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29th International Congress of The Transplantation Society (TTS 2022), Buenos Aires, Argentina

Dr Nicole De La Mata presenting: poster Patient experience of the kidney transplant waitlist: An Australian cohort study Dr Brenda Rosales presenting: mini oral Natural history of CXCR5+ t follicular-like helper (TFH) cells in kidney transplant recipients with rejection James Hedley presenting mini oral Cost-effectiveness… Read More »29th International Congress of The Transplantation Society (TTS 2022), Buenos Aires, Argentina

Australian and New Zealand Society of Nephrology 57th ANZSN Scientific Meeting

CODE team presenting: Rachel Cutting: AcceSS and Equity in Transplantation (ASSET) New Zealand: Protocol for population-wide data linkage platform to investigate equity in access to kidney failure health services in New Zealand. Dr Nicole De La Mata: Impact of mental illness on post-transplantation outcomes in… Read More »Australian and New Zealand Society of Nephrology 57th ANZSN Scientific Meeting

Cardiac Mortality in Kidney Transplant Patients: A Population-based Cohort Study 1988–2013 in Australia and New Zealand

The aims of our study were to: (1) identify risk factors for circulatory death in kidney transplant recipients; (2) compare cardiac mortality in kidney transplant recipients and the general population; and (3) compare cardiac mortality in women and men post kidney transplant. Find full text… Read More »Cardiac Mortality in Kidney Transplant Patients: A Population-based Cohort Study 1988–2013 in Australia and New Zealand

Cause of death for people with end-stage kidney disease withdrawing from treatment in Australia and New Zealand

Our study objective was to estimate treatment withdrawal death rates within the Australian and New Zealand ESKD population, as well as to compare the underlying cause of death between the national death register and the Australian and New Zealand Dialysis and Transplant Registry (ANZDATA). Find… Read More »Cause of death for people with end-stage kidney disease withdrawing from treatment in Australia and New Zealand

Patient and kidney transplant survival in type 1 diabetics after kidney transplant alone compared to simultaneous pancreas-kidney transplant

We aimed to determine any benefits of simultaneous pancreas-kidney transplant compared to kidney transplant alone from a deceased donor (D-KTA) or from a living donor (L-KTA)in people with ESKD and T1DM in Australia and New Zealand. Find full text here: Patient and kidney transplant survival… Read More »Patient and kidney transplant survival in type 1 diabetics after kidney transplant alone compared to simultaneous pancreas-kidney transplant

Epidemiology of cardiovascular death in kidney failure: An Australian and New Zealand cohort study using data linkage

Our study objective was to describe the epidemiology of cardiovascular death (specifically cardiac and peripheral vascular deaths excluding stroke) across the lifespan of KF. In particular, we aimed to understand the effects of multimorbidity and KRT modality on cardiovascular mortality rates. We further aimed to… Read More »Epidemiology of cardiovascular death in kidney failure: An Australian and New Zealand cohort study using data linkage

Sex differences in mortality among binational cohort of people with chronic kidney disease: population based data linkage study

Our study aimed to evaluate sex differences in mortality in the Australian and New Zealand population with kidney failure by using relative measures of survival to account for expected background mortality in the general population. We hypothesised that people with kidney failure would have greater… Read More »Sex differences in mortality among binational cohort of people with chronic kidney disease: population based data linkage study

Prevalence of anal cytological abnormalities and high-risk human papillomavirus prevalence in kidney transplant recipients: A cross-sectional study

We have conducted a cross-sectional study at a large transplant center in Australia to assess the feasibility of screening for anal cancer in kidney transplant recipients. Find full text here: Prevalence of anal cytological abnormalities and high-risk human papillomavirus prevalence in kidney transplant recipients: A… Read More »Prevalence of anal cytological abnormalities and high-risk human papillomavirus prevalence in kidney transplant recipients: A cross-sectional study

Notifiable Infectious Diseases Among Organ Transplant Recipients: A Data-Linked Cohort Study, 2000–2015

A cohort study was performed among all solid organ recipients in NSW, Australia, transplanted from 2000 to 2015. This was used to estimate the burden of notifiable infectious diseases compared to the general population. Find full text here: Notifiable Infectious Diseases Among Organ Transplant Recipients:… Read More »Notifiable Infectious Diseases Among Organ Transplant Recipients: A Data-Linked Cohort Study, 2000–2015