Standardised definitions are required before frailty can be routinely assessed in clinical practice

Earlier this year, a retrospective study published in the American Journal of Kidney Diseases came to the conclusion that “frailty may be useful for...

History warns us against “optimistic exuberance” in drug-coated balloon trials

The importance of assessing clinical trial data in an objective, balanced way has been borne out by recent history in the vascular surgery space,...

Fistula, graft or catheter—first and foremost, dialysis patients want an access that works

“Catheters are not nearly as bad as we make them out to be.” This was one of the salient messages delivered by Theodore Saad...
Inter-CEPt

UK study striving to Inter-CEPt home dialysis discrepancies before they become entrenched

As highlighted by previous studies, as well as the Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) national report on renal medicine and data from the...

John Aruny

Aisha Shaikh

Matteo Tozzi