A study in Winnipeg and Halifax will take a preliminary look at the effects of treating acidosis with a diet of alkalizing fruit and vegetables, compared to the standard treatment of sodium bicarbonate tablets.
Researchers have created three new predictive models to help identify kidney patients at high risk of complications following surgery for a non-cardiac related matter.
Kidney transplant recipients with a failing graft show greater risk of kidney failure than their peers without a transplant
A new study shows that kidney transplant recipients with stable but reduced graft function are more likely to experience kidney failure and death than those who don’t have a transplant.
Females living with kidney disease are invited to complete a voluntary, anonymous survey about their beliefs, perceptions and priorities regarding reproductive health and kidney disease.
Identification and Prioritization of Postoperative Outcomes in Research with Multidisciplinary Stakeholders and People Living with Kidney Failure
Identifying what is most important to people with kidney failure as they have surgery, to learn more about these outcomes and understand if tools should be developed to predict the risk of those outcomes.
Collecting valuable information from health care practitioners and patient partners about experiences and challenges faced when treating Acute Kidney Injury. This information will be used to develop a set of accessible and practical resources for family doctors and patients to help improve the AKI care.
A new tool supports transplant candidates and their doctors to decide whether to accept a donated kidney now or wait until another, potentially better match is available.
Seeking patient partners to identify mental health concerns, including those among Indigenous individuals receiving hemodialysis.
There are no existing guidelines to support long-term follow-up care of AKI in children. A new study surveyed pediatric nephrologists, PICU doctors and nurses to better understand current follow-up practices.
We are looking for people like you or “patient partners” to co-create an app to help those receiving in-center hemodialysis live, feel, and be well.