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FREE COMMUNICATION 19


15:15-16:45    HALL B

Free Communication Session 19 + Mini Lecture

CKD epidemiology

Chairs: Friedrich Port, Ann Arbor, U.S.A.
             Bénédicte Stengel, Villejuif, France

Mini lecture
How valid are surrogate endpoints in nephrology research?
Carmine Zoccali, Reggio Calabria, Italy

FREE COMMUNICATIONS

MO029
LONG TERM, BUT NOT SHORT TERM, BLOOD PRESSURE VARIABILITY PREDICTS CARDIOVASCULAR
OUTCOMES IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS
Francesca Mallamaci1, Roberto Minutolo2, Giovanna Stanzione2, Graziella D’Arrigo1, Daniela Leonardis1, Giovanni Tripepi1, Teresa Cicchetti3, Maurizio Postorino1, Luca De Nicola2, Giuseppe Conte2, Silvio Borrelli2, Carmine Zoccali1, 1CNR, CNR-IFC and Nephrol Dial Transplant Unit, Reggio Calabria, ITALY, 2Second Univ, Nephrology Dept, Naples, ITALY, 3ASP, Nephrology Unit Rossano, Rossano, ITALY.

MO030
CLINICAL EPIDEMIOLOGY, TREATMENT & SURVIVAL OF YOUNG ADULTS STARTING RENAL
REPLACEMENT THERAPY IN THE UK USING 15 YEARS OF UK RENAL REGISTRY DATA
Alexander J. Hamilton1, Anna Casula2, Yoav Ben-Shlomo1, Fergus J. Caskey3, Carol D. Inward4, 1Univ Bristol, SSCM, Bristol, UK, 2UK Renal Registry, Statistics, Bristol, UK, 3UK Renal Registry, SMT, Bristol, UK, 4Bristol Royal Hosp Children, Nephrology, Bristol, UK.

MO031
IS THE INCIDENCE OF RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPY IN WESTERNIZED COUNTRIES DECLINING?
Vicky De Meyer1, Johan De Meester2,3, Frédéric Collart4,5, Jean-Louis Bosmans1, Daniel Abramowicz1, 1Antwerp Univ Hosp, Nephrology and hypertension, Edegem, BELGIUM, 2AZ Nikolaas, Nephrology, Sint Niklaas, BELGIUM, 3NBVN, Registry commity, Edegem, BELGIUM, 4CHU Bbrugmann, Nephrology, Brussels, BELGIUM, 5GNFB, Registry commity, Anderlecht, BELGIUM.

MO032
CKD REMISSION IN A PROSPECTIVE COHORT OF PEOPLE WITH CKD STAGE 3 RECRUITED FROM
PRIMARY CARE
Adam Shardlow1,2, Natasha J. McIntyre1, Richard J. Fluck1, Chris W. McIntyre3, Maarten W. Taal1,2, 1Royal Derby Hosp, Renal Medicine, Derby, UK, 2Univ Nottingham, Div Medical Sciences and Graduate Entry Medicine, Nottingham, UK, 3Univ Western Ontario, Schulich School Medicine and Dentistry, London, ON, CANADA.

MO033
EVOLUTION OF RENAL FUNCTION IN A LARGE COHORT OF HIV POSITIVE PATIENTS TREATED
WITH HIGHLY ACTIVE ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY: A RETROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY
Nesrine Lamine1, Maria Garjau1, Marc Delforge2, Stéphane De Wit2, Karl M. Wissing3, 1CHU Brugmann, Nephrology, Brussels, BELGIUM, 2CHU St Pierre, Infectious Diseases, Brussels, BELGIUM,
3CHU Brugmann/UZ Brussel, Nephrology, Brussels, BELGIUM.

 

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