FREE COMMUNICATION 12


08:00 - 09:30     CAPITAL SUITE 10/11

Free Communication Session 12 + Mini Lectures

Clinical AKI - 1

Chairs: Mark Devonald, Nottingham, UK
            Norbert H. Lameire, Ghent, Belgium

Mini lecture
Peritoneal dialysis in the management of AKI: has it been ignored?
Daniela Ponce, Botucatu, Brazil

FREE COMMUNICATIONS

SaO004
NATIONAL TREND IN ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY REQUIRING DIALYSIS IN ENGLAND BETWEEN 1998 AND 2013: NATIONAL DATABASE STUDY
Nitin V. Kolhe1, Andrew Muirhead2, Sally R. Wilkes3, Richard J. Fluck1, Maarten W. Taal1,4, 1Royal Derby Hosp, Renal Medicine, Derby, UK, 2Derby City, Public Health, Derby, UK, 3Univ Nottingham, Div Rheumatology, Orthopaedics and Dermatology, Nottingham, UK, 4Univ Nottingham, Div Medical Sciences and Graduate Entry Medicine, Derby, UK.

SaO005
LONG TERM CONSEQUENCES OF TRANSIENT ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY ON RISK OF DEATH AND KIDNEY FAILURE IN THE IRISH HEALTH SYSTEM.
John P. Ferguson1, Mohammed E. Elsayed2, Austin G. Stack2, 1Univ Limerick, School Medicine, Limerick, IRELAND, 2Univ Limerick, Nephrology, Limerick, IRELAND.

SaO006
IMPACT OF IMPLEMENTATION OF A CARE BUNDLE ON OUTCOMES AFTER ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY
Nitin Kolhe1, David Staples2, Timothy Reilly3, Nicholas Selby1, Richard Fluck1, Maarten Taal1,4, 1Royal Derby Hosp, Renal Medicine, Derby, UK, 2Royal Derby Hosp, Acute Medicine, Derby, UK, 3Royal Derby Hosp, Information, Management and Technology, Derby, UK, 4Univ Nottingham, Div Medical Sciences and Graduate Entry Medicine, Derby, UK.

SaO007
IMPLEMENTATION OF AN AUTOMATED PRIMARY CARE ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY (AKI) WARNING SYSTEM: A REVIEW OF 2 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Omid S. Alavijeh1, Katie Hadfield2, Jas Bansal3, Chris Laing4, Anne Dawnay2, 1Univ College London Hosp NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH), Medicine, London, UK, 2UCLH, Biochemistry, London, UK, 3UCLH, Medicine, London, UK, 4Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, Nephrology, London, UK.

SaO008
NORMALISATION OF RENAL FUNCTION FOLLOWING EARLY INITIATION OF ECULIZUMAB IN PATIENTS WITH ATYPICAL HAEMOLYTIC URAEMIC SYNDROME: POOLED ANALYSIS OF PROSPECTIVE CLINICAL TRIALS Yahsou Delmas1, Johan Vande Walle2, Gianluigi Ardissino3, Jimmy Wang4, John Kincaid4, Herman Haller5, 1Centre Hosp Univ Bordeaux, Bordeaux, FRANCE, 2Univ Hosp Ghent, Ghent, BELGIUM, 3Osp Maggiore Policlinico, Milan, ITALY, 4Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Cheshire, CT, 5Medical School Hannover, Hannover, GERMANY.

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