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FREE COMMUNICATION 26


17:00-18:30   HALL K

Free Communication Session 26

CKD rehabilitation

Chairs: Naomi Clyne, Lund, Sweden
             Adamasco Cupisti, Pisa, Italy

FREE COMMUNICATIONS

MO064
RENEXC - A TRIAL ON EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION
Naomi Clyne1, Matthias Hellberg1, Philippa Svensson1, Huda Abdulahi1, Peter Högberg2, 1Clinical
Sciences, Lund, Nephrology, Lund, SWEDEN, 2Laboratory Medicine, Pharmacology, Lund, SWEDEN.

MO065
MULTICENTRIC EVALUATION OF A SPORT THERAPY PROGRAM DURING DIALYSIS
Gero von Gersdorff1, Mathias Schaller1, Kirsten Anding-Rost2, Thomas Baer2, Rolfdieter Krause3,
Norgit Meyer4, Thomas Stehr4, Christiane Hintzen-Kruse5, Torsten Siepmann5, Jens Passauer6, Christian Hugo6, Claudia Karger7, Joachim Beige7, 1Univ Cologne Medical Center, Dept Medicine II - QiNgroup, Cologne, GERMANY, 2KfH-Kuratorium für Dialyse und Nierentransplantation, Nierenzentrum
Bischofswerda, Bischofswerda, GERMANY, 3ReNi-German Society of Sports Rehabilitation in CKD, I,
Berlin, GERMANY, 4KfH-Kuratorium for Dialysis and Kidney Tranplantation, Kidney Center Bautzen,
Bautzen, GERMANY, 5KfH-Kuratorium für Dialyse und Nierentransplantation, Nierenzentrum Chemnitz,
Chemnitz, GERMANY, 6KfH-Kuratorium für Dialyse und Nierentransplantation, Nierenzentrum
Dresden, Dresden, GERMANY, 7KfH-Kuratorium für Dialyse und Nierentransplantation, Nierenzentrum
Leipzig St. Georg, Leipzig, GERMANY.

MO066
ESTABLISHING THE RELATIONSHIP OF MUSCLE STRENGTH AND MUSCLE MASS WITH 5-YEAR
CLINICAL OUTCOMES IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION
Winnie Chan1,2, Jos Bosch2, Okdeep Kaur1, Anna Phillips2, Richard Borrows1, 1Univ Hosps Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, Dept Nephrology & Kidney Transplantation, Birmingham, UK, 2Univ Birmingham, School Sport, Exercise & Rehabilitation Sciences, Birmingham, UK.

MO067
LONG-TERM PULSE WAVE VELOCITY AND VO2PEAK OUTCOMES WITH 12 WEEKS OF AEROBIC
OR RESISTANCE TRAINING IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS: A FOLLOW-UP OF THE
EXERT STUDY.
Ellen O’Connor1,2,3, Herolin Lindup1, Eilish Nugent4, David Goldsmith4, Iain C. Macdougall2,3, Sharlene A. Greenwood1,2,3, 1King’s College Hosp, Physiotherapy Dept, London, UK, 2King’s College Hosp, Dept Renal Medicine, London, UK, 3King’s College London, Renal sciences, London, UK, 4Guys and St Thomas’ Hosp, Dept Renal Medicine, London, UK.

MO068
HIGH INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING IMPROVES PHYSICAL FUNCTIONING, INFLAMMATION
AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS
Myriam Isnard Rouchon1, Céline Courtard1, Marion Matysiak2, Pierre Ravel3, Céline Forte4, Nathalie Boisseau2, 1Aura Auvergne, Dialysis, Chamalieres, FRANCE, 2Blaise Pascal Univ, Lab Metabolic Adaptations to Exercise in Physiological and Pathological Condition, Clermont Ferrand, FRANCE, 3Cardiology, Centre Médical République, Clermont Ferrand, FRANCE, 4Biochemistry, GEN BIO Les Gravanches, Clermont Ferrand, FRANCE.

MO069
EFFICACY OF INTRADIALYTIC PROTEIN SUPPLEMENTATION AND EXERCISE TRAINING
Kenneth R. Wilund1, Jin H. Jeong1, Peter J. Fitschen1, Pei T. Wu2, Emily J. Tomayko3, Hae R. Chung4, Mohamed Ali5, Shane A. Phillips5, Bo Fernhall6, 1Univ Illinois, Dept Kinesiology and Community Health, Urbana, IL, 2Univ Caliornia, Dept Medicine, Los Angeles, CA, 3Univ Wisconsin, Dept Nutritional Sciences, Madison, WI, 4Clayton State Univ, College Health, Morrow, GA, 5Univ Illinois, Dept Physical Therapy, Chicago, IL, 6Univ Illinois, Dept Kinesiology and Nutrition, Chicago, IL.

 

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