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FREE COMMUNICATION 3

11:45 - 13:15   HALL C

 

Free Communication Session 3

 

Transplantation clinical 1

 

Chairs: Daniel Abramowicz, Antwerp, Belgium

            Visnja Lezaic, Belgrade, Serbia

 

FREE COMMUNICATIONS

 

SO012

PREGNANCY OUTCOMES IN RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS IN ENGLAND OVER 15 YEARS

Nadia Sarween1, Sian Hughes2, Felicity Evison2, Clara Day1, Ellen Knox3, Graham Lipkin1, 1Univ Hosp Birmingham, Renal Medicine, Birmingham, UK, 2Univ Hosp Birmingham, Health Informatics, Birmingham, UK, 3Birmingham Women’s Hosp, Dept Obstetrics, Birmingham, UK.

 

SO013

REMOTE ISCHAEMIC CONDITIONING ON RECIPIENTS OF DECEASED RENAL TRANSPLANTS DOES NOT IMPROVE EARLY GRAFT FUNCTION. A MULTICENTRE, RANDOMISED, CONTROLLED CLINICAL TRIAL

Nicoline V. Krogstrup1, Mihai Oltean2, Gertrude J. Nieuwenhuijs-Moeke3, Frank J. M. F. Dor4, Ulla Møldrup5, Søren P. Kragh6, Bo M. Bibby7, Henrik Birn1, Bente Jespersen1, 1Aarhus Univ Hosp, Renal Medicine, Aarhus, DENMARK, 2Sahlgrenska Univ Hosp, Transplant Inst, Gothenburg, SWEDEN, 3Univ Medical Center, Anaesthesiology, Groningen, NETHERLANDS, 4Univ Medical Center, Div HPB & Transplant Surgery, Rotterdam, NETHERLANDS, 5Aarhus Univ Hosp, Urology, Aarhus, DENMARK, 6Aarhus Univ Hosp, Pathology, Aarhus, DENMARK, 7Aarhus Univ, Biostatistics, Aarhus, DENMARK.

 

SO014

THE PRESENCE OF CMV-SPECIFIC T-CELLS IN CMV-SERONEGATIVE KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS PREDICTS OUTCOME AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION

Thomas Schachtner1,2, Maik Stein2, Petra Reinke1,2, 1Charité Univ Medicine Berlin, Nephrology and Internal Intensive Care, Berlin, GERMANY, 2Charité Univ Medicine Berlin, Berlin-Brandenburg Center Regenerative Therapies, Berlin, GERMANY.

 

SO015

KDPI DEPENDENT OUTCOMES AND DISCARD RATES - A COMPARISON OF EUROPEAN AND U.S. RESULTS

Lukas J. Lehner, Anna Kleinsteuber, Dmytro Khadzhynov, Fabian Halleck, Eva Schrezenmeier, Michael Duerr, Klemens Budde, Oliver Staeck, Charite Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Dept. Nephrology Campus Charité Mitte, Berlin, GERMANY.

 

SO016

INFLAMMATION IN EARLY KIDNEY ALLOGRAFT SURVEILLANCE BIOPSIES WITH AND WITHOUT ASSOCIATED TUBULO-INTERSTITIAL CHRONIC DAMAGE AS A PREDICTOR OF FIBROSIS PROGRESSION AND DEVELOPMENTOF DE NOVO DONOR SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES

Clara Garcia-Carro1, Christina Dörje2, Anders Åsberg2, Karsten Midvetdt2, Hallvard Holdaas2, Helge Scott3, Finn P. Reinholt3, Daniel Serón1, Anna V. Reisæter2, 1Hosp Vall d’Hebron, Nephrology, Barcelona, SPAIN, 2Oslo Univ Hosp, RiksHosp, Transplant Medicine, Oslo, NORWAY, 3Oslo Univ Hosp, RiksHosp, Pathology, Oslo, NORWAY.

 

SO017

DISORDERED SLEEP BREATHING IS THE MAJOR DETERMINANT OF NON-DIPPING AND NOCTURNAL

HYPERTENSION IN TRANSPLANT PATIENTS

Francesca Mallamaci, Rocco Tripepi, Maria Carmela Versace, Fabio Provenzano, Angela Mafrica, Claudia Torino, Graziella D’Arrigo, Daniela Leonardis, Giovanni Tripepi, Carmine Zoccali, CNR, CNR-IFC and Nephrol Dial Transplant Unit, Reggio Calabria, ITALY.

 

 

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