIDATION OF CKD-EPI AND MDRD EQUATIONS BY INULIN CLEARANCE IN SAUDI POPULATION Jamal Al Wakeel Received Received
  261-SP PREDICTORS OF LEPTOSPIROSIS SEVERITY: A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN PATIENTS ADMITTED TO WARD AND INTENSIVE CARE UNIT SILVA JUNIOR GERALDO Received Received
  262-SP ACUTE CARDIO RENAL SYNDROME IN ELDERLY-INCIDENCE, RISK FACTORS, OUTCOME AND THE ROLE OF URINE NGAL AS ITS BIOMARKER SHANKAR PRASAD NAGARAJU Received Received
  262-FP URINARY INDICES FOR ESTIMATION OF ALBUMINURIA AND PROTEINURIA IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Gheun-Ho Kim Received Received
  264-SP ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PHASE ANGLE AND MORTALITY RISK IN ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY PATIENTS. Lavilla Royo Francisco Javier Received Received
  265-FP ESTIMATION OF RENAL FUNCTION USING THE COCKROFT-GAULT FORMULA, CKD-EPI AND MDRD IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS NOT ON RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPY Andreea Andronesi Received Received
  266-SP PREVALENCE AND PROGNOSTIC VALUE OF CONTRAST-INDUCED ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN PATIENTS WITH PRIMARY PERCUTANEOUS INTERVENTION Gaskina Anna Received Received
  268-FP MOLECULAR SIMILARITY OF RENAL AGEING AND CKD REVEALED BY URINARY PROTEOMICS Esther Nkuipou Kenfack Received Received
  269-FP SOLUBLE CD14, A MARKER OF ENDOTOXEMIA, ASSOCIATES WITH PROGRESSION OF CKD Ruben Poesen Received Received
  270-SP IDENTIFICATION OF RISK FACTORS FOR ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY (AKI) IN PATIENTS ADMITTED TO HOSPITAL AS A MEDICAL EMERGENCY: SINGLE CENTRE OBSERVATIONAL STUDY. Emma C Thomas Received Received
  270-FP APPLICATION OF FETAL STEM CELLS IN CKD: DOES IT PROMISE RENAL REGENERATION? Abduzhappar Gaipov Received Received
  271-SP METFORMIN ASSOCIATED LACTIC ACIDOSIS: CLINICAL PROFILING AND MANAGEMENT Alessandra Moioli Received Received
  272-FP A PANEL OF NOVEL BIOMARKERS REPRESENTING DIFFERENT DISEASE PATHWAYS IMPROVES PREDICTION OF RENAL FUNCTION DECLINE IN TYPE 2 DIABETES Michelle Pena Received Received
  273-SP ATYPICAL HEMOLYTIC UREMIC SYNDROME SUCCESSFULLY TREATED WITH ECULIZUMAB MARILIA GUIMARAES Received Received
  273-FP FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR 23 MODULATES ANGIOTENSIN RECEPTOR BLOCKADE EFFICACY IN EXPERIMENTAL RENAL FIBROSIS Maarten de Jong Received Received
  274-SP ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ANEMIA AT DIAGNOSIS AND LONG-TERM RENAL PROGNOSIS IN POSTRENAL ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY PATIENTS: A MULTICETER COHORT STUDY SHO SASAKI Received Received
  275-SP INCIDENCE AND RISK FACTORS FOR CONTRAST INDUCED ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN PATIENTS WITH SOLITARY KIDNEY Hyunseop Cho Received Received
  276-SP A RARE CAUSE OF AKI - A CASE REPORT Subrahmanian Sathiavageesan Received Received
  277-SP ACUTE RENAL FAILURE IN ONCOHAEMATOLOGICAL PATIENTS Amina Izem Received Received
  278-FP T-TYPE CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKER ATTENUATES RENAL FIBROSIS IN MICE WITH UNILATERAL URETERAL OBSTRUCTIVE NEPHROPATHY VIA ACTIVATION OF THE NRF2 ANTIOXIDANT PATHWAY Sungjin Chung Received Received
  279-FP New insights in molecular mechanisms involved in chronic kidney disease using high-resolution plasma proteome analysis. Papadopoulos Theofilos Received Received
  280-SP SEPSIS AND AKI IN CLINICAL EMERGENCY ROOM PATIENTS: THE ROLE OF URINARY NGAL Daniela Ponce Received Received
  281-SP ASSOCIATION BETWEEN URINARY ABNORMALITIES AND ANTHROPOMETRIC INDICATORS IN ITALIAN YOUNG PEOPLE Yuri Battaglia Received Received
  281-FP CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE IMPAIRS MYOCARDIAL PERFUSION AND DISTURBS CARDIAC CALCIUM HANDLING Melissa Verkaik Received Received
  283-SP RISK OF THROMBOTIC MICROANGIOPATHY IN PATIENTS WITH ATYPICAL HAEMOLYTIC URAEMIC SYNDROME DISCONTINUING FROM CHRONIC ECULIZUMAB THERAPY Matthew deSchoolmeester Received Received
  283-FP COMPETING RISKS OF RRT AND DEATH IN CKD PATIENTS WITH A DIFFERENTIAL GFR ANNUAL DECLINE RATE FOLLOWED WITHIN THE PIRP PROJECT Dino Gibertoni Received Received
  284-FP DOWNREGULATION OF INTACT FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR 23 (IFGF23) AND ASYMMETRIC DIMETHYL ARGININE (ADMA) AND aKLOTHO UPREGULATION DURING ACUTE INFLAMMATION/SEPSIS IN STAGE 2-5 CKD PATIENTS Evangelia Dounousi Received Received
  285-SP NON-HIGH-DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN CHOLESTEROL LEVEL LINKED WITH INCIDENCE OF CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE IN HIV INFECTED PATIENTS Masaki Hara Received Received
  285-FP WARFARIN TREATMENT: AN INDIPENDENT RISK FACTOR FOR RENAL EVENTS IN PATIENTS WITHOUT CKD. Vittorio Di Maso Received Received
  286-SP BIOMARKER ANALYSIS OF VASCULAR OUTCOMES IN END STAGE RENAL DISEASE Vinod Bansal Received Received
  289-FP IMPACT OF HIGH FAT DIET FEEDING DURING CHILDHOOD ON ADULT SYSTEMIC AND RENAL PARAMETERS: ROLE OF THE PHYSICAL EXERCISE Mirian Boim Received Received
  290-SP ASSOCIATION BETWEEN LOW GRADE INFLAMMATION AND DIASTOLIC HEART FAILURE IN PREDIALYSIS PATIENTS. THE EFFECT OF ALDOSTERONE BLOCKADE DIMITRIS XIDAKIS Received Received
  291-SP NON-ESTERIFIED FATTY ACIDS AND CARDIOVASCULAR MORTALITY IN ELDERLY MEN WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Hong Xu Received Received
  292-SP EFFECT OF VERY LOW-PROTEIN DIET VERSUS STANDARD LOW-PROTEIN DIET ON RENAL DEATH IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE: A PRAGMATIC, RANDOMIZED, CONTROLLED, MULTICENTER TRIAL Vincenzo Bellizzi Received Received
  293-SP UK KIDNEY RESEARCH CONSORTIUM (UKKRC): A UK INFRASTRUCTURE PRIORITISING, DEVELOPING AND DELIVERING HIGH QUALITY CLINICAL RENAL RESEARCH Elaine Davies Received Received
  293-FP BONE MARROW M2 MACROPHAGE CELL THERAPY DOES NOT INDUCE RENOPROTECTION IN UUO MICE MODEL ROSER GUITERAS Received Received
  294-SP CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF TROPONIN T IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS PRESENTING WITH ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME Nimisha Venugopal Received Received
  295-FP RISK FACTORS FOR PROGRESSION TO DIALYSIS AND USE OF ACEI IN CKD STAGE 5 Pamela Gallo Received Received
  295-SP THE VALUE OF GOAL DIRECTED URIC ACID LOWERING THERAPY IN SLOWING THE PROGRESSION OF CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE IN HYPERURICEMIC PATIENTS Sung Joon Shin Received Received
  296-SP A STUDY OF CORRELATION BETWEEN PROTEIN-BOUND UREMIC TOXINS AND RENAL FUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Lide Lun Received Received
  296-FP NONINVASIVE ASSESSMENT OF RENAL FIBROSIS BY SHEAR WAVE ELASTOGRAPHY Nurhan Seyahi Received Received
  297-FP ECULIZUMAB REDUCES BIOMARKER LEVELS RELATED TO THROMBOTIC MICROANGIOPATHY IN PATIENTS WITH ATYPICAL HAEMOLYTIC URAEMIC SYNDROME: CORRELATION TO RENAL FUNCTION IMPROVEMENT Matthew deSchoolmeester Received Received
  300-FP CAPILLARY RAREFACTION IS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PRESENCE OF (MICRO)ALBUMINURIA - THE MAASTRICHT STUDY Remy JH Martens Received Received
  300-SP CIRCULATING TNF RECEPTOR LEVELS AND RENAL DISEASE PROGRESSION IN PATIENTS WITH TYPE 2 DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY AND BLOCKADE OF THE RENIN ANGIOTENSIN SYSTEM Gema Fernandez Juárez Received Received
  301-FP STRAIN-DEPENDENT RENAL COMPLEMENT EXPRESSION IN KIDNEY FIBROSIS OF TGF- TRASGENIC MICE Gabor Kokeny Received Received
  301-SP PREFERENTIAL VASCULAR DEPOSITION OF TISSUE PHOSPHATE LINKED TO IMPAIRED PHOSPHATE KINETICS LEADS TO CALCIFICATION IN EXPERIMENTAL CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Jason Zelt Received Received
  302-SP Temporal Patterns of Vascular Pathogenesis in CKD: Regional Heterogeneity in Vascular Calcium Accrual Bruno Svajger Received Received
  303-SP SALIVARY MICROBIOTA ASSOCIATED WITH IMMUNOGLOBULIN A NEPHROPATHY (IGAN) eustacchio montemurno Received Received
  303-FP POSSIBLE ROLE OF MIRNAS IN OBSTRUCTIVE NEPHROPATHY Theofilos Papadopoulos Received Received
  305-SP THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN VISFATIN AND CAROTID ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN PATIENTS WITH ADVANCED CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Yavuz Ayar Received Received
  306-SP UP-REGULATION OF INFLAMMATORY MEDIATORS AND MARKERS OF METABOLIC DERAIGNMENT IN END STAGE RENAL DISEASE AS STUDIED BY BIOCHIP ARRAY ANALYSIS Vinod Bansal Received Received
  306-FP ESTIMATED GLOMERULAR FILTRATION RATE INCREASES AFTER BARIATRIC SURGERY Alex Chang Received Received
  307-SP VITAMIN D SUPPLEMENTATION IS ASSOCIATED WITH IMPROVED MODULATION OF CARDIAC AUTONOMIC TONE IN IGA NEPHROPATHY Michelle Mann Received Received
  307-FP SUBTOTAL RENAL ABLATION INDUCES TUBULOINTERSTITIAL EGR-2 OVEREXPRESSION IN MICE Gabor Kokeny Received Received
  308-FP URINARY PROTEOMICS TO DECIPHER MOLECULAR PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF CKD PROGRESSION Szymon Filip Received Received
  309-FP IMPACT OF FENESTRATED ENDOVASCULAR ABDOMINAL AORTIC ANEURYSM REPAIR (FEVAR) ON RENAL FUNCTION: COMPARATIVE STUDY AND META-ANALYSIS Athanasios Saratzis Received Received
  309-SP CROSSOVER RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL TO EVALUATE THE ALBUMINURIC EFFECT OF THREE DIFERENT TYPES OF DIURETICS (SPIRONOLACTONE, HYDROCLOROTHIAZIDE AND HYDROCLOROTHIAZIDEAMILORIDE) ON TOP OF RAAS BLOCKADE IN PROTEINURIC NEPHROPATHIES. ENRIQUE MORALES Received Received
  310-FP INCREASED SERUM LEVELS OF VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL GROWTH FACTOR-A ARE REVERSELY CORRELATED WITH TIMP-1 IN ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN EARLY STAGES OF TYPE 2 DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY GRIGORIOS DIMAS Received Received
  310-SP ADHERENCE TO NICE GUIDANCE AND MANAGEMENT OF CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE (CKD) IN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY CARE Timothy Lewis-Morris Received Received
  311-FP CORRELATION BETWEEN ACCUMULATION OF INDOXYL SULFATE AND RENAL DYSFUNCYION IN RATS WITH 5/6 NEPHRECTOMY Ayano Konagai Received Received
  312-FP ANY GRADE OF OVERHYDRATION IS ASSOCIATED WITH CARDIOVASCULAR EVENTS AND MORTALITY IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Almudena Vega Received Received
  313-SP HOW NEPHROTOXIC IS THERAPY WITH ENTECAVIR AND ADEFOVIR IN PATIENTS WITH HVB CHRONIC HEPATITIS? Emilia Barzuca Received Received
  314-SP EFFECT OF CHRONIC NICOTINE EXPOSURE ON THE MATERNAL ADAPTATION TO PREGNANCY IN RATS. Mirian Boim Received Received
  315-SP INFLUENCE OF LIPID METABOLISM DISORDERS ON ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Mehman Agayev Received Received
  315-FP CIRCULATING FGF-23 AS AN INDEPENDENT CORRELATE OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN EARLY STAGES OF CKD GRIGORIOS DIMAS Received Received
  316-FP MARKERS OF SYMPTOMATIC HEART FAILURE IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS WITH NORMAL LEFT VENTRICULAR EJECTION FRACTION Diana-Silvia Zilisteanu Received Received
  317-FP BICARBONATE TREATMENT RESTORES RENAL KLOTHO PRODUCTION: A PILOT STUDY Valerie HAGE Received Received
  317-SP PROJECT FOR EARLY IDENTIFICATION OF PATIENTS WITH CKD AIMED TO AVOID PREVENTABLE ESRD Nick Richards Received Received
  318-SP RENAL HARMFUL EFFECTS OF ANABOLIC STEROIDS ABUSE IN NON-PROFESSIONAL BODYBUILDERS Ileana PERIDE Received Received
  320-SP OXIDATIVE/NITRATIVE STRESS AND INFLAMMATION DRIVE PROGRESSION OF DOXORUBICIN-INDUCED RENAL FIBROSIS IN RATS AS REVEALED BY COMPARING A NORMAL AND A FIBROSIS-RESISTANT RAT STRAIN Peter Hamar Received Received
  322-SP MUD BATH ASSOCIATED WITH LOW DIET PROTEINS IN SLOWING CKD PROGRESSION Andrei NICULAE Received Received
  323-FP THE ASSOCIATION OF ALBUMINURIA WITH ARTERIAL STIFFNESS IN A RURAL CHINESE POPULATION Guojuan Zhang Received Received
  324-FP CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE PREVALENCE: VARIATION ACROSS THIRTEEN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES Katharina Brck Received Received
  326-FP SEASONAL VARIATION IN MORTALITY AMONG DIALYSIS PATIENTS: A COHORT STUDY Claudia Friedl Received Received
  327-FP RENAL OUTCOMES OF CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKERS VERSUS THIAZIDE DIURETICS AS ADD-ON TREATMENTS FOR USERS OF RENIN-ANGIOTENSIN SYSTEM BLOCKERS: A NATIONWIDE COHORT STUDY Hon-Yen Wu Received Received
  329-FP IMPACT OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT ON HEALTH OUTCOMES IN MODERATE-TO-SEVERE CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Rachael Morton Received Received
  330-FP INCREASED RISK OF END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE IN PATIENTS WITH RENAL CELL CARCINOMA: A 12-YEAR NATIONWIDE FOLLOW-UP STUDY Peir-Haur Hung Received Received
  331-SP THE PROGNOSTIC ROLE OF STIFFNESS INDEX DETERMINED BY FINGER PHOTOPLETHYSMOGRAPHY IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Balázs Sági Received Received
  333-FP WHICH FACTORS HAVE INFLUENCE ON THE MORBIDITY, INITIATION OF DIALYSIS AND MORTALITY OF PATIENTS WITH CKD STAGE 4 AND 5 NOT ON DIALYSIS? FINAL RESULTS FROM THE PECERA STUDY Jose Luis Gorriz Received Received
  333-SP IMPACT OF OBESITY AND SMOKING ON THE VALUES OF ALBUMINURIA AND PROTEINURIA IN HIGH RISK PATIENTS AND ITS IMPACT ON DEVELOPMENT OF EARLY CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE IN OUTPATIENTS IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA Ramajana Temimovic Received Received
  334-SP CORRELATES OF OSTEOPROTEGERIN AND ASSOCIATION WITH CARDIOVASCULAR STATUS IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Rusu Elena Received Received
  334-FP ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY INCREASES THE RISK OF END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE AFTER CARDIAC SURGERY IN AN ASIAN POPULATION Roderica Ng Received Received
  336-SP PROGNOSTIC IMPACT OF THE SIMPLIFIED INTERNATIONAL INDEX OF ERECTILE FUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE STAGES 3-5 Antonio Cordeiro Received Received
  336-FP EPICARDIAL FAT ACCUMULATION, CARDIOMETABOLIC PROFILE AND CARDIOVASCULAR EVENTS IN PATIENTS WITH STAGES 3-5 CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Antonio Cordeiro Received Received
  337-SP OUTCOMES OF REFERRALS OF THE OVER 80S WITH CKD 4&5 TO NEPHROLOGY OUTPATIENTS IN DORSET Thomas Jorna Received Received
  337-FP ARE WOMEN WITH A SOLITARY KIDNEY AT RISK FOR ADVERSE PREGNANCY OUTCOMES? giorgina barbara piccoli Received Received
  338-SP AGE AND MALNUTRITION MARKERS ARE PREDICTORS OF ARTERIAL STIFFNESS IN ADULTS WITH AND WITHOUT CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Cristina Capusa Received Received
  338-FP QUALITY OF REPORTING OF CKD COHORT STUDIES BEFORE AND AFTER STROBE: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Anirudh Rao Received Received
  339-FP ECONOMIC BURDEN OF THE PROGRESSION OF CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE ESTIMATED THROUGH ADMINISTRATIVE DATABASE ANALYSIS Alessandro Roggeri Received Received
  339-SP A GENETIC MARKER OF HYPERURICEMIA PREDICTS CARDIOVASCULAR EVENTS IN A META-ANALYSIS OF THREE COHORT STUDIES IN HIGH RISK PATIENTS Alessandra TESTA Received Received
  342-FP COMBINING KIDNEY FUNCTION AND SIZE AND ITS RELATION TO KIDNEY FUNCTION DECLINE, CARDIOVASCULAR EVENTS AND ALL-CAUSE MORTALITY IN PATIENTS WITH CLINICAL MANIFEST VASCULAR DISEASE Nicolette van der Sande Received Received
  342-SP THE DIFFERENTIAL COURSE OF NEUROCOGNITIVE FUNCTIONING IN DIALYSIS AND TRANSPLANTATION - A SIX YEAR PROSPECTIVE STUDY Konstadina Griva Received Received
  344-SP LONG TERM RENAL FUNCTION AFTER ENDOVASCULAR ANEURYSM REPAIR Athanasios Saratzis Received Received
  344-FP LEFT ATRIAL VOLUME AND MORTALITY AMONG PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE STAGES 3-5 Antonio Cordeiro Received Received
  345-FP A LONGITUDINAL PERSPECTIVE ON THE AGING KIDNEY USING CYSTATIN C AND CREATININE AS MARKERS FOR THE GFR. Karin Werner Received Received
  346-SP NEW MARKERS OF VASCULAR AND CARDIAC DYSFUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE (CKD) Valeria Cernaro Received Received
  346-FP ANY INFECTION IS A RISK FACTOR FOR FUTURE CARDIOVASCULAR EVENTS IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Hicham Cheikh Hassan Received Received
  348-SP AN EVALUATION OF HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE IN CONTINUOUS AMBULATORY PERITONEAL DIALYSIS AND AUTOMATED PERITONEAL DIALYSIS MODALITIES Titus Lau Received Received
  349-SP INFLUENCE OF PRE-DIALYSIS NEPHROLOGY CARE DURATION ON CLINICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS AT THE DIALYSIS INITIATION Boris Bikbov Received Received
  350-FP THE ECONOMIC BURDEN OF DELAYED NEPHROLOGY REFERRAL Teresa Jerónimo Received Received
  350-SP RESPONSE TO VACCINATION ANTI HEPATITIS B IN ADVANCED CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE (CKD) PATIENTS NOT REQUIRING DIALYSIS, COMPARING TWO DIFFERENTS VACCINES. MARIA JOSE ESPIGARES HUETE Received Received
  351-SP IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME IN PATIENTS ON RENAL REPLACEMENT TREATMENT Aysegul Oruc Received Received
  351-FP THE BURDEN AND SURVIVAL IMPLICATIONS OF COMORBIDITY IN PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE STAGE 3 Simon Fraser Received Received
  353-SP A MAYO CLINIC ROCHESTER THIRTEEN-YEAR RETROSPECTIVE INVESTIGATION OF THE SYNDROME OF RAPID ONSET END STAGE RENAL DISEASE (SORO-ESRD) IN AN INCIDENT ADULT HEMODIALYSIS COHORT, 2001-2013 MACAULAY ONUIGBO Received Received
  353-FP RISK FACTORS FOR PROGRESSION OF COMMON INTIMA - THICKNESS IN INDIVIDUALS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE: THE NEFRONA STUDY Dr Arroyo Received Received
  354-SP Effect of Serum Electrolytes on a QTc Interval and Mortality in Coronary Care Unit Patients Chayakrit Krittanawong Received Received
  355-SP RENAL OUTCOME IN PATIENTS WITH UROTHELIAL CARCINOMA IN TAIWAN: A 12-YEAR POPULATION-BASED OBSERVATIONAL STUDY Peir-Haur Hung Received Received
  355-FP PATIENTS AND CARERS EXPERIENCES OF CURRENT MANAGEMENT OF AUTOSOMAL DOMINANT POLYCYSTIC KIDNEY DISEASE (ADPKD) IN THE UK Tess Harris Received Received
  356-SP RESPONSE RATE OF HBV VACCINATION IN VARIOUS STAGES OF CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE So Mi Kim Received Received
  357-SP PROGRESSION OF PERIPHERAL ARTERY DISEASE IN CHRONIC RENAL IMPAIRMENT: THE NEFRONA PROJECT. David Arroyo Received Received
  358-SP PULMONARY HYPERTENSION PREDICTS ADVERSE CARDIOVASCULAR OUTCOMES IN PATIENTS WITH NON-ADVANCED CKD Davide Bolignano Received Received
  359-FP SUBCLINICAL PERIPHERAL ARTERY DISEASE PREDICTS CARDIOVASCULAR EVENTS IN CHRONIC RENAL IMPAIRMENT: THE NEFRONA PROJECT. David Arroyo Received Received
  360-FP VITAMIN D STATUS, SODIUM INTAKE AND THE RISK OF DEVELOPING CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Charlotte Keyzer Received Received
  360-SP THE COURSE OF QUALITY OF LIFE IN PATIENTS ON DIFFERENT PERITONEAL DIALYSIS MODALITIES - A 12 MONTH PROSPECTIVE STUDY ON PREVALENT PATIENTS KONSTADINA GRIVA Received Received
  361-SP BORROWING AND SHARING PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION AMONG PATIENTS AT DIFFERENT STAGES OF CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Ewa Porwa&324;ska Received Received
  362-FP OUTCOME IN ELDERLY PATIENTS INCLUDED IN DIALYSIS PROGRAM Diana-Silvia Zilisteanu Received Received
  362-SP CKD-MBD IN PATIENTS WITH PRIMARY DYSLIPIDEMIA: OUR EXPERIENCE. ANNAMARIA BRUZZESE Received Received
  363-SP PREVALENCE OF DECREASED GFR IN CROATIAN POPULATION AGED =80 YEARS - OLDEST OLD USING COCKROFT -GAULT, MDRD AND CKD -EPI FORMULA Ivana Juri&263; Received Received
  364-SP CYLINDER TO WEIGHT RATIO - NEW ANTHROPOMETRIC INDEX FOR CARDIOMETABOLIC RISK FACTORS AND RENAL INSUFFICIENCY Sungjin Chung Received Received
  364-FP INCREASED PSYCHOSOCIAL BURDEN AND ADVERSE QUALITY OF LIFE IN AUTOSOMAL DOMINANT POLYCYSTIC KIDNEY DISEASE Roslyn Simms Received Received
  365-FP PREDICTIVE VALUE OF ABDOMINAL FAT DEPOSITION FOR PROGRESSION, HOSPITALIZATION AND MORTALITY IN NON-DIALYSIS CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE. Pablo Molina Received Received
  366-FP THE PATTERNS AND ASSOCIATIONS OF COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE (CAM) USE AMONG PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE (CKD) AND KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS noha osman Received Received
  367-SP OPTIMAL HIGH SENSITIVE CARDIAC TROPONIN T CUTOFF VALUE FOR THE EARLY DIAGNOSIS OF ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Hongliu Yang Received Received
  367-FP POTENTIAL OF RAAS-BLOCKADE TO HALT RENAL DISEASE IN HETEROZYGOUS CARRIERS OF ALPORT-MUTATIONS: A 4-YEAR PROSPECTIVE STUDY Oliver Gross Received Received
  369-FP METHODOLOGY USED IN STUDIES REPORTING CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE PREVALENCE: A SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW Katharina Brck Received Received
  369-SP DIETARY SATISFACTION IN CKD PATIENTS ON LOW PROTEIN DIETS FOR AT LEAST 6 MONTHS: A MULTICENTRIC STUDY (THE TOPI STUDY). marta nazha Received Received
  370-SP PSYCHOSOCIAL NEEDS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF CKD PATIENTS ATTENDING A PREDIALYSIS CLINIC FOR THE FIRST TIME Christina Chryssanthopoulou Received Received
  371-FP A QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT ADDRESSING PRESCRIPTION DISCREPANCIES IN RENAL PATIENTS Iain Smith Received Received
  372-FP ENDEMIC (BALKAN) NEPHROPATHY - INTERNATIONAL REGISTRY PRELIMINARY DATA FROM THE ERA EDTA REGISTRY AND TWO ENDEMIC FOCUSES Ivana Vukovic Lela Received Received
  373-FP FACTORS PREDICTING SUBCLINICAL ATHEROMATOSIS PROGRESSION IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE. THE NEFRONA STUDY Marta Gracia Received Received
  373-SP ESTABLISHING A JOINT MATERNAL MEDICINE AND NEPHROLOGY CLINIC FOR PATIENTS WITH PREGNANCY IN CKD. Dominic Taylor Received Received
  374-FP RENAL FUNCTION RAPIDLY DECREASES IN HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS RECEIVING ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY Masaki Hara Received Received
  374-SP POSSIBLE ROLE OF MICROVASCULAR FUNCTION IN THE CARDIOVASCULAR RISK PREDICTION IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Orsolya Cseprekál Received Received
  376-SP PREVALENCE OF HYPOTHYROIDISM IN DIABETIC AND NON DIABETIC CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE (CKD) AND EFFECT OF TREATMENT ON GFR Naincy Purwar Received Received
  376-FP THE BURDEN OF CKD IN HIGH RISK CONDITIONS IN THE AFRICAN CONTINENT: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW Samar Abd ElHafeez Received Received
  377-FP ASSOCIATION OF OUTCOMES AND HB LEVELS IN CKD PATIENTS: FINDINGS FROM A POOLED ANALYSIS OF 24 PROSPECTIVE STUDIES Francesco Locatelli Received Received
  378-FP ASSOCIATION OF OUTCOMES AND MAINTENANCE OF TARGET HB LEVELS IN CKD PATIENTS: FINDINGS FROM A POOLED ANALYSIS OF 23 PROSPECTIVE STUDIES Danilo Fliser Received Received
  378-SP DOES THE PRESENCE OF CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE INFLUENCE HAEMORRHAGIC STROKE OUTCOMES? Philip Thomas Received Received
  380-FP JTZ-951, AN ORAL NOVEL HIF-PHD INHIBITOR, ELEVATES HEMOGLOBIN IN JAPANESE ANEMIC PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE NOT ON DIALYSIS Tadao Akizawa Received Received
  381-SP NONDISEASE-SPECIFIC PROBLEMS AS DETERMINANT OF CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT IN ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH CKD NOT YET ON DIALYSIS Roman Hernandez-Gallego Received Received
  381-FP DUODENAL IRON AFTER FERRIC CITRATE ADMINISTRATION IN UREMIC RATS Noemi Vergara Segura Received Received
  383-SP THE CKD EPIDEMIC IN THE AFRICAN CONTINENT: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW Samar Abd ElHafeez Received Received
  385-SP A NEW MODEL OF CARE FOR CKD STAGE 5 PATIENTS:IT SAFELY DELAYS DIALYSIS AND SAVES MONEY Pamela Gallo Received Received
  386-FP BODY COMPOSITION AND EPO RESISTANCE IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS: RESULTS FROM AN INTERNATIONAL MONDO CONSORTIUM COHORT ADRIAN GUINSBURG Received Received
  387-FP BODY COMPOSITION MODIFIES RESPONSE TO EPO IN A LARGE LATINAMERICAN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS COHORT ADRIAN GUINSBURG Received Received
  387-SP PROTEINURIA IS SIGNIFICANT PREDICTOR OF DECREASED GFR IN MALE BUT NOT IN FEMALE ELDERLY Ivana Juri&263; Received Received
  388-SP RENAL RISK: A POPULATION STUDY OF NEW ZEALAND DIABETICS SHRADHA BHAGANI Received Received
  390-FP MODERATE HEPATIC IMPAIRMENT HAS ONLY A MINOR IMPACT ON THE PHARMACOKINETICS OF ROXADUSTAT, AN ORAL HYPOXIA-INDUCIBLE FACTOR PROLYL-HYDROXYLASE INHIBITOR Mona Singh Received Received
  390-SP THE BODY COMPOSITION AND CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE IN KOREAN POPULATION WITH NORMAL BMI Kyu-Beck Lee Received Received
  391-FP DOES TWO INTRAVENOUS IRON FORMULATIONS INDUCE DIFFERENT ACUTE EFFECTS IN NON-DIALYSIS CKD PATIENTS? cristina capusa Received Received
  392-SP IMPLEMENTATION OF THE KDIGO GUIDELINE ON LIPID MANAGEMENT WOULD REQUIRE SUBSTANTIAL INCREASE IN STATIN PRESCRIPTION RATES: AN ANALYSIS FROM THE GERMAN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE(GCKD) COHORT Markus Schneider Received Received
  393-SP INITIAL LOW FAT RESERVES ARE ASSOCIATED WITH SEVERE DECREASE IN LEAN BODY MASS IN THE FIRST 30 MONTHS ON EXTRACORPOREAL DIALYSIS THERAPY Daniele Marcelli Received Received
  393-FP IS LOW VITAMIN D LEVEL AN INFLAMMATORY MEDIATOR OF ANAEMIA IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION? Winnie Chan Received Received
  394-SP PHARMACOKINETICS OF TRIFERIC ADMINISTERED IV TO HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS: NO EFFECT ON HEPCIDIN OR OXIDATIVE STRESS MARKERS. Raymond Pratt Received Received
  395-FP POST-DIALYSIS HEMOGLOBIN IS ASSOCIATED WITH ONE YEAR MORTALITY IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS. RESULT FROM A COHORT STUDY FROM THE DIALYSIS REGISTRY IN JAPAN. Hiroki Nishiwaki Received Received
  396-SP CHOLECALCIFEROL SUPPLEMENTATION AND INFLAMMATION: A RANDOMIZED, DOUBLE-BLIND, PLACEBO-CONTROLLED CLINICAL TRIAL Eric Seibert Received Received
  398-SP CRUCIAL ROLE OF ARYL HYDROCARBON RECEPTOR IN INDOXYL Sulfate-INDUCED VASCULAR INFLAMMATION Shunsuke Ito Received Received
  399-SP BENEFICIAL IMMUNOMODULATORY EFFECT OF CHOLECALCIFEROL REPLETION IN CKD PATIENTS : DOWN-REGULATION OF CELL SURFACE HLA-DR EXPRESSION MAY EXPLAIN REDUCTION IN INFLAMMATION. Reuben McGregor Received Received
  400-FP INFLUENCE OF THE SECONDARY HYPERPARATHYROIDISM IN IRON REQUIREMENTS IN DIALYSIS PATIENTS ON ERYTHROPOIESIS-STIMULATING AGENT THERAPY. A PROSPECTIVE CONTROLLED STUDY. Sheila Cabello Pelegrín Received Received
  400-SP EFFECT OF CHOLECALCIFEROL SUPPLEMENTATION ON TLR7, TLR9, IL-6 AND IFN-Y EXPRESSION IN B AND T LYMPHOCYTES ON CHRONIC DIALYSIS PATIENTS José Tarcísio Giffoni de Carvalho Received Received
  401-FP EVALUATION OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ANEMIA BODY COMPONENTS, NUTRITIONAL STATUSES AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE AT PREDIALYSIS STAGE Nurhan Seyahi Received Received
  402-FP RELATIVE RISK OF MORTALITY IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS PRESCRIBED CALCIUM-FREE AND CALCIUM-CONTAINING PHOSPHATE BINDING AGENTS Maria Paula Dionisi Received Received
  404-FP A NEW IN VITRO MODEL TO DELAY HIGH-PHOSPHATE INDUCED VASCULAR CALCIFICATION PROGRESSION Mario Cozzolino Received Received
  405-SP DIETARY FRUCTOSE: A NEW PARADIGM IN PREDICTING METABOLIC PROFILE IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS Winnie Chan Received Received
  406-SP FUNCTIONAL DEFICIENCY OF VITAMIN K IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Katarzyna Wyskida Received Received
  407-FP VITAMIN D PRESCRIPTION IS ASSOCIATED WITH BETTER SURVIVAL RATE: RESULT FROM THE ARNOS STUDY. Guillaume JEAN Received Received
  407-SP EFFECTS OF A RESISTANCE PHYSICAL EXERCISES PROGRAM ON NRF2 AND NF-kB EXPRESSION IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Denise Mafra Received Received
  408-FP PROGNOSTIC VALUE OF FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR 23 AMONG PATIENTS WITH END STAGE RENAL DISEASE A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META ANALYSIS Hongliu Yang Received Received
  409-SP PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF THE COMPLIANCE TO LOW PROTEIN DIETS IN PRE-DIALYSIS CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS Liliana Garneata Received Received
  410-FP MULTI-CENTRE ANALYSIS OF FRACTURE RISK IN RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPY PATIENTS VISHAL DEY Received Received
  411-SP COMBINED MAGNESIUM AND CALCITRIOL SUPPLEMENTATION ATTENUATES VASCULAR CALCIFICATION SEVERITY IN EXPERIMENTAL CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Jason Zelt Received Received
  411-FP VITAMIN D RECEPTOR ACTIVATOR MAXACALCITOL PREVENTS THE PROGRESSION OF DIABETIC CARDIOMYOPATHY INDEPENDENTLY OF RENIN ANGIOTENSIN SYSTEM INHIBITION Hideki Fujii Received Received
  412-SP ENERGETIC COST OF PROTEIN TURNOVER IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Sivakumar Sridharan Received Received
  412-FP THE EFFECT OF ACUTE GFR DECLINE ON SCLEROSTIN, KLOTHO, FGF-23 AND BONE METABOLISM Katarzyna Kakareko Received Received
  413-SP ENDOTOXEMIA: A NOVEL RISK FACTOR IN SYSTEMIC INFLAMMATION AND ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS Winnie Chan Received Received
  414-FP SERUM SCLEROSTIN LEVELS IN HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS AND THEIR CORRELATION WITH THE INFLAMMATORY STATE Lida Tartaglione Received Received
  415-SP SERUM FERRITIN LEVEL IS AN INDEPENDENT RISK FACTOR FOR ALL-CAUSE MORTALITY IN INCIDENT HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Geun Woo Ryu Received Received
  415-FP HIGH DOSES OF CALCITRIOL LEAD TO ALTERATIONS IN OSTEOGENESIS AND BONE DISEASE Juan Rafael Muñoz Castañeda Received Received
  416-FP PHOSPHATE RESTRICTION PRESERVES BONE VOLUME IN EARLY AND LATE STAGES OF CKD IN RATS Juan Miguel Díaz Tocados Received Received
  416-SP Vitamin D3 modulates inflammatory response and expression of vitamin D-regulatory proteins in circulating monocytes of patients on dialysis with hypovitaminosis D Marion Schneider Meireles Received Received
  417-FP BONE TURNOVER MARKERS BONE DENSITY AND FRAGILITY FRACTURES IN RENAL TRANSPLANT CANDIDATES Hanne Skou Jrgensen Received Received
  418-SP EFFECT OF OMEGA-3 FATTY ACIDS ON NRF-2 EXPRESSION, APOPTOSIS, INFLAMMATION AND FIBROSIS IN CYCLOSPORINE INDUCED RAT MODEL Won Suk An Received Received
  420-SP LOW PROTEIN DIETS IN CKD: MULTIPLE AND FEASIBLE. A MULTICENTER STUDY (THE TOPI STUDY). marta nazha Received Received
  420-FP BONE MINERAL DENSITY AFTER STRENGTH TRAINING IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Denise Mafra Received Received
  421-FP PROGNOSTIC SIGNIFICANCE OF THE PRESENCE OF VERTEBRAL FRACTURES IN THE SURVIVAL OF CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS STAGES 3-5 NOT ON DIALYSIS. Cristina Castro-Alonso Received Received
  422-SP ANTI-INFLAMMATORY EFFECT OF WHITE WINE IN CKD PATIENTS AND HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS Massimiliano Migliori Received Received
  423-FP EFFECTS OF CALCIMIMETICS ON OSTEOCLAST-DEPENDENT BONE MINERALIZATION Kuo-Cheng Lu Received Received
  423-SP EFFECT OF SELENIUM SUPPLEMENTATION VIA BRAZIL NUT ON THYROID HORMONES LEVELS IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS: A PILOT STUDY. Mafra Denise Received Received
  424-SP ERYPTOSIS INDUCED BY INDOXYL SULFATE IS RELATED TO OXIDATIVE STRESS. Andrea N Moreno-Amaral Received Received
  425-FP TRADITIONAL AND NOVEL CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS AS PREDICTORS OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN NON-DIALYSIS CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Cristina Capusa Received Received
  426-SP ASSOCIATION BETWEEN INFLAMMATION AND RENAL INVOLVEMENT IN PSORIATIC ARTHRITIS Pana Camelia Received Received
  428-FP SEVERE DIETARY PHOSPHORUS RESTRICTION IS ASSOCIATED WITH REDUCED FGF23 LEVELS IN UREMIC RATS María Encarnación Rodríguez Ortiz Received Received
  429-SP CIRCULATING PLASMA PENTOSIDINE IN PRE-DIALYSIS, PRE-TRANSPLANT, PERITONEAL DIALYSIS (PD) AND HEMODIALYSIS (HD) PATIENTS (PTS) Anna Machowska Received Received
  429-FP FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR-23 AND PARATHYROID HORMONE PREDICT THE EXTENT OF AORTIC VALVE CALCIFICATIONS IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE NOT ON DIALYSIS Luca Di Lullo Received Received
  430-SP THE IMPACT OF PROCESSING MEAT PRODUCTS ON PHOSPHORUS INTAKE IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Rocío Caramelo Received Received
  431-SP CIRCULATING ALPHA-TOCOPHEROL AND INSULIN SENSITIVITY AMONG ELDERLY MEN WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Hong Xu Received Received
  431-FP EFFECTS OF RESISTANCE EXERCISE TRAINING ON BONE MARKERS IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Denise Mafra Received Received
  432-SP PREDICTORS OF ATRIAL CONDUCTION DELAY IN HEMODIALYSIS AND PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS: THE ROLE OF INFLAMMATION Kultigin Turkmen Received Received
  434-FP HYPERPARATHYROIDISM AND VITAMIN D LEVELS IN PATIENTS WITH STAGE III- IV CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Nurhan Seyahi Received Received
  434-SP SKELETAL MUSCLE AND BLOOD OXIDATIVE STRESS IN A CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE ANIMAL MODEL Christina Karatzaferi Received Received
  435-SP NUTRITION SCREEENING IN NEPHROLOGY INPATIENTS-A NATIONAL AUDIT. Emma Catling Received Received
  436-SP EFFECT OF LEVOCARNITINE ON LIPID METABOLISM AND OXIDATIVE STRESS IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Mariana Koziy Received Received
  436-FP SERUM BETA-CROSSLAPS AS PREDICTOR OF LONG-TERM PARATHYROID HORMONE LEVELS IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Coppolino Giuseppe Received Received
  437-FP PHOSPHATE BINDERS IN THE FOOD : A NOVEL THERAPEUTIC OPTION FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF HYPERPHOSPHATEMIA IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS Vincenzo Savica Received Received
  437-SP IMPROVEMENT OF PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE IN 5/6 NEPHRECTOMIZED CKD MODEL MICE THROUGH EPIGENETIC MODULATION OF PGC-1a EXPRESSION BY A GASTRIC HORMONE GHRELIN. Masanori Tamaki Received Received
  438-SP A SINGLE PHYSICAL FUNCTIONING SCORE PREDICTS MORTALITY IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS. A 10-YEAR PROSPECTIVE STUDY Giorgos Sakkas Received Received
  438-FP INCIDENCE AND RISK FACTORS FOR PROLONGED HUNGRY BONE DISEASE AFTER PARATHYROIDECTOMY IN DIALYZED PATIENTS Ileana PERIDE Received Received
  439-SP EXERCISE TRAINING AND DOPAMINE AGONISTS IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS WITH RESTLESS LEGS SYNDROME. A RANDOMIZED DOUBLE-BLIND PLACEBO CONTROLLED STUDY Giorgos Sakkas Received Received
  439-FP LEAN BODY MASS AND OSTEOPROTEGERIN CORRELATE WITH BONE MINERAL DENSITY IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Denise Mafra Received Received
  440-FP VITAMIN D STATUS IS UNRELATED TO FRACTURES IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Anindya Banerjee Received Received
  440-SP ACTIVE AGING ON HEMODIALYSIS: AN ADAPTED LOW INTENSITY EXERCISE PROGRAMME IN ELDERLY PATIENTS Vicent Esteve Simó Received Received
  441-SP EFFECTS OF A RENAL REHABILITATION EXERCISE PROGRAM IN PATIENTS WITH CKD: CONTROLLED TRIAL MISA MIURA Received Received
  443-SP PLASMA LEVELS OF MICRORNA IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE: PATTERNS IN ACUTE EXERCISE AND EXERCISE TRAINING Amaryllis Van Craenenbroeck Received Received
  444-SP IMPAIRED VASCULAR FUNCTION CONTRIBUTES TO EXERCISE INTOLERANCE IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Amaryllis Van Craenenbroeck Received Received
  445-SP CARDIAC AND NON-CARDIAC DETERMINANTS OF EXERCISE CAPACITY IN ASYMPTOMATIC NON-DIABETIC CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS Shanmugakumar Chinnappa Received Received
  445-FP PBI-4050 PROTECTS AGAINST RENAL AND PANCREATIC FIBROSIS IN TYPE II DIABETES Lyne Gagnon Received Received
  446-SP REHABILITATION IMPROVES PROGNOSIS AND ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Hideki Tsukahara Received Received
  446-FP A MICROPUNCTURE STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF SACCHARIN INFUSION ON RENAL GLUCOSE TRANSPORT IN RATS Gregory Jacquillet Received Received
  447-SP INTRADIALYTIC EXERCISE AND MYOCARDIAL STUNNING IN PATIENTS RECEIVING HEMODIALYSIS THERAPY Giorgos Sakkas Received Received
  448-SP THE EMPATHIC RELATIONSHIP: A USEFUL TOOL FOR IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF LIVE IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS? OUR EXPERIENCE. ANNAMARIA BRUZZESE Received Received
  448-FP TUBULAR OVEREXPRESSION OF GREMLIN IN TRANSGENIC MICE AGGRAVATES RENAL DAMAGE IN DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY Alejandra Droguett Received Received
  449-SP ENERGY EXPENDITURE AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE (ESRD): CROSS-SECTIONAL AND LONGITUDINAL OBSERVATIONS Natascha Broers Received Received
  449-FP PROPHYLACTIC VERSUS THERAPEUTIC POTENTIAL OF LOW-DOSE ERYTHROPOIETIN IN HYPOXIC EXPERIMENTAL DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY Rehab Ashour Received Received
  451-SP EFFECT OF ACIDOSIS ON MAXIMAL ISOMETRIC TENSION OF UREMIC PERMEABILIZED FIBRES Christina Karatzaferi Received Received
  451-FP SIGNIFICANCE OF RENAL AUTONOMIC NERVES FOR WEIGHT-REDUCTION BY SGLT2 INHIBITORS. aika hagiwara Received Received
  452-FP HIGH GLUCOSE PROMOTES APOPTOSIS IN GLOMERULAR PODOCYTES BY SUPPRESSING THE INSULIN SIGNALING PATHWAY Elias Katsoulieris Received Received
  453-SP RESISTANCE EXERCISE DOES NOT INCREASE MARKERS OF MUSCLE PROTEIN DEGRADATION IN PATIENTS WITH ADVANCED CKD Emma Watson Received Received
  453-FP THE ROLE OF BRAIN-DERIVED NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR (BDNF) IN DIABETES ASSOCIATED NEPHROPATHY AND COMORBID DEPRESSION Lilla Lenart Received Received
  454-SP ASSESSMENT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE AND RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPY William Hayhurst Received Received
  454-FP THE PATHOGENIC ROLES OF TOLL-LIKE RECEPTOR 4 SIGNALING IN DIABETIC TUBULOPATHY Wen-Chin LEE Received Received
  455-FP THE EFFECTS OF GLUCAGON-LIKE-PEPTIDE 1 AND VITAMIN D ON THE INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE OF ENDOTHELIAL CELLS EXPOSED TO A DIABETIC-LIKE ENVIRONMENT sydney Benchetrit Received Received
  456-FP CD362 MESENCHYMAL STEM CELL TREATMENT OF KIDNEY DISEASE IN TYPE 2 DIABETIC LEPR DB/DB MICE. Satish Kumar Devarapu Received Received
  456-SP AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM ACTIVITY ASSESSMENT USING PUPILLOMETRY AND HEART RATE VARIABILITY DURING INTRADIALYTIC EXERCISE TRAINING IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS. Giorgos Sakkas Received Received
  457-FP EFFECT OF AN ORAL ADSORBENT AST-120 ON GLOMERULAR AND TUBULAR INJURY IN METABOLIC SYNDROME/DIABETES RATS Rieko Aoki Received Received
  458-FP THE EXPRESSION OF FULL LENGTH MMP-2 AND INTRACELLULAR N-TERMINAL TRUNCATED MMP-2 ISOFORM IN DIABETIC KIDNEY DISEASE Sang Heon Song Received Received
  458-SP RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SYSTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE AND RISK OF CARDIOVASCULAR EVENTS AND ALL CAUSE OF MORTALITY IN PATIENTS WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES AND RENAL IMPAIREMNT IN THE PRESENCE OR ABSENCE OF ALBUMINURIA- THE SWEDISH NATIONAL DAIBETES REGISTER (NDR). Hanri Afghahi Received Received
  459-SP BOTH LOW AND HIGH SYSTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE INCREASES THE RISK OF CARDIOVASCULAR EVENTS AND ALL-CAUSE OF MORTALITY IN PATIENTS WITH TYPE 2-DIABETES AND RENAL IMPAIRMENT WITHOUT PREVIOUS CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE OR CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE Maria Svensson Received Received
  460-FP THE INACTIVE FORM OF MATRIX GLA PROTEIN (MGP) IS NOT ASSOCIATED WITH MGP GENE PROMOTER T-138C POLYMORPHISM IN PATIENTS WITH DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY STEFANOS ROUMELIOTIS Received Received
  460-SP RENAL BIOPSY IN DIABETIC PATIENTS: A META-ANALYSIS AND META-REGRESSION OF 48 STUDIES Marco Fiorentino Received Received
  462-FP TIME-DEPENDENT EFFECTS OF ONCOSTATIN M IN THE PRESENCE OF IL-1B ON CCL2/MCP-1 mRNA EXPRESSION IN HUMAN PROXIMAL TUBULAR CELLS Rita Sarkzi Received Received
  462-SP URINARY PODOCYTES ARE ASSOCIATED WITH PROXIMAL TUBULE DYSFUNCTION IN TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS PATIENTS: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY Ligia Petrica Received Received
  464-FP DELETION OF ACE2 GENE IMPAIRS GLUCOSE HOMEOSTASIS IN NOD MICE Heleia Roca-Ho Received Received
  465-FP COMP-ANGIOPOIETIN-1 AMELIORATES STREPTOZOTOCIN-INDUCED RENAL INFLAMMATION YU JIN JUNG Received Received
  465-SP LONG-TERM MORTALITY IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANT PATIENTS WITH PTDM IS BETTER PREDICTED BY GLUCOSE CRITERIA THAN WITH HBA1C CRITERIA anders Hartmann Received Received
  466-SP IMPACT OF AUTOLOGOUS BONE MARROW-DERIVED STEM CELLS TO MARKERS OF RENAL DETERIORATION IN TYPE 1 DIABETES MELLITUS WITH NEPHROPATHY Abduzhappar Gaipov Received Received
  466-FP ASSOCIATION OF MONOCYTE CHEMOATTRACTANT PROTEIN-1 -2518AG POLYMORPHISM WITH CAROTID ARTERY INTIMA-MEDIA THICKNESS IN PATIENTS WITH DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY STEFANOS ROUMELIOTIS Received Received
  467-FP PLASMA VISFATIN CONCENTRATION IN PATIENTS WITH DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY Polina Semenovykh Received Received
  467-SP METFORMIN USE IN DIABETES MELLITUS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE - IS LACTIC ACIDOSIS A REAL CONCERN ? Ravindra Attur Prabhu Received Received
  468-SP DIABETES MELLITUS AND RENAL DISEASE: RESULTS OF A GENERAL POPULATION SURVEY IN SPAIN Nicolas Roberto Robles Perez-Monteoliva Received Received
  469-FP RENOPROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF EPIGALLOCATECHIN GALLATE AND CANDESARTAN ON STREPTOZOTOCIN INDUCED DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY IN MICE JONG HOON CHUNG Received Received
  470-FP TOPIROXOSTAT SHOWED THE POTENT INHIBITION OF PLASMA XANTHINE OXIDOREDUCTASE (XOR) ACTIVITY COMPARED WITH OTHER XOR INHIBITOR ON TYPE 2 DIABETIC MICE Takashi Nakamura Received Received
  470-SP DPP-4 INHIBITOR,VILDAGLIPTIN IS EFFECTIVE IN REDUCING ALBUMINURIA IN EARLY STAGES OF DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY DIMITRIS XIDAKIS Received Received
  472-FP GLYCOPROTEIN AND VIRUS ELIMINATION BY LECTIN AFFINITY PLASMAPHERESIS Benjamin Koch Received Received
  472-SP RISK FACTORS FOR NON-DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY IN DIABETIC PATIENTS Sheila Bermejo Received Received
  473-FP THE USE OF HIGH-FLUX MEMBRANES IS NOT ASSOCIATED WITH IMPROVED SURVIVAL OF PATIENTS ON HEMODIALYSIS Emilio Sanchez-Alvarez Received Received
  473-SP ACHIEVING OPTIMAL DIABETES CARE; IS IT TIME TO RETHINK THE MANAGEMENT OF DIABETIC HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS? Emily McQuarrie Received Received
  474-SP TREATMENT WITH A GLUCAGON-LIKE PEPTIDE-1 RECEPTOR AGONIST LIRAGLUTIDE DECREASES ALBUMINURIA IN OVERWEIGHT TYPE 2 DIABETIC PATIENTS Ingrid Prka&269;in Received Received
  474-FP THE DOREMIFA (DOSE RESPONSE MULTICENTER INVESTIGATION ON FLUID ASSESSMENT) TRIAL: FILTER AND CIRCUIT LIFESPAN IN CRRT Anna Lorenzin Received Received
  475-FP PREDICTION AND VALIDATION OF HEMODIALYSIS DURATION IN INTENTIONAL METHANOL POISONING Mohsen Agharazii Received Received
  476-SP COLOUR DOPPLER ULTRASOUND FOR PERITONEAL CATHETER MALFUNCTION Matthias Zeiler Received Received
  476-FP MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF PHOSPHATE REBOUND DURING WEEKLY CYCLE OF HEMODIALYSIS SESSIONS Jacek Waniewski Received Received
  477-SP QUATERNARY AMMONIUM POLYETHYLENEIMINE NANOPARTICLES: ANTIMICROBIAL EVALUATION AGAINST BACTERIA FROM PERITONEAL DIALYSIS RELATED PERITONITIS. Agustín Ortega Received Received
  477-FP EFFECT OF HEMODIAFILTRATION ON MORTALITY IN THE FRENCH REIN REGISTRY lucile mercadal Received Received
  478-SP TRANSITION FROM PERITONEAL DIALYSIS TO HEMODIALYSIS: WHAT REALLY MATTERS? Ferrer Francisco Received Received
  479-SP THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN GLUCOSE EXPOSURE AND THE RISK OF PERITONITIS IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS Anouk van Diepen Received Received
  480-FP BE AWARE OF CALCIUM GAIN WHEN USING CITRATE-BASED DIALYSATE FOR CHRONIC HAEMODIAFILTRATION Jan Havlin Received Received
  481-FP A SINGLE-BLIND RANDOMISED CONTROLLED CROSSOVER STUDY OF RECOVERY TIME IN HIGH-FLUX HAEMODIALYSIS AND HAEMODIAFILTRATION James Smith Received Received
  481-SP ASSOCIATIONS OF RENALASE WITH EPICARDIAL FAT TISSUE THICKNESS AND LEFT VENTRICLE HYPERTROPHY IN PATIENTS UNDER PERITONEAL DIALYSIS TREATMENT Deniz Ayl&305; Received Received
  482-FP IMPACT OF GENDER-SPECIFIC MINIMUM HAEMODIALYSIS DOSE ON SURVIVAL Sivakumar Sridharan Received Received
  482-SP HYDRATION STATUS OF PATIENTS DIALYZED WITH BIOCOMPATIBLE PERITONEAL DIALYSIS FLUIDS Michal Chmielewski Received Received
  483-FP IMPACT OF ON-LINE PRE-DILUTION HEMODIAFILTRATION FOR IMPROVED REMOVAL OF FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR-23 Kenji Sakurai Received Received
  483-SP EXCESS WEIGHT GAIN DURING THE FIRST YEAR OF PERITONEAL DIALYSIS IS A RISK FACTOR FOR A RAPID DECREASE IN RESIDUAL RENAL FUNCTION Sung Jin Moon Received Received
  484-FP GRANULOCYTE APHERESIS IN REFRACTORY ULCERATIVE COLITIS: COMPARISON BETWEEN TWO THERAPEUTIC REGIMENS AMIR SHABAKA Received Received
  485-SP MULTYPLE PCR FOR TYPIFICATION OF GLYCOPEPTIDE RESISTANT BACTERIA (GRB) COLONIZATION IN PD PATIENTS MANUEL MACIA Received Received
  486-SP EXPOSURE TO PERITONEAL DIALYSATES RESULTS IN LOCAL PERITONEAL INFLAMMATION AND EXTRACELLULAR WATER EXPANSION. Kwanpeemai Panorchan Received Received
  486-FP CHARACTERIZATION OF THE TRANSCRIPTOMIC PROFILE OF PERIPHERAL BLOOD MONONUCLEAR CELLS (PBMCS) OF PATIENTS WITH FAMILIAL HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA (FH) TREATED WITH LOW-DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN-APHERESIS (LDL-A) SIMONA SIMONE Received Received
  487-SP VALIDITY OF DUAL ENERGY X-RAY ABSORPTIOMETRY AND BIOIMPEDANCE IN ASSESSING BODY COMPOSITION AND NUTRITION IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS Velena Popovic Received Received
  488-FP PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF DIALYSIS STUDY: SINGLE POOL VARIABLE-VOLUME CALCIUM KINETIC MODEL Fabio Carfagna Received Received
  488-SP CHRONIC PERITONEAL DIALYSIS IN CHILDREN: SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE OVER 18 YEARS Alev Yilmaz Received Received
  489-SP CONTINUOUS ERYTHROPOIESIS ACTIVATOR HAS A FAVORABLE EFFECTS FOR IRON UTILIZATION AMONG PERITONEAL DILAYSIS PATINTS WITHOUT ABSOLUTE IRON DEFICIENCY. Takeshi HASEGAWA Received Received
  490-SP COMPARISON OF PERITONEAL DIALYSIS AND HEMODIALYSIS SURVIVAL IN ELDERLY PATIENTS Yoshio Matsushita Received Received
  491-FP DETERMINATION OF VASCULAR REFILLING VOLUME IN HAEMODIALYSIS Susanne Kron Received Received
  491-SP EFFECTS OF CHRONIC KIDNEY FAILURE AND EXPOSURE TO DIFFERENT DIALYSIS SOLUTIONS ON THE PERITONEAL MEMBRANE Carmen Vlahu Received Received
  492-SP RED BLOOD CELL DISTRIBUTION WIDTH AS A PROGNOSTIC MARKER OF MORTALITY IN PATIENTS ON PERITONEAL DIALYSIS In O Sun Received Received
  493-SP NUTRITIONAL ASSESSMENT OF A PERITONEAL DIALYSIS POPULATION: AN ANALYSIS OF THE DIETETIC INTERVENTION AND NUTRITION EDUCATION. Helen Clackson Received Received
  493-FP USE OF FONDAPARINUX FOR EXTRACORPOREAL CIRCUIT ANTICOAGULATION IN PATIENTS WITH HEPARIN-INDUCED THROMBOCYTOPENIA TYPE II (HIT II) ON HAEMODIAFILTRATION (HDF) Simona Zerbi Received Received
  494-SP CORRELATION OF RESIDUAL RENAL FUNCTION WITH CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS: A MULTICENTRE STUDY Nikolina Basic-Jukic Received Received
  495-SP PERITONEAL CATHETER INSERTION: PRE-PERITONEAL TUNNELING IN LAPAROSCOPIC TECHNIQUE, A SINGLE CENTRE EXPERIENCE ALEX COSARO Received Received
  495-FP A MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF PROTEIN-BOUND UREMIC TOXIN KINETICS DURING HEMODIALYSIS AND EFFECT OF TOXIN DISPLACEMENT Vaibhav Maheshwari Received Received
  496-FP CHARACTERIZATION OF DIALYZER MEMBRANES BY MALDI MASS SPECTROMETRIC IMAGING TECHNIQUES Joachim Jankowski Received Received
  496-SP DIFFERENCES IN HYDRATION STATUS IN ANURIC AND NON-ANURIC PATIENTS IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS ASSESSED BY BIOIMPEDANCE SPECTROSCOPY. Gonzalo Martinez Fernandez Received Received
  497-SP FGF23, PHOSPHATURIA, AND VASCULAR CALCIFICATION IN A PERITONEAL DIALYSIS POPULATION WITH RESIDUAL RENAL FUNCTION Sofia Santos Received Received
  497-FP DUAL EFFECT OF ENOXAPARIN ON OXIDATIVE STRESS MODULATORS DURING REGULAR HD VS HEPARIN-FREE HD WITH EVODIAL DIALYZER Jacek Borawski Received Received
  499-SP THE DIALYSATE / PLASMA PHOSPHATE RATIO IN THE CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PERMEABILITY OF THE PERITONEAL MEMBRANE Carmen Felipe Received Received
  500-SP DETERMINANTS OF RESIDUAL RENAL FUNCTION COURSE DURING INCREMENTAL PERITONEAL DIALYSIS Anna Giuliani Received Received
  500-FP CITRATE-BASED DIALYSATE AND MUSCLE CRAMPS: A SIGNIFICANT PROPORTION OF DIALYSIS PATIENTS COULD HAVE A REDUCED CITRATE METABOLIZING CAPACITY. Pierre-Yves Durand Received Received
  501-FP TRANSCUTANEOUS ELECTRICAL MUSCLE STIMULATION: AN EFFECTIVE TREATMENT FOR SYMPTOMATIC PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Konstantin Vishnevskii Received Received
  501-SP STRAIGHT VERSUS SWAN-NECK PERITONEAL DIALYSIS CATHETERS: PATIENT, TECHNIQUE SURVIVAL AND OUTCOMES, A 20-YEAR SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE Dimitra Biblaki Received Received
  503-SP FRACTIONAL EXCRETION OF PHOSPHORUS: LONGITUDINAL EVALUATION AND CLINICAL IMPACT ON A CHRONIC PERITONEAL DIALYSIS COHORT Sofia Santos Received Received
  504-SP EVALUATION OF THE TRAJECTORY OF PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS. A MULTI-STATE APPROACH Laetitia Teixeira Received Received
  505-FP EVALUATION OF PHOSPHOCALCIC PROFILE IN PATIENTS ON CHRONIC HEMODIALYSIS: COMPRATIVE STUDY BETWEEN HEMODIALYSIS BICARBONATE AND ACETATE FREE BIOFILTRATION AT 84 Wissem ABDELKAFI Received Received
  506-FP BETA-2-MICROGLOBULIN LEVELS IN ESRD PATIENTS TREATED WITH ON-LINE POSTDILUTION HAEMODIAFILTRATION Helmut Schiffl Received Received
  506-SP INFLUENCE OF NUTRITIONAL STATUS ON ANEMIA TREATMENT IN CROATIAN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS: A MULTICENTRE STUDY Josipa Radi&263; Received Received
  507-FP EFFECT OF DIALYSATE FLOW RATE (QD) ON SMALL AND MIDDLE MOLECULAR SOLUTE REMOVAL IN HIGH-EFFICIENCY ON-LINE HAEMODIAFILTRATION (OL-HDF) Luciano A. Pedrini Received Received
  507-SP FACTORS AFFECTING LONG TERM TECHNIQUE SURVIVAL OF PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS STYLIANOS PANAGOUTSOS Received Received
  508-FP HEMODIALYSIS VERSUS CONTINUOUS VENOVENOUS HEMOFILTRATION TREATMENT OF METFORMIN ASSOCIATED LACTIC ACIDOSIS IN RENAL FAILURE PATIENTS Cornelis Vermeij Received Received
  508-SP THE EFFECTS OF HIV INFECTION ON PERITONEAL DIALYSIS ASSOCIATED PERITONITIS Kwazi Celani Zwakele Ndlovu Received Received
  510-SP COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF DIALYTIC THERAPY IN THE AUTONOMOUS PROVINCE OF TRENTO (ITALY) diana zarantonello Received Received
  511-SP PERITONEAL DIALYSIS: INFECTIOUS AGENTS OR NORMAL MICROBIOTA Liliana Simes Silva Received Received
  511-FP EFFECT OF HEMODIALYSIS MODALITY ON ALL CAUSE MORTALITY OF DIABETIC PATIENTS- 36 MONTHS FOLLOW UP Petar Djuric Received Received
  512-SP THE DAILY TOTAL DIALYSATE VOLUME NEEDED TO ACHIEVE THE SMALL SOLUTE CLEARANCE TARGETS IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS Suchai Sritippayawan Received Received
  513-FP EXTENDED USE OF THE EXTRACORPOREAL CIRCUIT IN VIVIA SYSTEM: ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC BENEFITS Angelito Bernardo Received Received
  513-SP THE DIALYSIS DOSE VALUED BY KT/V AND CLEARANCE OF CREATININE AS PREDICTORS OF THE PRESENCE OF COMPLICATIONS IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING PERITONEAL DIALYSIS IN A HOSPITAL OF SECOND LEVEL IN JALISCO, MEXICO MANUEL ENRIQUE GUERRERO RUIZ Received Received
  514-FP URAEMIC TOXIN CONCENTRATION VARIABILITY IN HD PATIENTS: CAN WE STILL RELY ON THE RESULTS OF CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDIES? Sunny Eloot Received Received
  517-FP PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF DIALYSIS STUDY: ACCURACY OF A SINGLE POOL VARIABLE-VOLUME CALCIUM KINETIC MODEL WITH DIFFERENT CALCIUM DIALYSATE CONCENTRATIONS Fabio Carfagna Received Received
  517-SP EVOLUTION OF BODY COMPOSITION AND THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PERITONEAL MEMBRANE IN PATIENTS ON PERITONEAL DIALYSIS (PD) AND THEIR POSSIBLE RELATIONSHIPS. Carmen Felipe Fernandez Received Received
  518-SP PNEUMOCOCCAL PERITONITIS IN PERITONEAL DYALISIS Tiago Pereira Received Received
  518-FP HYDRATION STATUS: NOT JUST A MATTER OF NUMBERS Sara Battistoni Received Received
  519-FP ADEQUACY OF CONVECTIVE VOLUME DELIVERED BY CONTROL SYSTEM AUTOSUB (FRESENIUS) AND ULTRACONTROL (HOSPAL) WITH THE VOLUME OF 23,7 LITRES SUGGESTED BY THE ESHOL STUDY. Guillaume Claisse Received Received
  519-SP PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS ARE MORE HYPERVOLEMIC THAN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS: TRUTH OR MYTH Alice Lanca Received Received
  521-SP OPPORTUNISTIC PATHOGENS CARRIAGE IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS: A SINGLE-CENTER STUDY Iryna Shifris Received Received
  522-SP KOCURIA SPP AS RESPONSIBLE FOR PERITONITIS AND EXIT-SITE INFECTIONS IN PATIENTS IN A PERITONEAL DIALYSIS UNIT IN MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA Maria Isabel Matinez Marin Received Received
  523-FP ROLE OF ADSORPTION IN THE REMOVAL OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS-ASSOCIATED MEDIATORS BY DIFFERENT DIALYSIS MEMBRANES Nans Florens Received Received
  524-FP THE LONG-TERM USE OF CITRATE-ENRICHED DIALYSATE REDUCES THE PLASMA LEVEL OF C-REACTIVE PROTEIN IN DIALYSIS PATIENTS Hartmut Wolf Received Received
  525-FP THE EFFECT OF EXTENDED DURATION THRICE-WEEKLY IN-CENTER HEMODIALYSIS SESSIONS ON PREVALENT ESRD PATIENTS Georgios Vlachopanos Received Received
  525-SP TRANSPERITONEAL CALCIUM BALANCE WITH THE USE OF LOW-CALCIUM PERITONEAL DIALYSIS SOLUTION IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS Sandra Beltrán Received Received
  526-SP CALCULATED SERUM OSMOLALITY IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS IS ASSOCIATED TO PERITONEAL CLEARANCE, TRANSPORT TYPE AND FLUID REMOVAL Matthias Zeiler Received Received
  526-FP EFFECTS OF SODIUM CHANGES ON MEASURING RELATIVE BLOOD VOLUME: COMPARISONS BETWEEN THREE HEMODIALYSIS DEVICES Susanne Kron Received Received
  528-SP CINACALCET IN A ONE CENTER PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS: WHAT COULD WE EXPECT? Sara Querido Received Received
  528-FP PROBING THE DRY WEIGHT BY BIOIMPEDANCE: THE RE.S.T./COLLABORATIVE STUDY INITIATIVE Carlo Basile Received Received
  529-SP WHAT FACTORS RELATE TO PERITONEAL DIALYSIS DROP OUT? RESULTS FROM A SINGLE UNITED KINGDOM CENTRE roderick prawiradiradja Received Received
  530-FP PHENOL AND P-CRESOL DEPURATION IN HEMODIALYSIS WITH DIFFERENT MEMBRANES AND TECHNIQUES AMIR SHABAKA Received Received
  531-FP RECOVERY TIME AFTER HEMODIALYSIS OR ONLINE HEMODIAFILTRATION IS ASSOCIATED WITH DIALYSIS EFFICIENCY AND HEMOGLOBIN VALUE Remus Aurel Orasan Received Received
  535-SP EFFECT OF HEMODIALYSIS SYSTOLIC AND DIASTOLIC PERFORMANCE OF RIGHT VENTRICLE IN PATIENTS WITH END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE Kostantinos Tsilonis Received Received
  535-FP ARTERIAL LINE VERSUS VENOUS LINE ADMINISTRATION OF LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT HEPARIN, ENOXAPARIN FOR PREVENTION OF THROMBOSIS IN THE EXTRACORPOREAL BLOOD CIRCUIT OF PATIENTS ON HAEMODIALYSIS OR HAEMODIAFILTRATION - A RANDOMIZED CROSS-OVER TRIAL KURTKOTI JAGADEESH Received Received
  536-SP OPTICAL ASSESSMENT OF CALCIFICATION MARKERS PHOSPHORUS AND CALCIUM DURING HEMODIALYSIS Ivo Fridolin Received Received
  539-SP HIGH-SENSITIVE CARDIAC TROPONIN I IN ASYMPTOMATIC PATIENTS UNDERGOING CHRONIC HAEMODIALYSIS TREATMENT Andrea Manzione Received Received
  539-FP DAILY HOME HEMODIALYSIS IS AN AVAILABLE OPTION OF RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPY IN SPAIN Almudena Vega Received Received
  540-SP DECREASE OF HEART RATE VARIABILITY ARE PREDICTOR OF PATIENT OUTCOME IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Nanami Kida Received Received
  540-FP EFFECT OF MODALITY AND DURATION OF HEMODIALYSIS ON PARAMETERS OF ADEQUACY AND ALL-CAUSE MORTALITY- 36 MONTHS FOLLOW UP Petar Djuric Received Received
  541-FP INDOXYL SULFATE RELATED TO PROTEIN INTAKE AND INTRAHEMODIALYSIS ARTERIAL PRESSURE VARIATION, AND 2-MICROGLOBULIN TO ALBUMIN LEVELS AND INFLAMMATION Joan Gascó Received Received
  542-SP UNEXPECTEDLY HIGH PREVALENCE OF CRITIC CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE IN ASYMPTOMATIC DIALYSIS PATIENTS SCREENED FOR TRANSPLANT WAIT LIST. Claudio Musetti Received Received
  543-FP POST DIALYTIC ALKALOSIS: HEMODIALYSIS BICARBONATE VERSUS ACETATE FREE BIOFILTRATION AT 84 PER THOUSAND Wissem ABDELKAFI Received Received
  543-SP HYPOMAGNESEMIA IS A SIGNIFICANT PREDICTOR OF ALL-CAUSE AND CARDIOVASCULAR MORTALITY IN MAINTENANCE HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Gjulsen Selim Received Received
  544-FP PROMETHEUS LIVER SUPPORT THERAPY IN HUNGARY Csaba Rikker Received Received
  544-SP Hemodialysis and hemodiafiltration improve serum calcification propensity. Marijke Dekker Received Received
  545-FP EFFECTIVENESS OF INTERMITTENT INFUSION HEMODIAFILTRATION (I-HDF) USING ULTRAPURE DIALYSIS FLUID MICHIO MINESHIMA Received Received
  546-SP CONVERSION FROM LOW TO HIGH MAGNESIUM DIALYSATE: A SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE Michael S. Balzer Received Received
  546-FP WHICH IS THE CRITICAL ABSOLUTE BLOOD VOLUME FOR INTRADIALYTIC MORBID EVENTS? Susanne Kron Received Received
  547-FP INTEREST TO MEASURE KT/V BY IONIC DIALYSANCE USING ONLINE CLEARANCE MONITORING FOR EVALUATION OF THE DIALYSIS DOSE Wissem ABDELKAFI Received Received
  547-SP RISK PROFILING BASED ON CARDIAC AUTONOMIC MODULATION AND REPOLARISATION INDICES FROM INTRADIALYTIC COMPUTERIZED ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY Dimitrios Poulikakos Received Received
  548-SP INTRA DIALYTIC HYPOTENSION: CHARACTERISTICS OF PATIENTS MOST AT RISK AND POTENTIAL PREVENTATIVE STRATEGIES Nicholas Sangala Received Received
  548-FP ANTICOAGULATION DURING EXTENDED USE WITH NOVEL HOME HEMODIALYSIS DEVICE Angelito Bernardo Received Received
  549-FP EARLY LEUKOCYTE ACTIVATION ANTIGEN CD69 LIMITS PERITONEAL FIBROSIS BY REGULATING THE T HELPER 17/REGULATORY T CELL BALANCE GEORGIOS LIAPPAS Received Received
  549-SP BLOOD PRESSURE AND CARDIAC VALVE CALCIFICATION IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE OLEKSANDR SUSLA Received Received
  550-SP FACING DIALYSIS HYPOTENSION: TOOLS AND CLINICAL ISSUES. Marita Marengo Received Received
  551-FP INTERSTITIAL FIBROSIS RESTRICTS OSMOTIC WATER TRANSPORT IN ENCAPSULATING PERITONEAL SCLEROSIS Johann Morelle Received Received
  552-FP A SIMPLE MODEL TO PREDICT ENCAPSULATING PERITONEAL SCLEROSIS IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING PERITONEAL DIALYSIS: A 20 YEARS PROSPECTIVE CONTROLLED LONGITUDINAL COHORT STUDY OF PERITONEAL MEMBRANE FUNCTION Vincenzo La Milia Received Received
  552-SP PARAOXONASE 1 AND HDL3-CHOLESTEROL LEVELS IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC RENAL DISEASE Eirini Grapsa Received Received
  553-SP DOES PULSE PRESSURE CORRELATE WITH CARDIOVASCULAR CALCIFICATIONS IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS? Saimir Seferi Received Received
  554-FP OSMOTIC WATER TRANSPORT INDUCED BY ICODEXTRIN OCCURS INDEPENDENTLY OF WATER CHANNELS AND RESEMBLES COLLOID OSMOSIS Johann Morelle Received Received
  554-SP LONG-TERM CONTINUOUS AMBULATORY PERITONEAL DIALYSIS FOR PRESERVING CARDIAC FUNCTION KAZUHITO TAKEDA Received Received
  555-SP VASCALC SCORE AND THE PROGRESSION OF VASCULAR CALCIFICATION IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Hiroshi Tanaka Received Received
  557-FP DUAL INHIBITION OF CLASSICAL PROTEIN KINASE C-ALPHA AND BETA ISOFORMS REDUCES EPITHELIAL-TO-MESENCHYMAL TRANSITION OF MESOTHELIAL CELLS AND PREVENTS PERITONEAL DAMAGE IN A MOUSE MODEL OF CHRONIC PERITONEAL EXPOSURE TO HIGH GLUCOSE DIALYSATE Nelli Shushakova Received Received
  558-SP RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RESTLESS LEGS SYNDROME AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Shigeru Otsubo Received Received
  559-FP ELEVATED CIRCULATING S100A12 ASSOCIATES WITH VASCULAR DISEASE AND CLINICAL OUTCOME IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS Naohito Isoyama Received Received
  559-SP EFFECTIVENESS AND SAFETY OF WARFARIN USE FOR CARDIAC INDICATIONS IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS ahamed chaaban Received Received
  560-FP DECORIN INHIBITS EPITHELIAL-TO-MESENCHYMAL TRANSITION AND FIBRONECTIN SYNTHESIS IN PERITONEAL MESOTHELIAL CELLS Susan Yung Received Received
  560-SP COMPARISON OF THE HEMODYNAMIC TOLERANCE AND THE BIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS OF FOUR ACETATE-FREE DIALYSIS METHODS IN A GROUP OF THRICE WEEKLY HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Georgios KOSMADAKIS Received Received
  563-SP GELSOLIN IS ASSOCIATED WITH PROGRESSION OF AORTIC ARCH CALCIFICATION IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS CHIOU TERRY Received Received
  564-SP HIGH SENSITIVITY TROPONINS; 3-MONTH VARIATION IN HEMODIALYSIS AND PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS Sunna Snaedal Received Received
  565-SP A SIX-MONTH INTRADIALYTIC EXERCISE PROGRAMME HAS ANTI-INFLAMMATORY EFFECTS ON CIRCULATING MONOCYTE PHENOTYPES AND REGULATORY T CELLS BUT NOT ON CYTOKINE CONCENTRATION Maurice Dungey Received Received
  565-FP PERITONEAL DIALYSIS IN ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY: TRENDS IN THE OUTCOME ACROSS TIME PERIODS Daniela Ponce Received Received
  566-SP SKIN AUTOFLUORESCENCE IS A PREDICTOR OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS Kimie Nara Received Received
  566-FP DYNAMICS OF NUTRITIONAL AND METABOLIC MARKERS BEFORE DEATH IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS: RESULTS FROM BRAZPD, A NATIONWIDE PROSPECTIVE STUDY Viviane Calice-Silva Received Received
  567-FP PERITONEAL DIALYSIS DROP-OUT IN CONTEMPORARY COHORT: LOWER TECHNIQUE FAILURE AND HIGHER TRANSPLANTATION RATE Andreia Campos Received Received
  567-SP STUDY OF HEPATITIS C VIRUS-RELATED CRYOGLOBULINEMIC VASCULITIS IN CHRONIC HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Takayasu Taira Received Received
  568-SP FACTORS INFLUENCING SERUM CARDIAC TROPONIN T (cTnT) IN STABLE EXTRACORPOREAL DIALYSIS (ED) PATIENTS Alicja Grzegorzewska Received Received
  569-SP SOLUBLE ST2 IS ASSOCIATED WITH NTPROBNP AND C-REACTIVE PROTEIN IN CKD PATIENTS ON HEMODIALYSIS Robert Ekart Received Received
  570-SP ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC CORRELATES OF HYPERHYDRATION IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS Anna Giuliani Received Received
  570-FP THE EFFECT OF HIV INFECTION ON SHORT TERM OUTCOMES AMONG PATIENTS UNDERGOING PERITONEAL DIALYSIS Kwazi Celani Zwakele Ndlovu Received Received
  571-SP ARTERIAL STIFFNESS AND ITS PROGNOSTIC VALUE IN MAINTENANCE HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Liangying Gan Received Received
  571-FP EFFECT OF ICODEXTRIN SOLUTION ON PRESERVATION OF RESIDUAL RENAL FUNCTION IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS Seung Hyeok Han Received Received
  572-FP PERITONEAL DIALYSIS ABANDONMENT: PORTUGUESE REALITY Sequeira Andrade Received Received
  573-FP DECIPHERING THE PERITONEAL MONONUCLEAR PHAGOCYTE SYSTEM IN MICE: STEADY STATE AND INFLAMMATION Chia-Te Liao Received Received
  573-SP ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC EVALUATION OF ACUTE CHANGES IN NOVEL INDICES OF LEFT VENTRICULAR SYSTOLIC AND DIASTOLIC FUNCTION DURING HEMODIALYSIS IN END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE PATIENTS Kostantinos Tsilonis Received Received
  574-SP EICOSAPENTAENOIC ACID AND PREVALENCE OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Tomoko Honda Received Received
  574-FP IS ADAPTED APD MORE EFFICIENT THAN CONVENTIONAL APD? A COMPUTER SIMULATION STUDY Carl Oberg Received Received
  575-SP PREDICTIVE VALUE OF MEASURES OF VASCULAR CALCIFICATION FOR RISK OF DEATH IN INCIDENT DIALYSIS PATIENTS Antonio Bellasi Received Received
  575-FP IS KLOTHO GEN POLYMORPHISM (KGP) A CONTRIBUTING FACTOR IN DETERMINING THE RATE OF RESIDUAL RENAL FUNCTION LOSS IN PD PATIENTS? Gulay Demirtas Received Received
  578-SP ASSOCIATION BETWEEN INITIAL VASCULAR ACCESS AND SURVIVAL IN HEMODIALYSIS ACCORDING TO AGE Ha Yeon Kim Received Received
  579-FP THE INFLUENCE OF EARLY PERITONITIS APPEARANCE ON TECHNIQUE FAILURE FOR PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS STYLIANOS PANAGOUTSOS Received Received
  580-FP MUSCLE STRENGTH, MUSCLE MASS AND ARTERIAL STIFFNESS IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS Hong Xu Received Received
  581-SP 37 CASES OF STUCK CATHETER: RESULTS OF AN ITALIAN SURVEY Giacomo Forneris Received Received
  581-FP EDTA IMPROVES THE CELL COUNT RESULTS IN THE LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS OF PD PERITONITIS Fatima Abdelaal Received Received
  582-SP GRAM NEGATIVE BACTERAEMIA RATES IN HAEMODIALYSIS eleanor murray Received Received
  582-FP PENTRAXIN3 EXPRESSION IN A RAT MODEL OF PERITONEAL DIALYSIS Nana Ishimatsu Received Received
  583-SP AVOIDING THE NEED FOR DIALYSIS LINES: OUTCOMES OF PRE-EMPTIVE AVF FORMATION - A SINGLE CENTRE RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS RAJA MOHAMMED KAJA KAMAL Received Received
  584-FP PERITONEAL CELL-FREE DNA: AN INNOVATIVE METHOD FOR DETERMINING ACUTE CELL DAMAGE IN PERITONEAL MEMBRANE AND FOR MONITORING THE RECOVERY PROCESS AFTER PERITONITIS. Grazia Maria Virzì Received Received
  585-SP BUTTONHOLE NEEDLING AS SAFE AS ROPE-LADDER PUNCTURE METHOD Kazuhiko Shibata Received Received
  585-FP EVALUATION OF SULODEXIDE EFFECT ON THE PERITONEAL PROTEIN LOSSAND THE DIALYSIS QUALITY yosra guedri Received Received
  586-SP A RETROSPECTIVE OBSERVATIONAL STUDY ON THE OUTCOMES OF SYNTHETIC ARTERIOVENOUS GRAFTS USED FOR HAEMODIALYSIS IN NHS GRAMPIAN Victoria Weir Received Received
  587-FP ASSOCIATION OF BASELINE LEVELS OF PRO-INFLAMMATORY CYTOKINES WITH THE NEAR 7-YEAR MORTALITY RATE IN INCIDENT PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS Yao-Lung Liu Received Received
  588-SP IS IT POSSIBLE TO PREDICT THE MATURATION OUTCOME OF THE ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULAS FOR HEMODIALYSIS BASED ON MORPHOLOGICAL AND FUNCTIONAL PARAMETERS OF BLOOD VESSELS? Tamara Jemcov Received Received
  588-FP MODIFICATION OF OVERHYDRATATION AND ESTIMATIONS OF NUTRITIONAL COMPARTMENTS USING BIOIMPEDANCE BCM-FRESENIUS MONITOR AFTER DIFFERENT RESTING TIME IN PATIENTS IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS. BORREGO UTIEL FRANCISCO JOSE Received Received
  589-FP A COST EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS OF PERITONEAL DIALYSIS VERSUS IN-CENTER HEMODIALYSIS IN ITALY Laura Caliari Received Received
  589-SP IS THERE A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ARTERIOVENOUS ACCESS FLOW AND CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS IN HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS? Ivo Laranjinha Received Received
  590-FP FERRIC CITRATE (FC) AS A PHOSPHATE BINDER IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS (PD) Laura Greene Received Received
  591-SP RESULTS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A PROTOCOL FOR EARLY DETECTION OF COLONIZATION OF TUNNELED VENOUS CATHETERS IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Garcia-Fernandez Nuria Received Received
  592-FP FACTORS ASSOCIATED TO ULTRAFILTRAFILTRATION IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS Joanna Stachowska-Pietka Received Received
  593-SP NEUTROLIN, A CATHETER LOCK SOLUTION (CLS) WITH NO REPORTED HUMAN RESISTANCE, SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCES THE RATES OF INFECTION AND THROMBOSIS IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS ENROLLED IN A POST-APPROVAL SURVEILLANCE STUDY Antony Pfaffle Received Received
  593-FP AGE AND DIALYSIS VINTAGE EFFECTS ON THE TWO PORE MODEL PARAMETERS FOR PERITONEAL DIALYSIS Jacek Waniewski Received Received
  594-FP TARGETING MICROBIOTA DERIVED UREMIC RETENTION SOLUTES WITH ANTIBIOTICS Ruben Poesen Received Received
  594-SP DEFORMITY OF BUTTONHOLE ENTRY SITE CAUSES HIGHER FREQUENCY OF VASCULAR ACCESS-RELATED INFECTION Takahiro Shinzato Received Received
  595-SP THE VERSILIA EXPERIENCE OF HEMODIALYSIS VASCULAR ACCESS Massimiliano Migliori Received Received
  595-FP ON THE VIEW OF CLINICAL OUTCOMES, SHOULD WE OFFER PD FOR ELDERLY PATIENTS? Jose Portoles Received Received
  596-FP THE IMPACT OF AUTOMATED PERITONEAL DIALYSIS IN CLINICAL OUTCOMES Laetitia Teixeira Received Received
  596-SP ASSOCIATION OF CORONARY ARTERY CALCIFICATION AND ARTERIAL MICRO-CALCIFICATION OF THE VASCULAR ACCESS IN INCIDENT HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Young Ok Kim Received Received
  597-SP THE SNUFF-BOX FISTULA SHOULD BE PREFERRED OVER THE WRIST ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA Krzysztof Letachowicz Received Received
  598-FP NONALCOHOLIC FATTY LIVER DISEASE - A NEW CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTOR IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS Ivana Mikolasevic Received Received
  598-SP OCCLUDED TUNNELLED VENOUS CATHETER IN HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS: RISK FACTORS AND EFFICACY OF ALTEPLASE Daniela Ponce Received Received
  600-FP SERUM 25-HYDROXY VITAMIN D LEVEL IS ASSOCIATED WITH INTERVENTRICULAR SEPTAL HYPERTROPHY IN PATIENTS ON PERITONEAL DIALYSIS Esen Bennur Received Received
  601-SP VASCULAR GRAFT ACCESS FOR HEMODIALYSIS: ASSOCIATED COMPLICATIONS, THERAPEUTIC PROCEDURES AND PATENCY IN THE LAST THIRTEEN YEARS Vicent Esteve Simó Received Received
  601-FP CONTRIBUTION OF VOLUME STATUS TO RESIDUAL RENAL FUNCTION IN PATIENTS ON PERITONEAL DIALYSIS Akihiko Matsuda Received Received
  602-SP OBESITY-RELATED DECREASE IN INTRAOPERATIVE BLOOD FLOW IS ASSOCIATED WITH PRIMARY FAILURE OF RADIOCEPHALIC ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA YOUNGSU KIM Received Received
  602-FP PERITONEAL DIALYSIS DROP-OUT: LESSONS FROM A PORTUGUESE COHORT Francisco Ferrer Received Received
  603-SP EARLY ENDOVASCULAR TREATMENT OF STENOSIS IN VASCULAR ACCESS BEFORE THE FIRST CANNULATION IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Young Ok Kim Received Received
  604-SP SERUM LEPTIN, INTIMAL THICKNESS, MEDIAL FIRBOSIS, AND ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA MATURATION FAILURE YOUNGSU KIM Received Received
  605-SP ROLE OF NON REAL-TIME ULTRASOUND LOCALIZATION IN CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERIZATION OF HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Yufei Wang Received Received
  606-SP DO HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS USING VENOUS CATHETER NEED A DIFFERENT NUTRITIONAL APPROACH? Cristina Garagarza Received Received
  606-FP ASSESSING GLYCEMIC CONTROL IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS DIABETICS: CORRELATING GLYCATED HEMOGLOBIN AND CONTINUOUS GLUCOSE MONITROING. Ahad Qayyum Received Received
  607-SP TIME TO RECONSIDER THE BUTTONHOLE BANDWAGON - A REVIEW OF STAPH AUREUS INFECTION IN A HAEMODIALYSIS SERVICE Luxme Nadarajah Received Received
  608-SP EVALUATION OF REAL TIME ULTRASSOUND FOR SHORT-TERM HEMODIALYSIS CATHETER INSERTION IN INTERNAL JUGULAR VEINS BETWEEN PATIENTS WITH AND WITHOUT PREVIOUS SHORT-TERM CATHETER Mauro Sergio Martins Marrocos Received Received
  609-FP HIGHLY ELECTRONEGATIVE LOW-DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN IS A NOVEL FACTOR FOR ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION AND CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Chiz-Tzung Chang Received Received
  609-SP ARE THERE ANY RISK FACTORS TO DEVELOP HIGH FLOW ARTERIOVENOUS ACCESSES IN HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS? Ivo Laranjinha Received Received
  610-SP TEMPORARY CATHETER AS A PERMANENT VASCULAR ACCESS IN VERY OLD HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS - FREQUENCY OF INTERVENTIONS AND COMPLICATIONS Jakob Gubensek Received Received
  611-FP COMPARISON OF AMBULATORY CENTRAL AND PERIPHERAL BLOOD PRESSURE BETWEEN THE SECOND AND THIRD DAY OF A LONG (3-DAY) INTERDIALYTIC INTERVAL IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS. Georgios Koutroumpas Received Received
  612-SP OUTCOMES OF NATIVE VASCULAR ACCESS IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS: SINGLE CENTRE EXPERIENCE Paolo Ancarani Received Received
  613-SP HEMODIALYSIS TUNNELED CATHETERS: FIVE YEARS ANALYSIS Paolo Ancarani Received Received
  613-FP ASSOCIATION OF BLOOD PRESSURE AND SYMPTOMS WITH END ORGAN ISCHAEMIA DURING HAEMODIALYSIS Clare MacEwen Received Received
  614-SP ANGIOGRAPHIC PROCEDURES IN A CENTER OF VASCULAR ACCESSES FOR HEMODIALYSIS: 6 YEARS OF ACTIVITY Silva Sousa Henrique Received Received
  615-SP 4 STEP SURGICAL TECHNIQUE TO CONTROL EXCESS VASCULAR ACCESS BLOOD FLOW Kiyoshi Ikeda Received Received
  616-SP APPROPRIATE TIMINIG OF ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA CREATION Toshifumi Sakaguchi Received Received
  616-FP ECCENTRIC LEFT VENTRICULAR HYPERTROPHY IS A MAJOR RISK FACTOR FOR SUDDEN DEATH IN PATIENTS WITH END-STAGE KIDNEY DISEASE Camiel de Roij van Zuijdewijn Received Received
  617-FP CORRELATION BETWEEN HYPERVOLEMIA, LEFT VENTRICULAR HYPERTROPHY AND FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR 23 IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Suat Unver Received Received
  617-SP LOW DOSE UROKINASE INFUSION TO RESTORE THE PATENCY OF TUNNELED CENTRAL VEIN HAEMODIALYSIS CATHETERS Spanos Georgios Received Received
  619-FP FLUID STATUS ASSESSMENT IN CHRONIC HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS AND COMPARISON OF NEWER TECHNIQUES STYLIANOS PANAGOUTSOS Received Received
  619-SP INFECTIONS OF CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERS IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS: RESISTANCE TO THE USUAL EMPIRIC ANTIBIOTIC TREATMENT. A SINGLE CENTRE SEVEN YEARS EXPERIENCE Nicoletta-Maria Kouri Received Received
  620-FP HEMODYNAMIC CHANGE OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW USING CAROTID DUPLEX ULTRASONOGRAPHY IN PATIENTS WITH HEMODIALYSIS. Kang Wook Lee Received Received
  620-SP CLINICAL UTILITY OF FAR-INFRARED THERAPY TO IMPROVE ACCESS BLOOD FLOW IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Hye min Jo Received Received
  621-SP SURVIVAL OF TUNNELED HEMODIALYSIS CATHETERS AFTER PERCUTANEOUS PLACEMENT Tomasz Liberek Received Received
  622-SP ONLINE CLEARANCE AND THEIR RELATION WITH THE VASCULAR ACCESS ANATOMY AND THE PUNCTURES CHARACTERISTICS ALVARO FERNANDEZ Received Received
  622-FP NOVEL METHODS OF PRESENTING BLOOD PRESSURE PATTERNS IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Dugan Maddux Received Received
  623-SP HEMODIALYSIS PUNCTURE STRESS RELIEF THROUGH BUTTONHOLE METHOD BY USING MOIST WOUND HEALING METHOD Shibata Kazuhiko Received Received
  625-SP IS 4 CITRATE AN EFFECTIVE TOOL AS A CATHETER LOCKING SOLUTION? Joao Fazendeiro Matos Received Received
  625-FP NEW ANTICOAGULANT FREE STRATEGY FOR NON VALVULAR ATRIAL FIBRILLATION IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Teresa Arcidiacono Received Received
  626-SP EFFECTIVENESS OF THE PALINDROME TUNNELED CATHETER IN ACHIEVING ADEQUATE DIFFUSIVE AND CONVECTIVE DIALYSIS DOSES: A SINGLE-CENTER PROSPECTIVE STUDY Pablo Molina Received Received
  627-FP EVOLUTION OF HIGH-SENSITIVITY TROPONIN-T IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING HIGH EFFICIENCY ON-LINE HEMODIAFILTRATION VERSUS CONVENTIONAL LOW-FLUX HEMODIALYSIS Isabelle Ethier Received Received
  627-SP BUTTONHOLE CANNULATION TECHNIQUE: PROS AND CONS Loredana Funaro Received Received
  628-SP FACTORS AFFECTING THE PRIMARY PATENCY OF THE ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULAE FOR HEMODIALYSIS Mohamed Ali Lammouchi Received Received
  628-FP INCREASING SKIN AUTOFLUORESCENE ADVANCE GLUCOSYLATION END PRODUCTS (AGEs) PREDICT MORTALITY IN HD PATIENTS Arkom Nongnuch Received Received
  629-FP THE EFFECT OF SHPT SERUM ON THE ENDOTHELIAL CELLS AND THE INTERVENTION OF KLOTHO huijuan mao Received Received
  629-SP PROLONGED VENOUS BLEEDING AFTER TUNNELED DIALYSIS CATHETER INSERTION; A SINGLE-CENTER STUDY Bruna Brunetta Gavranic Received Received
  630-SP EARLY FAILURE OF AUTOGENOUS DISTAL ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA DUE TO FOREARM ARTERY STENOSIS: ENDOVASCULAR TREATMENT Jacopo Scrivano Received Received
  631-FP PREDICTORS OF LEFT ATRIAL MECHANICAL FUNCTIONS IN END STAGE RENAL DISEASE PATIENTS Kultigin Turkmen Received Received
  632-SP THROMBOSIS AND THROMBOPHLEBITIS OF THE OUTFLOW VEIN AFTER FISTULA LIGATION Carlo Lomonte Received Received
  633-FP VITAMIN K EPOXIDE REDUCTASE GENE (VKORC1) POLYMORPHISMS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE (CKD) PATIENTS ON HEMODIALYSIS Mohamed NasrAllah Received Received
  633-SP EFFECTIVENESS OF DIFFERENT INTERDIALYTIC CATHETER-LOCKING REGIMENS OF TUNNELLED CATHETERS FOR CHRONIC HEMODIALYSIS. Jose L. Merino Received Received
  634-FP CIRCULATING ENDOTHELIAL PROGENITOR CELLS AND ENDOTHELIAL MICROPARTICLES IN HD PATIENTS WITH PERIPHERAL ARTERY DISEASE Paik Seong Lim Received Received
  635-FP CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INCREASE IN RED BLOOD CELL DISTRIBUTION WIDTH IN INCIDENT DIALYSIS PATIENTS Seok Joon Shin Received Received
  635-SP CINACALCET BUT NOT VITAMIN D USE MODULATES THE SURVIVAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATED WITH SEVELAMER IN THE INDEPENDENT STUDY Antonio Bellasi Received Received
  636-SP SNF472 INHIBITS THE PROGRESSION OF VITAMIN D INDUCED CARDIOVASCULAR CALCIFICATION IN RATS Joan Perelló Received Received
  638-SP NON-CALCIUM BASED PHOSPHATE BINDERS CONFER SURVIVAL BENEFIT INDEPENDENT OF PHOSPHATE REDUCTION Katrina Chau Received Received
  639-SP CANDIDATE GENE POLYMORPHISMS IN CALCIPHYLAXIS Hansjrg Rothe Received Received
  639-FP CORRELATIONS OF INCREASES IN BLOOD PRESSURE (BP) PARAMETERS DURING THE LONG INTERDIALYTIC INTERVAL IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Georgios Koutroumpas Received Received
  642-SP DENOSUMAB IN NINE CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE STAGE 5D PATIENTS WITH LOW BONE MINERAL DENSITY. A SINGLE CENTER PILOT STUDY. Nikolaos Tsikliras Received Received
  643-FP BLOOD PRESSURE CONTROL IN VERY OLD HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS IN DALMATIA COUNTY (SOUTHERN CROATIA) Milenka ain Received Received
  643-SP SEVELAMER CARBONATE VS. LANTHANUM CARBONATE VS. CALCIUM ACETATE/MAGNESIUM CARBONATE IN CKD PATIENTS ON HEMODIALYSIS: A RANDOMIZED STUDY Robert Ekart Received Received
  644-SP IMPACT OF SERUM CALCITRIOL LEVELS ON HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS SURVIVAL RATE. Guillaume JEAN Received Received
  646-SP USE OF CALCIUM CARBONATE EMULSION FOR THE TREATMENT OF HYPERPHOSPHATEMIA ON CHRONIC HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS REDUCES TOTAL ELEMENTAL CALCIUM DOSE Martin Guinsburg Received Received
  647-SP FIRST-TIME-IN-HUMAN PHASE 1 CLINICAL TRIAL IN HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS WITH SNF472, A NOVEL INHIBITOR OF VASCULAR CALCIFICATION Joan Perelló Received Received
  648-SP EVALUATION OF INTRAINTESTINAL PHOSPHATE BINDING ABILITY OF NEW PHOSPHATE BINDER FERRIC CITRATE HYDRATE Hiroshi Kikuchi Received Received
  648-FP SYSTEMATIC REDUCTION OF INTERDIALYTIC WEIGHT GAIN AND POST HEMODIALYSIS WEIGHT LOWERS SYSTOLIC AND DIASTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE: PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF A QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT. Jochen Raimann Received Received
  649-SP SECONDARY HYPERPARATHYROIDISM CORRECTION WITH MINIMALLY INVASIVE INTERVENTION Roman Gerasimchuk Received Received
  650-FP NON-TRADITIONAL CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS PREDOMINATE IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS WITH PRE-EXISTIN CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE. Hege Nss Received Received
  651-SP TRAJECTORIES OF CKD-MBD BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS IN THE 2 YEARS FOLLOWING DIAGNOSIS OF SEVERE SECONDARY HYPERPARATHYROIDISM Pierre Filipozzi Received Received
  652-FP IMPACT OF VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL GROWTH FACTOR (VEGF) ON CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE IN DIALYSIS PATIENTS Christos Bantis Received Received
  652-SP LONG TERM CHOLECALCIFEROL SUPPLEMENTATION IN HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS: EFFECTS ON MINERAL METABOLISM, INFLAMMATION AND CARDIAC PARAMETERS Patrícia Matias Received Received
  653-SP A RISE IN DIALYSATE MAGNESIUM CONCENTRATION: SAFETY AND EFFECTS ON BONE METABOLISM MARKERS IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Vassilis Filiopoulos Received Received
  653-FP EXPLORING THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN FERRITIN LEVELS AND MORTALITY IN THE UK HAEMODIALYSIS POPULATION. Anirudh Rao Received Received
  654-FP TRIFERIC HAS A SAFETY PROFILE SIMILAR TO PLACEBO: AN INTEGRATED SAFETY ANALYSIS OF PHASE 2 AND 3 STUDIES. Raymond Pratt Received Received
  655-SP ASSOCIATION OF VDR GENE POLYMORPHISMS WITH HEART DISEASE IN CHRONIC RENAL FAILURE PATIENTS Domenico Santoro Received Received
  655-FP LOW LEVELS OF SERUM FERRITIN WITH MODERATE LEVEL OF TRANSFERRIN SATURATION MAINTAINS ADEQUATE HEMOGLOBIN IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS CHIE OGAWA Received Received
  656-FP THE EFFECT OF DPP4 INHIBITOR ON RENAL ANEMIA IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Masaki Aono Received Received
  656-SP LONG-TERM CINACALCET TREATMENT RESULTS IN REGRESION OF HYPERPLASTIC PARATHYROID GLANDS IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Antoni Sydor Received Received
  657-SP GASTROINTESTINAL SAFETY AND TOLERABILITY OF FERRIC CITRATE IN PATIENTS WITH ESRD ON DIALYSIS: A POOLED ANALYSIS Laura Greene Received Received
  657-FP INTRAVENOUS IRON ADMINISTRATION AND EARLY ATHEROGESESIS, IS ACTUALLY IRON SUCROSE RESPONSIBLE ? Jorge Toblli Received Received
  658-FP JTZ-951, A NOVEL HIF-PHD INHIBITOR, DEMONSTRATES INCREASES IN HEMOGLOBIN, IRON MOBILIZATION, REPRODUCIBLE PHARMACOKINETICS, AND SAFETY FOLLOWING ONCE DAILY ADMINISTRATION FOR 15 DAYS IN PATIENTS WITH ANEMIA RECEIVING HEMODIALYSIS Sudhakar Pai Received Received
  659-SP COMPARISON OF SERUM 25-HYDROXYVITAMIN D LEVELS IN DIFFERENT POPULATIONS - A MAJOR ISSUE FOR HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Makrouhi Sonikian Received Received
  659-FP EFFECTS OF ASCORBIC ACID ADMNISTRATION ON ANAEMIA CORRECTION IN HEAMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Liliana Garneata Received Received
  660-FP PHARMACOKINETICS AND PHARMACODYNAMICS OF LEXAPTEPID, A NOVEL ANTI-HEPCIDIN MOLECULE, IN ESA-RESISTANT HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Kai Riecke Received Received
  661-SP SERUM TOTAL AND FREE TESTOSTERONE CONCENTRATION IN MALE HEMODIALYSED PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE AND SECONDARY HYPERPARATHYROIDISM TREATED WITH CINACALCET Piotr Kuczera Received Received
  662-SP EVALUATING THE EFFICACY OF CALCIUM CARBONATE EMULSION (CCE) FOR THE TREATMENT OF HYPERPHOSPHATEMIA IN PATIENTS ON CHRONIC HEMODIALYSIS Martin Guinsburg Received Received
  663-SP THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SERUM FETUIN A LEVELS AND FETUIN GENE POLYMORPHISM IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Atila Altunta&351; Received Received
  664-SP ABDOMINAL AORTIC CALCIFICATION SCORE ON PLAIN RADIOGRAPH AS A PREDICTOR OF CORONARY ARTERY CALCIFICATION SCORE ON COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY AND T SCORE ON BMD IN DIALYSIS PATIENTS Su Mi Lee Received Received
  665-SP THE RELATION BETWEEN ADIPOKINES, BODY COMPOSITION, AND BONE HEALTH MEASURED WITH HR-PQCT IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS solenne pelletier Received Received
  665-FP HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS WITH PRE-DIALYSIS SODIUM BELOW 140 MMOL/L HAVE SIGNIFICANTLY HIGHER LEVELS OF ERYPTOSIS VIKTORIYA KUNTSEVICH Received Received
  666-SP TREATMENT WITH CINACALCET INCREASES PLASMA ADIPONECTIN CONCENTRATION IN HEMODIALYSED PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE AND SECONDARY HYPERPARATHYROIDISM Marcin Adamczak Received Received
  667-SP EFFICACY OF CINACALCET THERAPY FOR DIALYSIS PATIENTS WITH SECONDARY HYPERPARATHYROIDISM: A META-ANALYSIS Zhe Wang Received Received
  668-SP IS THERE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BLOOD PRESSURE AND PLASMA FGF-23 CONCENTRATION CHANGES AFTER CINACALCET TREATMENT IN HEMODIALYSED PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE AND SECONDARY HYPERPARATHYROIDISM? Piotr Kuczera Received Received
  668-FP GREATER EFFICACY OF ORAL IRON SUPPLEMENTATION IN HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS RECEIVING LONG-ACTING ERYTHROPOIESIS STIMULATING AGENTS Akira Fujimori Received Received
  669-FP IMPACT OF CUMULATIVE AND/OR COMBINED EFFECTS OF ESAs AND IV IRON DOSES RECEIVED DURING DIALYSIS ON SURVIVAL IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS. Jacques ROTTEMBOURG Received Received
  670-SP SCLEROSTIN CAN BE A NEW KEY PLAYER IN VASCULAR CALCIFICATION IN CKD? ANNAMARIA BRUZZESE Received Received
  671-SP EVALUATING ADHERENCE TO CALCIUM CARBONATE EMULSION (CCE) VERSUS CALCIUM CARBONATE TABLETS (CCT) FOR THE TREATMENT OF HYPERPHOSPHATEMIA IN PATIENTS ON CHRONIC HEMODIALYSIS Martin Guinsburg Received Received
  672-FP THE SEQUENTIAL CHANGE OF SERUM HEPCIDIN-25(HPC) LEVEL AND OTHER IRON METABOLISM MARKERS AFTER SINGLE INTRAVENOUS IRON ADMINISTRATION IN HEMODIALYSIS(HD) PATIENTS. Noriko Saito Received Received
  673-FP STRUCTURAL, PHYSICAL AND FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISATION OF FERRIC PYROPHOSPHATE CITRATE (FPC, TRIFERIC), A NOVEL IRON COMPOUND FOR PHARMACEUTICAL APPLICATIONS Raymond Pratt Received Received
  673-SP EXCESSIVE MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY OF HIP FRACTURES IN CHRONIC HEMODIALYSIS: A SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE Georgios Vlachopanos Received Received
  674-FP TARGETS FOR ADAPTING INTRAVENOUS IRON DOSE IN HEMODIALYSIS: A PHARMACOEPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY Nicolas Peters Received Received
  674-SP COMBINED THERAPY OF SECONDARY HYPERPARATHYROIDISM IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Renata Vakhitova Received Received
  675-SP CORRELATION OF ABDOMINAL AORTIC CALCIFICATION WITH CARDIAC HYPERTROPHY, PULSE PRESSURE AND MINERAL AND BONE DISEASE BIOCHEMISTRIES IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Dimitra Bacharaki Received Received
  675-FP INTRAVENOUS IRON THERAPY CAN BE A SECOND CHOICE OF TREATMENT IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS WITH IRON DEFICIENCY ANAEMIA WHO FAIL TO MAINTAIN THE TARGET HEMOGLOBIN AFTER ORAL IRON THERAPY Kazuya Takasawa Received Received
  676-SP MAGNESIUM-FRIEND OR FOE IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Mirela Gliga Received Received
  676-FP CLINICAL, ANALYTICAL AND BIOIMPEDANCE CHARACTERISTICS OF PERMANENTLY OVERHYDRATED PATIENTS SANDRA CASTELLANO-GASCH Received Received
  677-FP FECAL CALPROTECTIN AND HB VARIABILTY : AN INTRIGUING ASPECT Luciano De Paola Received Received
  677-SP SECONDARY HYPERPARATHYROIDISM IN ELDERLY HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Renata Vakhitova Received Received
  678-FP IMPACT OF EUROPEAN MEDICINES AGENCY RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ALLERGIC REACTIONS TO INTRAVENOUS IRON-CONTAINING DRUGS IN DIALYSIS CENTERS OF LOMBARDY REGION Rodolfo Rivera Received Received
  679-SP ANALYSIS OF 25-HYDROXIVITAMIN D3 LEVELS, CALCIUM LEVEL IN PLASMA AND METASTATIC CALCIFICATIONS IN HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Prnjavorac Besim Received Received
  679-FP VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY IS AN INDEPENDENT RISK FACTOR FOR ANEMIA IN PATIENTS WITH END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE Hyung Woo Kim Received Received
  681-FP METHOD TO CALCULATE ESA DOSE TO ACHIEVE TARGET HAEMOGLOBIN LEVEL BY ANALYSING HAEMOGLOBIN KINETIC MODEL Tadashi Kuji Received Received
  681-SP NICE GUIDELINES FOR THE PRESCRIPTION OF CINACALCET IN HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS; A DISTRICT GENERAL HOSPITALS EXPERIENCE Steve McLaren Received Received
  682-SP A COST AND OUTCOMES ANALYSIS OF RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPIES USING REAL-WORLD QUALITY OF LIFE DATA PRAMOD NAGARAJA Received Received
  682-FP FAVORABLE EFFECT OF PARICALCITOL ON ERYTHROPOIESIS IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING CHRONIC HEMODIALYSIS TREATMENT CHRISTOS PALIOURAS Received Received
  683-FP NON-ADHERENCE WITH WEEKEND TREATMENT SESSIONS DOES NOT EXPLAIN EXCESS ADMISSIONS AFTER THE LONG GAP IN THRICE-WEEKLY HAEMODIALYSIS James Fotheringham Received Received
  683-SP EIGHT YEARS AFTER DIALYSIS SERVICES PRIVATIZATION: WHAT CHANGED? A REPORT FROM THE ROMANIAN RENAL REGISTRY Gabriel Stefan Received Received
  685-FP FLUID OVERLOAD POSTDIALYSIS AND MORTALITY IN A LARGE INTERNATIONAL HEMODIALYSIS POPULATION INDRANIL DASGUPTA Received Received
  685-SP CLINICAL ASSOCIATIONS OF PROLONGED INTRADIALYTIC HYPOXEMIA IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS: RESULTS FROM A POPULATION-BASED STUDY Anna Meyring-Wosten Received Received
  686-FP A STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF HAEMODIALYSIS ON COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS WITH ONE- WEEK FOLLOW UP: A CALL FOR CARE AND CONCERNS. Mitesh Patel Received Received
  687-FP MAKING CARE OF HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS SAFER: OUTCOMES OF THE UK RENAL ASSOCIATION PATIENT SAFETY PROJECT, 2007-2015 Paul Rylance Received Received
  687-SP ARE VINTAGE AND PATIENT MOBILITY BETWEEN CENTERS PREDICTORS OF SURVIVAL IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS? A REPORT FROM THE ROMANIAN RENAL REGISTRY Gabriel Stefan Received Received
  688-FP COMPARISON OF THE COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF THE URINARY BASED CKD273 BIOMARKER PANEL AND CURRENT CLINICAL PRACTICES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE PROGRESSION Ferdinand Bahlmann Received Received
  688-SP SIMPLE VASCULAR CALCIFICATION SCORE:IS IT USEFULL IN ASSESSMENT OF PROGNOSIS OF HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS? Vaida Petrauskiene Received Received
  689-SP Potentially inappropriate medication in elderly haemodialysis patients with known cytochrome P 450 polymorphism Krystina Parker Received Received
  689-FP CONSERVATIVE MANAGEMENT AND END OF LIFE CARE IN AUSTRALIA, THREE YEAR FOLLOW UP OF A NATIONAL INCIDENT COHORT WITH END STAGE KIDNEY DISEASE Rachael Morton Received Received
  690-FP HAEMODIAFILTRATION AND MORTALITY IN END STAGE KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS AN INDIVIDUAL PARTICIPANT DATA META-ANALYSIS OF RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIALS Sanne Peters Received Received
  691-SP THE SOLUBLE UROKINASE RECEPTOR (SUPAR) PREDICTS MORTALITY IN END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE Bjrn Meijers Received Received
  691-FP LOW SYSTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE AND LOW SERUM SODIUM CONCENTRATIONS JOINTLY ASSOCIATE TO AN INCREASED RISK OF DEATH: RESULTS FROM THE MONITORING DIALYSIS OUTCOMES (MONDO) INITIATIVE. Jochen Raimann Received Received
  692-SP WARFARIN USE, MONITORING AND OUTCOMES IN HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Suzanne Forbes Received Received
  693-SP LOWER URINARY TRACT SYMPTOMS IMPAIR THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF PATIENTS ON HEMODIALYSIS tadasuke ando Received Received
  694-FP READMISSION RATES IN DIALYSIS PATIENTS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH THE WEEKDAY OF HOSPITAL DISCHARGE Len Usvyat Received Received
  695-SP SERUM HYALURONIC ACID IN CHRONIC B AND C VIRAL HEPATITIS - A BIOMARKER FOR ASSESSING FIBROSIS IN CHRONIC HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Remus Aurel Orasan Received Received
  695-FP ANALYSIS OF THE CAUSES OF DROPPING OUT FROM A MAINTENANCE DIALYSIS PROGRAM: OBSERVATIONS FROM A NATIONAL DIALYSIS COHORT IN INDIA Vivekanand Jha Received Received
  696-FP FAT TISSUE INDEX AND BODY MASS INDEX ARE STRONG MORTALITY PREDICTORS IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS. Cristina Garagarza Received Received
  698-FP COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF HIGH DOSE HAEMODIALYSIS IN FRANCE Jean-Philippe Benain Received Received
  698-SP NOCTURNAL IN-CENTRE HAEMODIALYSIS: AN AUSTRALIAN COHORT EXPERIENCE. Kate Robson Received Received
  699-SP Dog ownership status and self-assessed health, lifestyle and habitual physical activity in chronic hemodialysis patients. Magdalena Kuban Received Received
  699-FP LOW BLOOD PRESSURE AND MARKED WEIGHT LOSS IN INCIDENT DIALYSIS PATIENTS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH HIGH MORTALITY Flore Duranton Received Received
  700-FP DIALYSATE SODIUM PRESCRIPTION IN CHRONIC HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF 21 STUDIES Anna Pisano Received Received
  700-SP ASSESSING VALUE-BASED HEALTH CARE DELIVERY FOR HEMODIALYSIS Eduardo Parra Received Received
  701-SP DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AND EARLY ALL-CAUSE AND CARDIOVASCULAR MORTALITY IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS: A MULTINATIONAL COHORT STUDY Marinella Ruospo Received Received
  702-FP ENVIRONMENT IN TABUK AREA, SAUDI ARABIA: IS IT INCRIMINATED IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ESRD? Osama El Minshaw Received Received
  703-SP SPANISH RENAL DISEASE REGISTRY: DATA FROM 2013 REPORT, AND EVOLUTION FROM 2007 TO 2013. EDUARDO MARTÍN ESCOBAR Received Received
  703-FP SIMPLE ASSESSMENT OF DEAMBULATION ABILITY HOLDS STRONG AND INDEPENDENT PROGNOSTIC POWER OVER AND ABOVE CLASSICAL AND ESRD RISK FACTORS AND BACKGROUND CARDIOVASCULAR COMORBIDITIES IN DIALYSIS PATIENTS. Giovanni Tripepi Received Received
  704-FP FRENCH PATIENTS IN DAILY HEMODIALYSIS: CHARACTERISTICS AND TRAJECTORIES Adelaide Pladys Received Received
  704-SP THE EFFECT OF MIRTAZAPINE IN DIALYSIS PATIENT WITH APPETITE LOSS. Sanae Saka Received Received
  705-SP CANCER AND END-STAGE KIDNEY DISEASE: DEATH SENTENCE? Maria Teresa Chuva Received Received
  706-FP PHARMACOLOGICAL INTERVENTIONS FOR DEPRESSION IN ADULTS WITH END-STAGE KIDNEY DISEASE Marinella Ruospo Received Received
  706-SP THE PREVALENCE, SEVERITY AND DIVERSITY OF GASTROINTESTINAL SYMPTOMS IN HEMODIALYSIS AND PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS Milo Mitrovi&263; Received Received
  707-SP VALIDATION OF THE DISTRESS THERMOMETER IN A UK RENAL POPULATION Helen Alston Received Received
  708-SP HEPATITIS B VIRUS VACCINATION IN PATIENTS ON CHRONIC HAEMODIALYSIS: WHAT ARE THE FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE IMMUNE RESPONSE? TEN YEARS OF EXPERIENCE WITH ENGERIX B VACCINE IN OUR DIALYSIS CENTER Emanuela Cordova Received Received
  709-SP STARTING DIALYSIS IN SOUTH WEST WALES: DOES INPATIENT STATUS AFFECT OUTCOME? katie kemp Received Received
  710-FP THE BUDGET IMPACT OF RESTORING THE 30 HOME DIALYSIS RATE IN THE NETHERLANDS Anna Trisia Beby Received Received
  712-FP DEGREE AND TYPE OF SOCIAL SUPPORT IS ASSOCIATED WITH HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS IN INCIDENT HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Felicia Speed Received Received
  714-FP SUPER LONG TERM DIALYSIS PATIENTS FOR OVER 40 YEARS SUFFER FROM SEVERE PHYSICAL DISABILITY DUE TO OSTEO-ARTICULAR COMPLICATIONS. Yuki Iiyama Received Received
  714-SP HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS EXPERIENCE HIGHER LEVELS OF PSYCHOSOCIAL DISTRESS THAN EQUIVALENT CKD PATIENTS Helen Alston Received Received
  715-FP MEASURING WHAT MATTERS IN KIDNEY DISEASE: THE INFLUENCE OF TREATMENT MODALITY ON QUALITY OF LIFE PRAMOD NAGARAJA Received Received
  715-SP PREVALENCE OF THE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION IN WOMEN TREATED BY HEMODIALYSIS Abdessamad Tahiri Received Received
  716-SP IS FRAILTY ASSOCIATED WITH QUALITY OF LIFE, NUTRITIONAL STATUS AND CLINICAL CONDITION IN ELDERLY PATIENTS ON HEMODIALYSIS? Juliana Giglio Received Received
  717-FP HIGHER VARIABILITY OF SYSTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE ASSOCIATES TO AN INCREASED RISK OF DEATH: DISTINGUISHING BETWEEN TREND-DEPENDENT AND -INDEPENDENT SOURCES Jochen Raimann Received Received
  718-SP SPATIAL VARIATIONS IN RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPY,CATALONIA 2002-2012 Alberto Martínez Castelao Received Received
  719-SP SWITCHING TO THRICE WEEKLY IN CENTRE NOCTURNAL HAEMODIALYSIS WAS ASSOCIATED WITH IMPROVEMENTS IN PATIENT OUTCOMES COMPARED TO STANDARD TREATMENT Matthew Graham-Brown Received Received
  720-FP DIALYSIS OUTCOMES IN AUSTRALIAN ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS Leah Krischock Received Received
  720-SP THE ALL-CAUSE MORTALITY AND INFECTION RISKS IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE Yi-Ting Lin Received Received
  722-SP DOMAINS OF SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION IN WOMEN WITH END STAGE KIDNEY DISEASE TREATED WITH HEMODIALYSIS: A MULTINATIONAL CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY Marinella Ruospo Received Received
  722-FP CURRENT STATUS OF HCV INFECTION IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS IN EGYPT Iman Sarhan Received Received
  724-SP BENEFITS OF A SATELLITE HAEMODIALYSIS UNIT WITH AN EXTENDED ROLE : EXPERIENCE FROM WEST WALES Sarah Rees Received Received
  725-FP EFFECTS OF PATIENT SOLICITATION OF DIALYSIS FACILITIES ON PATIENTS SURVIVAL IN KOREA Young-Ki LEE Received Received
  725-SP CAN DIET AND PHOSPHORUS CHELATORS IMPROVE COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT IN PATIENTS ON CHRONIC HEMODIALYSIS? Andra-Elena Balcangiu-Stroescu Received Received
  726-SP OUTCOMES IN PATIENTS RECEIVING DIALYSIS FOR END STAGE RENAL FAILURE WITH FRACTURED NECK OF FEMUR: A 5-YEAR REVIEW OF CASES FROM A DISTRICT GENERAL HOSPITAL IN THE UNITED KINGDOM Oscar Swift Received Received
  727-FP BIO-IMPEDANCE SPECTROSCOPY MEASURED LEAN TISSUE MASS AND SURVIVAL IN A LARGE INTERNATIONAL HAEMODIALYSIS POPULATION INDRANIL DASGUPTA Received Received
  728-FP A COMPARISON OF THE COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF HIGH DOSE HEMODIALYSIS (HD) VERSUS CONVENTIONAL IN-CENTER HEMODIALYSIS (ICHD) IN THE NETHERLANDS, FRANCE, AND THE UK DILIP MAKHIJA Received Received
  730-SP THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN HEPATITIS B VIRUS INFECTION AND MORTALITY IN INCIDENT END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE PATIENTS Jae Hyun Chang Received Received
  731-FP PROGNOSTIC FACTORS OF HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS (HIV)-INFECTED PATIENTS ON CHRONIC HAEMODIALYSIS Ivo Laranjinha Received Received
  731-SP USEFULLNESS OF P11 IN THE PERIPHERAL BLOOD AS DEPRESSION MARKER IN DIALYSIS PATIENTS Yang Wook Kim Received Received
  732-FP LONG -TERM SURVIVAL IN END STAGE RENAL DISEASE PATIENTS ADMITTED TO INTENSIVE CARE UNIT IN A LARGE TEACHING HOSPITAL. Ingi Elsayed Received Received
  732-SP LONG TERM RESPONSE OF PEDIATRIC HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS TO HEPATITIS B VACCINATION ihab el-hakim Received Received
  733-SP CHANGES IN BIOIMPEDANCE ANALYSIS MEASURES IN CHRONIC HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS DURING ONE YEAR Ruta Vaiciuniene Received Received
  734-SP INTRADIALYTIC ARTERIAL OXYGEN SATURATION IN CHRONIC HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS - RESULTS FROM A LARGE US POPULATION Hanjie Zhang Received Received
  735-FP EUROPEAN SURVEY ON RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPY OPTION EDUCATION Cristina Fante Received Received
  735-SP ELICITING CKD PATIENTS PREFERENCES FOR DIALYSIS CHOICE MARIO PRIETO Received Received
  736-SP HOME VISITS HELP TO IDENTIFY PALLIATIVE CARE NEEDS FOR GERIATRIC RURAL IN-CENTER HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Chun-Fu Lai Received Received
  737-FP SUMMARY OF 2012 ANNUAL DATA OF RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPY IN GEOEGIA -THE FIRST REPORT AFTER DECADES LONG DATA GAP Nino Kantaria Received Received
  738-FP BODY COMPOSITION ANALYSIS PREDICTS MORTALITY RISK IN HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Valentina Vigo Received Received
  738-SP PREVELANCE OF SLEEP DISORDERS AMONG ESRD PATIENTS Haitham Ezzat Received Received
  739-SP WHEN HAEMODIALYSIS CAN BE STOPPED? Krzysztof Letachowicz Received Received
  740-FP RAMADAN EFFECT ON BIOCHEMICAL, HEMODYNAMIC AND TREATMENT ADHERENCE PARA METERS IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS alshamsi shaikha ali Received Received
  740-SP MECHANICAL VERSUS BIOPROSTHETIC HEART VALVES: A COMPARISON STUDY IN END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE suzanne Forbes Received Received
  741-FP SERUM SCLEROSTIN LEVELS ARE REDUCED BY TREATMENT WITH ONLINE POSTDILUTION HEMODIAFILTRATION Camiel de Roij van Zuijdewijn Received Received
  741-SP HEALTHCARE DECISION MAKING IN END STAGE RENAL DISEASE:PATIENT PREFERENCES AND CLINICAL CORRELATES Anuradha Jayanti Received Received
  742-SP Time to recovery from haemodialysis-trial by drugs Anuradha Jayanti Received Received
  743-FP A PARADIGM SHIFT IN NUTRITIONAL DISORDERS AS CLASSIFIED BY THE BMI IN THE DIALYSIS POPULATION IN TWO SOUTHERN EUROPEAN RENAL REGISTRIES: ASCEDANCY OF OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY AND DECLINE OF UNDERWEIGHT CATEGORIES Carmine Zoccali Received Received
  743-SP ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PLASMA PENTRAXIN-3 LEVELS AND RISK OF ALL-CAUSE MORTALITY IN JAPANESE HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS WITH NUTRITIONAL RISK Tetsu Miaymoto Received Received
  744-FP COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION SCALES IN FEMALES PATIENTS ON RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPY Abdulmecit Yildiz Received Received
  744-SP MAINTENANCE DIALYSIS WITHDRAWAL: ACTIONS TO IMPROVE A SHARED-DECISION-MAKING MODEL. Jocelyne MAURIZI BALZAN Received Received
  745-FP BLOOD PRESSURE CHANGE IN THE TYROSINE-KINASE INHIBITORS TREATMENT OF DIALYSIS PATIENTS WITH RENAL CELL CARCINOMA Kentaro Nakai Received Received
  745-SP INFLUENCE OF HbA1c AND LOW PHOSPHORUS DIET ON COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT IN CHRONIC HEMODIALYSIS DIABETIC PATIENTS Andra-Elena Balcangiu-Stroescu Received Received
  746-SP ASSESSMENT OF HEPATIC FIBROSIS BY FIBROSCAN IN EGYPTIAN CHRONIC HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS WITH HCV GENOTYPE 4 Bahaa zayed Received Received
  747-FP TELEHEALTH TECHNOLOGY: A PATIENT CENTRED INTERVENTION IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS VISHAL DEY Received Received
  747-SP SOLUBLE UROKINASE PLASMINOGEN RECEPTOR (SUPAR): A FUTURE RISK MARKER FOR HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS? IOANNIS GRIVEAS Received Received
  748-FP PREGNANCY IN WOMEN REQUIRING DIALYSIS: A UK NATIONAL PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY Kate Bramham Received Received
  748-SP PERIODONTITIS AND EARLY MORTALITY IN ADULTS WITH KIDNEY FAILURE TREATED WITH HEMODIALYSIS: A MULTINATIONAL OBSERVATIONAL STUDY Marinella Ruospo Received Received
  749-SP EXPLORING THE DETERMINANTS OF THE EXPERIENCE OF CARE FOR IN-CENTER HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS: SURVEY FROM ONE LARGE PRIVATE DIALYSIS NETWORK IN ROMANIA Dan Munteanu Received Received
  749-FP PREGNANCY IN WOMEN ON DIALYSIS : A FRENCH COHORT STUDY. Marie-Bénédicte Le Stang Received Received
  750-FP AREAS OF CLINICAL CONCERN CONTRIBUTING TO OR CAUSING DEATH IN PATIENTS ON RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPY Mark Findlay Received Received
  750-SP CARBAPENEM RESISTANT ORGANISMS IN HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS WHO HAVE HAD DIALYSIS TREATMENT ABROAD: A SINGLE CENTRE EXPERIENCE Matthew Graham-Brown Received Received
  751-SP THE INFLUENCE OF MUSIC THERAPY ON DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY LEVELS OF HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS. Evgeny Shutov Received Received
  752-SP ESTIMATED GLOMERULAR FILTRATION RATE AT INITIATION OF DIALYSIS AND OUTCOMES AMONG PATIENTS WITH END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE TREATED WITH TWICE-WEEKLY HEMODIALYSIS. Thanachai Panaput Received Received
  753-FP SHORT-TERM EFFECTS OF HIGH SODIUM DIALYSATE Masatomo Chikamori Received Received
  753-SP PREDICTIVE VALUE OF E/E FOR CARDIOVASCULAR EVENTS IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS WITH PRESERVED SYSTOLIC FUNCTION Ait faqih samia Received Received
  754-SP SEROCONWERSION AND IMMUNE RESPONSE AFTER ANTI-HBV VACCINATION IN PATIENTS ON CHRONIC HEMODIALYSIS : COMPARISON OF TWO VACCINE DOSES--ENDFRAGMENT-- liping huang Received Received
  755-FP PROFILE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES AMONG PATIENTS WITH END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE UNDER HEMODIALYSIS SILVA JUNIOR GERALDO Received Received
  756-FP BIOIMPEDANCE ANALYSIS AND SURVIVAL OF CHRONIC HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Ruta Vaiciuniene Received Received
  756-SP IMPACT OF CLINICAL CHARACTERISTISC AND METABOLIC PARAMETERS ON SURVIVAL OF THE INCIDENT GERIATRIC HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS: A SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE Murat Tugcu Received Received
  757-SP PERITONEOSCOPIC PERITONEAL DIALYSIS CATHETER INSERTION AS A MEDICAL DAYCASE PROCEDURE: PATIENT SATISFACTION AND PATIENT REPORTED OUTCOME MEASURES Matthew Graham-Brown Received Received
  758-FP COST-EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS OF HIGH-EFFICIENCY HEMODIAFILTRATION VS. LOW-FLUX HEMODIALYSIS BASED ON THE CANADIAN ARM OF THE CONTRAST STUDY Renee Lévesque Received Received
  758-SP PREVALENCE OF THE MOUTH- DENTAL LESIONS IN HEMODIALYSED PATIENTS Abdessamad TAHIRI Received Received
  759-FP A PHARMACOECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF PHOSPHATE BINDERS COST-EFFECTIVENESS IN THE RISCAVID STUDY. Massimiliano Migliori Received Received
  759-SP REVACLEAR IMPACT ON ERYTHROPOIETIN STIMULATING AGENT DOSES: A BUDGET IMPACT ANALYSIS FOR DIALYSIS PROVIDERS Suzanne Laplante Received Received
  760-SP BEYOND BELIEVING- THOUGHTS ON END OF LIFE FROM HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS AT THE END OF LIFE. Sarah Edwards Received Received
  760-FP THE RESULTS OF THE QUESTIONNAIRE SURVEY OF QUALITY IN HEMODIALYSIS Kultigin Turkmen Received Received
  761-FP SIMPLE FRAIL SCALE OUTPERFORMS OTHER FRAILTY INSTRUMENTS REGARDING DIALYSIS COMPLICATIONS IN RURAL CHRONIC DIALYSIS PATIENTS Chia-Ter Chao Received Received
  761-SP WORKFLOW OPTIMIZATION AND PROCESS AUTOMATION IN DIALYSIS WARDS BY INTRODUCING A TREATMENT MONITORING SYSTEM Matthias Keil Received Received
  762-SP IS THERE A SURVIVAL DIFFERENCE AMONG DIABETIC PATIENTS ACCORDING TO PRIMARY RENAL DISEASE? NATIONAL-WIDE STUDY IN CHRONIC DIALYSIS PATIENTS IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC. Lidmila Francova Received Received
  763-FP OXIDATIVE STRESS AMPLIFIES THE ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE - DEPENDENT RISK FOR MORTALITY IN ESKD PATIENTS ON DIALYSIS. Claudia Torino Received Received
  763-SP ROMA ETNICITY AND HIGH RISK OF MORTALITY AT YOUNG AGES IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Florica Gadalean Received Received
  764-SP STROKE FREE STATUS AND DEPRESSION SCORES AMONG THE DIALYSIS PATIENTS alshamsi Shaikha Ali Received Received
  764-FP SIMPLE NUTRITIONAL SCORE PREDICTS SURVIVAL IN INCIDENT HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Stephan Thijssen Received Received
  765-SP RESPONSE TO HEPATITIS B VACCINE AMONG HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS. A SINGLE CENTRE EXPERIENCE Christos Bantis Received Received
  767-FP LEANER PATIENT MEANS LESSER RISK IN HAEMODIALYSIS CASTELLANO-GASCH SANDRA Received Received
  768-FP CLINICAL PARAMETERS AND SURVIVAL IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS WITH LOW BODY CELL MASS INDEX. Cristina Garagarza Received Received
  768-SP REDUCED AUTOPHAGY CORRELATES WITH INCREASED APOPTOSIS IN THE KIDNEY OF BRAIN-DEAD RATS Jean-Paul Decuypere Received Received
  769-FP IS THERE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN MUSCLE STRENGTH AND BODY COMPOSITION PARAMETERS IN ELDERLY PATIENTS ON HEMODIALYSIS? Fernanda Santin Received Received
  772-FP OBESITY IN ELDERLY HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS: LOW SENSITIVITY AND SPECIFICITY OF BODY MASS INDEX Juliana Rodrigues Received Received
  773-FP ASSOCIACTOION OF ANKLE BRACHIAL INDEX AND PROTERIN-ENERGY WASTING WITH MORTALITY IN PATIENTS ON HEMODIALYSIS KEIKO KIMURA Received Received
  773-SP TRANSCRIPTOME ANALYSES OF ZERO KIDNEY GRAFT BIOPSIES REVEAL A ROLE OF METALLOTHIONEINS IN RENAL AGEING Johannes Leierer Received Received
  774-FP EVALUATION OF NUTRITIONAL STATUS IN HEMODIALYSIS ADDING SERUM PREALBUMIN TO THE PROTEIN ENERGY WASTING SCORE IS IT BENEFICIAL ? Marion Fourtage Received Received
  776-FP EFFECTS OF DIALYSIS MODALITY ON MYOSTATIN/HGF BALANCE IN REGULAR HD PATIENTS. Pasquale Esposito Received Received
  776-SP IMPACT OF PRE-TRANSPLANT HISTOLOGICAL SCORE ON FIVE YEARS GRAFT OUTCOMES OF KIDNEYS FROM MARGINAL DONORS: A SINGLE-CENTRE STUDY Paolo Carta Received Received
  778-FP CAN FINGER PINCH STRENGTH BE USED AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO HAND GRIP STRENGTH FOR ASSESSING MUSCLE WEAKNESS IN HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS sally el-kateb Received Received
  778-SP EFFECTS OF CHRONIC HCV INFECTION ON GRAFT AND PATIENT SURVIVAL IN RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS Ekrem Kara Received Received
  779-SP INCREASD INTRAGRAFT MRNA TRANSCRIPT OF GRANZYME-B IS ASSOCIATED WITH CHRONIC TRANSPLANT GLOMERULOPATHY NARAYAN PRASAD Received Received
  779-FP MUSCLE FUNCTION AS PREDICTOR OF MORTALITY IN MAINTENANCE HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Barbara Vogt Received Received
  780-SP PREGNANCY AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION : OUTCOMES, TACROLIMUS DOSES AND TROUGH LEVELS Serkan Aktrk Received Received
  781-SP ANALYSIS OF RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH URINARY TRACT INFECTION IN RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS Aysegul Oruc Received Received
  781-FP DIETARY HABITS OF HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS - THE ROLE OF NUTRITIONAL EDUCATION Nikolina Basic-Jukic Received Received
  783-SP METABOLIC AGE AND OBESITY TYPES AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON RENAL GRAFT FUNCTION AND COMORBIDITIES IN PATIENTS AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION Magdalena Barbara Kaziuk Received Received
  783-FP LOW SERUM TESTOSTERONE LEVELS IN MALE HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS ASSOCIATE WITH REDUCED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND IMPAIRED BODY COMPOSITION Gabriela Cobo Received Received
  784-SP DIFFERENT RISK FACTOR PROFILES DISTINGUISH EARLY-ONSET FROM LATE-ONSET BKV-REPLICATION Thomas Schachtner Received Received
  784-FP RELATIONSHIPS OF TOTAL LYMPHOCYTE COUNT AND SUBPOPULATION LYMPHOCYTE COUNTS WITH THE NUTRITIONAL STATUS IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING HEMODIALYSIS/PERITONEAL DIALYSIS Ho Sik Shin Received Received
  785-FP SERUM AMINO ACIDS BEFORE AND AFTER ORAL SUPPLEMENTATION IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Sylwia Malgorzewicz Received Received
  786-FP LOWER HANDGRIP STRENGTH PREDICTS SIX YEAR MORTALITY OF HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Xiaoyan Peng Received Received
  786-SP ACUTE RENAL TRANSPLANT BIOPSY OUTCOMES IN ATG-INDUCED DCD RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS WITH DELAYED GRAFT FUNCTION Territa Santhakumaran Received Received
  787-SP PREDICTIVE MODELING OF DELAYED GRAFT FUNCTION AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION USING MACHINE LEARNING METHODS Alexander Decruyenaere Received Received
  788-FP OXIDATIVE STRESS AND INFLAMMATION: ARE THEY ALWAYS STRICTLY CORRELATED IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS? Francesco Reggiani Received Received
  788-SP CORONARY ARTERY CALCIFICATION AND MORTALITY IN RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS; A FOLLOW-UP OF UP TO 9 YEARS Sibel Gulcicek Received Received
  789-FP PLEIOTROPIC EFFECTS OF ANGIOTENSIN II RECEPTOR BLOCKERS IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS: A SINGLE-CENTER STUDY Iryna Shifris Received Received
  790-FP EVALUATION OF NUTRITION IN ADULTS ON CAPD BY BIOELECTRICAL IMPEDENCE ANALYSIS (BIA) AND ANTHROPOMETRY AND THE IMPACT OF INTERVENTION ON THEIR NUTRITION. venkataramanan krishnamoorthy Received Received
  790-SP EFFECTIVENESS AND SAFETY OF ORAL PARICALCITOL ON LONG-TERM TREATMENT OF SECONDARY HYPERPARATHYROIDISM IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANT PATIENTS. carlo massimetti Received Received
  791-FP COMPARISON OF SINGLE AND MULTIFREQUENCY BIOELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE ANALYSIS WITH DUAL-ENERGY X-RAY ABSORPTIOMETRY FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF BODY FAT AND LEAN MASS IN PATIENTS ON MAINTENANCE HEMODIALYSIS Barbara Vogt Received Received
  791-SP NODULAR ARTERIOLAR HYALINOSIS AS HISTOPATHOLOGICAL HALLMARK OF CALCINEURIN INHIBITOR NEPHROTOXICITY. ENTAILS ALWAYS THE SAME CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE? Ana González Received Received
  792-SP EFFECT OF LOW DOSE ASPIRIN THERAPY ON RENAL GRAFT FUNCTION AND LONG TERM GRAFT SURVIVAL hatem kaies ibrahim elsayed ali Received Received
  792-FP BODY COMPOSITION IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS : COMPARISON OF TWO BIA DEVICES Anne Kolko Labadens Received Received
  793-FP COMPARISON OF THE NUTRITIONAL STATE OF ELDERLY DAIALYSIS PATIENTS LIVING IN A NURSING HOME AND ELDERLY DIALYSIS OUTPATIENT Taeko Takahashi Received Received
  793-SP LOW 25-HYDROXYVITAMIN D LEVEL IS ASSOCIATED WITH HIGHER OVERALL MORTALITY AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION Jean Filipov Received Received
  796-FP THE ROLE OF DIALYSIS MEMBRANES ON INTRADIALYTIC SELENIUM EXCRETION AND SELENIUM STATUS IN CHRONIC HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Makrouhi Sonikian Received Received
  797-SP TREATMENT OF EARLY SUBCLINICAL REJECTION IS ASSOCIATED TO GRAFT SURVIVAL IMPROVEMENT: 10 YEARS SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE Paolo Gigliotti Received Received
  797-FP ENDOCAN SERUM LEVELS IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS BEFORE AND DURING THE PROCEDURE WITH TWO DIFFERENT DIALYSIS MEMBRANES Edyta Zbroch Received Received
  800-SP FERTILITY-RELATED HORMONES AFTER A SUCCESSFUL RENAL TRANSPLANTATION Dag Eckersten Received Received
  802-FP CORRELATION OF BIOELECTRICAL IMPEDENCE ANALYSIS (BIA) AND CLINICAL ANTHROPOMETRY IN THE EVALUATION OF NUTRITION IN ADULTS ON CAPD krishnamoorthy venkataramanan Received Received
  802-SP EFFICACY OF MONTHLY ORAL MINODRONIC ACID HYDRATE FOR CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE-MINERAL AND BONE DISORDER IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS Tadasuke Ando Received Received
  803-FP IS THE NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF HEMODIALYSIS AND PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS DIFFERENT? Alice Lanca Received Received
  804-SP THE CONTRIBUTION OF INFLAMMATION AND ATHEROSCLEROSIS TO HYPERTENSION IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANTS María A. Azancot Received Received
  805-FP CHANGES IN BODY FAT AND LEAN MASS AFTER INTRODUCTION OF HEMODIALYSIS Shigeichi Shoji Received Received
  806-FP MALNUTRITION INFLAMMATION SCORE PREDICTS MORTALITY IN MAINTENANCE HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS Barbara Vogt Received Received
  806-SP BIRTH WEIGHT AS A MARKER OF NEPHRON MASS: PREDICTING DONOR AND RECIPIENT OUTCOMES Thomas Schachtner Received Received
  808-SP EARLY VS. LATE ACUTE ANTIBODY MEDIATED REJECTION AMONG RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS IN TERMS OF ITS RESPONSE TO RITUXIMAB THERAPY-SINGLE CENTER EXPEREINCE osama gheith Received Received
  808-FP INHIBITORY EFFECT OF EICOSAPENTAENOIC ACID ON PLAQUE PROGESSION IN HIGH AGED HEMODIALYSIS PTIENTS. Yutaka Osawa Received Received
  809-SP DETECTION OF CHRONIC ALLOGRAFT NEPHROPATHY OTHER THAN CALCINEURIN INHIBITOR TOXICITY BY SERUM AND URINE BIOMARKERS IN STABLE KIDNEY TRANSPLANT PATIENTS Frieder Keller Received Received
  810-SP INVASIVE FUNGAL INFECTIONS IN RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS: EPIDEMIOLOGY AND RISK FACTORS Abdulmecit Yildiz Received Received
  811-SP THE OUTCOMES OF SECOND TRANSPLANTATION IN RECURRENT IGA NEPHROPATHY Chung Hee Baek Received Received
  811-FP HEIGHT PREDICTION FROM ANTHROPOMETRIC LENGTH PARAMETERS IN HEMODIALYZED PATIENTS RODOLFO VALTUILLE Received Received
  812-FP CONTRIBUTION OF POPULATION PHARMACOKINETICS TO GUIDE GANCICLOVIR/VALGANCICLOVIR DOSAGE IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANT PATIENTS. Ariadna Padullés Received Received
  813-SP URINARY KIDNEY INJURY MOLECULE-1 CAN PREDICT ACUTE TUBULAR NECROSIS AND DELAYED GRAFT FUNCTION IN LIVING DONOR RENAL ALLOGRAFT RECIPIENTS. Narayan Prasad Received Received
  814-FP CAN THE ANALYSIS OF GENE POLYMORPHISMS IMPROVE PREDICTION MODELS OF NEW ONSET DIABETES AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANT? THE PIVOTAL ROLE OF TCF7L2 RS7903146. Claudio Musetti Received Received
  814-SP RENAL TRANSPLANTATION IN ELDERLY PATIENTS-POLISH MULTICENTRE STUDY Alicja Debska-Slizien Received Received
  815-FP NON-VISIBLE HAEMATURIA IN LIVING KIDNEY DONORS Simomn Winn Received Received
  816-FP IMMUNOLOGIC LONG-TERM OUTCOME OF LIVING KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION DEPENDING ON THE DONOR-RECIPIENT RELATIONSHIP Dmytro Khadzhynov Received Received
  817-SP VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION, CARDIAC HYPERTROPHY AND KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION Azhar Ali Received Received
  817-FP IMPACT OF BASELINE AND POSTOPERATIVE ISOAGGLUTININ TITER ON CLINICAL OUTCOMES IN ABO-INCOMPATIBLE LIVING DONOR KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION Eunhye Shin Received Received
  818-SP STRESS AND ANXIETY LEVEL OF PATIENTS WAITING FOR CADAVERIC RENAL TRANSPLANTATION Murvet Yilmaz Received Received
  819-SP SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF RELAPSING FOCAL SEGMENTAL GLOMERULOSCLEROSIS AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION WITH ABATACEPT Hannelore Sprenger-Maehr Received Received
  820-SP DEATH WITH FUNCTION AS FIRST CAUSE OF KIDNEY ALLOGRAFT LOSS. JAVIER DE TERESA ALGUACIL Received Received
  820-FP AGE DEPENDANT RISK OF GRAFT FAILURE IN YOUNG KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS Jérme HARAMBAT Received Received
  821-FP HUSBAND TO WIFE RENAL TRANSPLANTS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH A HIGHER RISK OF EARLY ANTIBODY MEDIATED REJECTION AND TRANSPLANT GLOMERULOPATHY Harpreet Sawhney Received Received
  821-SP THE EFFECTS OF CALCINEURIN INHIBITORS ON SPERM DNA FRAGMENTATION IN MALE KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS Cuma Bulent GUL Received Received
  822-SP ARE PATIENTS WITH FAMILIAL MEDITERRANEAN FEVER (FMF) GOOD CANDIDATES FOR RENAL TRANSPLANTATION? Milena Voskanyan Received Received
  822-FP KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION IN THE UK Lisa Bradbury Received Received
  823-SP SCREENING OF LATENT TUBERCULOSIS USING QUANTIFERON GOLD TEST AMONG SAUDI KIDNEY TRANSPLANT PATIENTS Mohammed Alghonaim Received Received
  824-FP EFFICACY OF THE NEW DESENSITIZATION PROTOCOL FOR ABO IMCOMPATIBLE LIVING DONOR KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION USING LOW DOSE RITUXIMAB WITHOUT PLASMAPHERESIS. Yoji Hyodo Received Received
  825-FP IMMUNOLOGIC OUTCOMES IN ELDERLY KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS Fabian Halleck Received Received
  825-SP BK VIRUS NEPHROPATHY IN A CENTER PERFORMING MAINLY LIVING KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION Selma Alagoz Received Received
  826-FP DIFFUSE PERITUBULAR CAPILLARITIS IN RENAL ALLOGRAFT REJECTION: AN INDEPENDENT RISK FACTOR FOR GRAFT LOSS Zeljko Kikic Received Received
  827-SP BARIATRIC SURGERY IN OBESE RENAL TRANSPLANTS: SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE osama gheith Received Received
  828-FP VALIDATION IN A SINGLE-CENTER COHORT OF EXISTING PREDICTIVE MODELS FOR DELAYED GRAFT FUNCTION AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION Alexander Decruyenaere Received Received
  829-FP FROM PHARMACOGENETICS TO CLINICAL PRACTICE: WHICH SNPS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH MAJOR LONG TERM GRAFT COMPLICATION IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION Claudio Musetti Received Received
  829-SP PHENOTYPE OF VASCULAR REJECTION AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION: A HIDDEN THREAT Mariana Wohlfahrtova Received Received
  830-FP SERUM CALCIFICATION PROPENSITY (T50) IS A STRONG PREDICTOR OF CARDIAC AND ALL-CAUSE MORTALITY IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS Dag Olav Dahle Received Received
  831-SP RATE OF GFR FALL OVER TIME, 24H AMBULATORY BP MONITORING AND OFFICE BP IN TRANSPLANT PATIENTS. Francesca Mallamaci Received Received
  832-FP TOTAL INFLAMMATION SCORE IN LATE RENAL ALLOGRAFT BIOPSIES FOR CAUSE IS AN INDEPENDENT PREDICTOR OF GRAFT FAILURE Irina Torres Received Received
  833-SP MTOR INHIBITORS IN RENAL TRANSPLANTATION: A FIFTEEN YEAR, SINGLE-CENTER EXPERIENCE Maria Cristina Di Vico Received Received
  834-FP IMPACT OF PREGNANCIES ON IMMUNIZATION AND OUTCOME IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION Oliver Staeck Received Received
  834-SP RISK FACTORS AND THEIR RELATIVE STRENGTHS FOR NEW ONSET DIABETES AFTER TRANSPLANTATION (NODAT) alshamsi Shaikha ali Received Received
  835-FP INTEGRATED CLINICAL-HISTOLOGICAL (ICH) SCORE SYSTEM FOR THE EVALUATION OF MARGINAL DONORS IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION Marco Fiorentino Received Received
  836-SP PROSPECTIVE, 6 MONTH, OPEN LABEL, CONVERSION STUDY FROM MYCOPHENOLATE MOFETIL TO MYCOPHENOLIC ACID EVALUATING THE SEVERITY OF GASTRO-INTESTINAL SYMPTOMS AND MYCOPHENOLIC ACID URINARY METABOLITE AS A SURROGATE MARKER OF PLASMATIC AREA UNDER THE CURVE. Suzon Collette Received Received
  836-FP ASYMPTOMATIC CARRIAGE OF GASTRO-INTESTINAL PATHOGENS IN RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS : EPIDEMIOLOGY AND RISK FACTORS Betoul SCHVARTZ Received Received
  837-SP ECULIZUMAB TREATMENT IN DE NOVO ATYPICAL HAEMOLYTIC URAEMIC SYNDROME AFTER RENAL TRANSPLANTATION ASSOCIATED WITH COMPLETE DEFICIENCY OF FACTOR-H RELATED PROTEINS 1 AND 3 ELENA ROMAN-ORTIZ Received Received
  837-FP BODY MASS INDEX (BMI) MISMATCH IN DECEASED KIDNEY DONATION IS AN INDEPENDENT RISK FACTOR FOR GRAFT FAILURE Oliver Staeck Received Received
  839-FP INDOLEAMINE 2,3-DIOXYGENASE (IDO) UPREGULATION IS AN INDEPENDENT PREDICTOR OF SUSCEPTIBILITY TO INFECTIONS IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANT PATIENTS LICIA PERUZZI Received Received
  840-FP KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION AND PREGNANCY: JUST ANOTHER FORM OF CKD? giorgina barbara piccoli Received Received
  840-SP RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PRE-TRANSPLANT BODY COMPOSITION AND RENAL POST-TRANSPLANT EVOLUTION Gabriela Cobo Received Received
  841-FP DIABETIC KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS: IMPAIRED INFECTION CONTROL AND ALLOREACTIVITY Thomas Schachtner Received Received
  842-SP Is generic tacrolimus Adoport safe in kidney transplantation? Edoardo Melilli Received Received
  843-SP RESPIRATORY IMPAIRMENT IN RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS: AN UNDER-RECOGNISED PHENOMENON Sam Kant Received Received
  843-FP GLOMERULAR FILTRATION RATE STRATIFICATION IN COMBINED LIVER-KIDNEY TRANSPLANT VERSUS LIVER TRANSPLANTATION ALONE: ANALYSIS FROM THE NHSBT UK REGISTRY. Francesca Tinti Received Received
  844-SP EFFECT OF CONVERSION FROM MYCOPHENOLATE MOFETIL TO AZATHIOPRINE IN LIVING DONOR KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION WITH CYCLOSPORINE BASED IMMUNOSUPPRESSANT MOHAMMAD SHAKIB UZ ZAMAN AREFIN Received Received
  844-FP PREGNANCY OUTCOMES AFTER KIDNEY GRAFT IN ITALY: A LONG, EVOLVING STORY (1978-2012). giorgina barbara piccoli Received Received
  845-FP POST-TRANSPLANT LYMPHOPROLIFERATIVE DISORDERS FOLLOWING ALEMTUZUMAB INDUCTION IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION Harpreet Sawhney Received Received
  845-SP CLINICAL OUTCOME OF ACUTE REJECTION EPISODES IN KIDNEY RECIPIENTS: ANALYSIS OF 12 YEARS OF SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE Serkan Akturk Received Received
  846-FP EARLY CMV-SPECIFIC T CELL RESPONSE AND EGFR IDENTIFY PATIENTS AT HIGH RISK OF INFECTION AFTER RENAL TRANSPLANTATION Francesca Leone Received Received
  849-SP MONOCLONAL GAMMOPATHY-ASSOCIATED DEPOSITE DENSE GLOMERULONEPHRITIS RECURRENT IN RENAL TRANSPLANTED PATIENT: A CASE REPORT Stefania Bussolino Received Received
  849-FP KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION WITH ORGANS FROM CONTROLLED DONORS AFTER CIRCULATORY DEATH: EARLY REPORT FROM SPANISH MULTICENTRE EXPERIENCE Omar Lafuente Covarrubias Received Received
  850-FP TACROLIMUS TROUGH SERUM LEVELS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH SUBCLINICAL INFLAMMATION IN THREE MONTH SURVEILLANCE BIOPSIES PERFORMED IN STABLE RENAL TRANSPLANTS. Irina Torres Received Received
  850-SP ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN RENAL TRANSPLANT PATIENTS. CLINICAL AND HISTOLOGICAL PARAMETERS OF DISMAL RENAL OUTCOME. THEOFANIS APOSTOLOU Received Received
  851-FP FAVORABLE OUTCOME OF OLDER MEDICALLY COMPLEX LIVING DONOR: MONOCENTRIC EXPERIENCE. Davide Diena Received Received
  851-SP THE SHORT AND LONG TERM COMPLICATIONS AND OUTCOME OF COMMERCIAL KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION :A SINGLE CENTER STUDY Faheem Ahmed Received Received
  852-SP VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS Radmila Velickovic Radovanovic Received Received
  852-FP SKIN AGE DEPOSITS DECREASE ONE YEAR AFTER PANCREAS-KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION La Salete Martins Received Received
  853-FP FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR 23 AND INTACT PARATHORMONE IN POST TRANSPLANT PERIOD ON LONGITUDINAL FOLLOW-UP Narayan Prasad Received Received
  854-FP POST-TRANSPLANTATION HYPOPHOSPHATEMIA IS ASSOCIATED WITH A REDUCED RISK OF GRAFT FAILURE AND CARDIOVASCULAR MORTALITY AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION M.H. de Borst Received Received
  855-FP SUCCESSFUL ABO BLOOD TYPE INCOMPATIBLE KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION WITHOUT SPLENECTOMY OR ANTI-CD20 TREATMENT AMIT SHARMA Received Received
  855-SP THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ELEVATED LEVELS OF ERYTHROPOIETIN AND THE NUMBER OF ENDOTHELIAL PROGENITOR CELL WITH IMPROVEMENT OF ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION IN RENAL FAILURE PATIENTS 3 MOUNTHS AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION Linda Armelia Received Received
  856-FP MALIGNANCIES AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION ARE ASSOCIATED WITH AN INCREASED RISK OF GRAFT LOSS BUT NOT OF CHRONIC REJECTION. Claudio Musetti Received Received
  856-SP FACTORS INFLUENCING LYMPHOCEL DEVELOPMENT AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION: SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE Yavuz Ayar Received Received
  857-SP EFFECTS OF CONCOMITANT IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE AND PROTEIN PUMP INHIBITOR THERAPY ON THE PREVALENCE OF GASTROINTESTINAL SYMPTOMS IN PATIENTS LATE AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION Jerzy Królikowski Received Received
  857-FP DESENSITIZATION WITH RITUXIMAB IN ABO INCOMPATIBLE KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION IN JAPAN. KAZUHIDE SAITO Received Received
  858-FP FIRST REPORT OF THERAPEUTIC DRUG MONITORING OF AZATHIOPRINE IN LONG-TERM RENAL TRANSPLANT SURVIVORS - WHAT IS THE DESIRABLE RANGE TO TARGET? Jennifer Joslin Received Received
  858-SP RECURRENT URINARY TRACT INFECTION AMONG RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS: RISK FACTORS AND LONG TERM OUTCOME khaled Abdeltawab Received Received
  859-SP MINERAL METABOLISM MARKERS IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION: INFLUENCE ON THE EVOLUTION OF GRAFT, PATIENT SURVIVAL AND CARDIOVASCULAR RISK. SARA JIMENEZ Received Received
  860-FP LAPAROSCOPIC LIVE-DONOR NEPHRECTOMY WITH TRANSVAGINAL GRAFT EXTRACTION Dmitry Perlin Received Received
  860-SP PRETRANSPLANTATION HEMODIALYSIS STRATEGY INFLUENCES EARLY GRAFT FUNCTION, SURGICAL AND INFECTIOUS COMPLICATIONS Ivana Mikolasevic Received Received
  862-SP ANALYSIS OF LIVER FUNCTION TEST ABNORMALITIES IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS Abdulmecit Yildiz Received Received
  863-SP THE COMBINATION IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE THERAPY OF EVEROLIMUS WITH LOW DOSE TACROLIMUS IN DE NOVO KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION IN CHILDREN. Yuko Hamasaki Received Received
  863-FP INPATIENT VERSUS OUTPATIENT RENAL TRANSPLANT BIOPSY: A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY COMPARING COMPLICATION RATES saurabh chaudhri Received Received
  864-FP THE OUTCOME OF KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION IN ANTI-NEUTROPHIL CYTOPLASMIC ANTIBODY ASSOCIATED VASCULITIS Jesmar Buttigieg Received Received
  865-FP SUCCESSFUL COST EFFECTIVE PREVENTION OF CYTOMEGALOVIRUS DISEASE IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS USING LOW DOSE VALGANCICLOVIR osama gheith Received Received
  867-FP VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY IS AN INDEPENDENT RISK FACTOR FOR URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS AFTER RENAL TRANSPLANTS Young Eun Kwon Received Received
  868-SP A PROPENSITY-MATCHED COMPARISON OF HARD OUTCOMES IN CHILDREN ON CHRONIC DIALYSIS: THE ITALIAN REGISTRY EXPERIENCE Enrico Vidal Received Received
  869-SP ANTI-EBNA SEROCONVERSION AND RISK OF EBV-RELATED PTLD IN PEDIATRIC RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS Germana Longo Received Received
  869-FP RELATION BETWEEN FEMORAL BONE MINERAL DENSITY AND AORTIC CALCIFICATIONS IN A COHORT OF RENAL TRANSPLANTED PATIENTS Carlo Alfieri Received Received
  870-FP HLA-DR MATCHING IMPROVES IMMUNOLOGIC OUTCOMES IN ELDERLY KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS Fabian Halleck Received Received
  871-SP MARKERS OF HEMODIALYSIS INDUCED SILENT MYOCARDIAL INJURY: CORRELATION WITH TISSUE DOPPLER AND SYSTOLIC STRAIN IMAGING ibrahim youssef omneya Received Received
  872-FP PAIRED DONATION IN THE UNITED KINGDOM AND OPTIMISING ROUTE TO KIDNEY TRANSPLANT FOR INCOMPATIBLE PAIRS Matthew Robb Received Received
  874-SP THE FEATURES OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE METABOLISM IN THE FORMATION OF DIABETIC KIDNEY DISEASE IN CHILDREN Valentyn Tsymbal Received Received
  875-FP M-TOR INHIBITORS-INDUCED PNEUMONITIS IN RENAL TRANSPLANTED PATIENTS: A SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE Alberto Mella Received Received
  876-SP HOW LONG WILL MY CHILD HAVE TO WAIT FOR THEIR KIDNEY TRANSPLANT? Laura Pankhurst Received Received
  877-SP DIAGNOSING OF HEART CONDUCTION DISORDERS BY A COMPARATIVE METHOD FOR BAND PATTERS IN CHILDREN WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE ON CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT- PILOT STUDY Laszki-Szczachor Krystyna Received Received
  879-SP AMINOTHIOLS IN HOMOCYSTEINE METABOLIC CYCLE ARE ASSOCIATED WITH CARDIOVASCULAR OUTCOMES IN CHILDREN WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE You-Lin Tain Received Received
  879-FP A SINGLE-CENTER COMPARISON OF 22 COMPETING DEFINITIONS FOR DELAYED GRAFT FUNCTION AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION Philippe Decruyenaere Received Received
  880-SP INCIDENCE AND LONG-TERM OUTCOMES OF CHILDHOOD CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE IN TAIWAN YOUTH Hsu Chien-Ning Received Received
  880-FP ESTIMATION OF GLOMERULAR FILTRATION IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANT PATIENTS WITH NEW CKD-EPI EQUATIONS SHOW IMPORTANT DIFFERENCES RESPECT COMMONLY USED MDRD EQUATION. BORREGO UTIEL FRANCISCO JOSE Received Received
  881-SP RENAL BIOPSY SURVEY IN CHILDREN LICIA PERUZZI Received Received
  882-SP BORTEZOMIB FOR THE TREATMENT OF RENAL CHRONIC ANTIBODY MEDIATED REJECTION IN PEDIATRIC AGE Marta Lepore Received Received
  883-SP COULD DECLINE IN GLOMERULAR FILTRATION RATE AT THE TIME OF KIDNEY BIOPSY PREDICT PROGRESSION OF STEROID-RESISTANT NEPHROTIC SYNDROME IN CHILDREN? Larisa Prikhodina Received Received
  884-FP RELEVANCE OF RENAL ALLOGRAFTS CALCIFICATIONS DETECTED BY PROTOCOL BIOPSIES Ana Sánchez-Escuredo Received Received
  885-FP PHOSPHATE METABOLISM DISTURBANCES IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS Ruzica Smalcelj Received Received
  887-SP LONG-TERM RENAL OUTCOME OF A LARGE COHORT OF PATIENTS WITH TUBEROUS SCLEROSIS COMPLEX Djalila Mekahli Received Received
  887-FP HTLV-1-ASSOCIATED MYELOPATHY IN PREOPERATIVELY HTLV-1 NEGATIVE RECIPIENTS AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION FROM HTLV-1 POSITIVE DONORS Junji Yamauchi Received Received
  888-FP THE WEST MIDLANDS RENAL TRANSPLANT TRANSITION SERVICE: EFFECT ON GRAFT FUNCTION Larissa Kerecuk Received Received
  889-FP LONG TERM FOLLOW UP OF ACTIVE MANAGEMENT VERSUS MINIMIZATION OF IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVES OF BK VIRUS ASSOCIATED NEPHROPATHY AFTER A KIDNEY TRANSPLANT Medhat Abdel Halim Received Received
  890-FP DYSREGULATED TH17 CELL IS ASSOCIATED WITH CHRONIC CALCINEURIN INHIBITOR TOXICITY IN RENAL ALLOGRAFT RECIPIENTS. Brijesh Yadav Received Received
  891-FP THE PROFILE OF ADIPOKINES IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANTED PATIENTS WITH METABOLIC SYNDROME. Sylwia Ma&322;gorzewicz Received Received
  892-FP BODY COMPOSITION, METABOLIC SYNDROME AND KIDNEY FUNCTION;CONSIDERATION FROM KIDNEY TRANSPLANT DONORS MIKIKO YOSHIKAWA Received Received
  892-SP OCCURRENCE OF URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS AND URINARY TRACT MALFORMATIONS IN AGED 0-3 YEARS CHILDREN WITH UROLITHIASIS Katarzyna Jobs Received Received
  893-FP NEW ONSET DIABETES IN A LIVING DONOR KIDNEY TRANSPLANT PROGRAMME: TREATMENT AND OUTCOME shyam bihari bansal Received Received
  893-SP MORPHOLOGICAL ALTERATIONS OF PODOCYTES IN ALPORT SYNDROME INVESTIGATED BY LOW VACUUM SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY Shinichi Okada Received Received
  894-FP FIRST TWO YEARS OF RENAL TRANSPLANTATION IN MONTENEGRO Marina Ratkovic Received Received
  894-SP ECULIZUMAB IN ANTIBODY-MEDIATED REJECTION OF PAEDIATRIC RENAL TRANSPLANTATION ELENA ROMAN-ORTIZ Received Received
  895-FP USEFULNESS OF KIDNEY PREIMPLANTATION BIOPSIES FROM DECEASED DONORS FOR KIDNEY TRANSPLANT ALLOCATION Clara García-Carro Received Received
  895-SP PACAP DEFICIENCY AS A CAUSE OF INCREASED PLATELET AGGREGABILITY IN IDIOPATHIC NEPHROTIC SYNDROME Benedicte Eneman Received Received
  896-SP BONE MINERAL DENSITY IN CHILDREN WITH IDIOPATHIC HYPERCALCIURIA Malgorzata Panczyk-Tomaszewska Received Received
  896-FP PATIENT-RELATED FACTORS AFFECTING THE INITIAL TACROLIMUS TROUGH LEVEL AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION Aureliusz Kolonko Received Received
  897-FP INTERMEDIATE TERM OUTCOME OF BORTEZOMIB TREATED RESISTANT ACUTE ANTIBODY-MEDIATED REJECTION AMONG RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS: SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE osama gheith Received Received
  898-FP CAROTID ATHEROSCLEROSIS PROGRESSION AND REVERSE DIPPER PATTERN IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION María A. Azancot Received Received
  899-SP OCCURRENCE OF ATYPICAL HEMOLYTIC UREMIC SYNDROME FOLLOWING INFLUENZA B INFECTION Djalila Mekahli Received Received
  899-FP DEGREE OF LIVER INVOLVEMENT IN STABLE KIDNEY TRANSPLANT PATIENTS WITH HEPATITIS C INFECTION: A SINGLE-CENTER EXPERIENCE Mario Jiménez Received Received
  900-FP NEPHROLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS ABOUT MALPIGHIS OPERA POSTHUMA 1698 Carlo Alberto Ricciardi Received Received
  901-FP SOME DIURETIC PLANTS CITED IN THE BIBLE AND IN THE MORETUM POEM FROM THE APPENDIX VERGILIANA. Luigi Iorio Received Received
  902-FP HISTORICAL REVIEW OF THE ZODIACS INFLUENCE ON THE KIDNEYS ACCORDING TO THE ANCIENT GREEK LITERATURE Athanasios Diamandopoulos Received Received
  903-FP NEPHRITIS AND REMEDIES DURING THE 19TH CENTURY ELISABETTA RICCIARDI Received Received
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