The SDGs for management of related problems in renal replacement therapy
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The 67th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Dialysis Therapy was held in June 2022, under the theme “Seeking SDGs for Dialysis Therapy.” The main goal of this conference was to identify sustainable goals for dialysis treatment and consider the best means of achieving them.
In commemoration of the success of the meeting, we are pleased to announce that the article collection entitled “The SDGs for management of related problems in renal replacement therapy” has now published in the spring of 2023.
In this article collection, we invited nine leading researchers to reaffirm our commitment to identifying the various problems and to achieving these goals through sustained efforts.
Clarification of the factors associated with decreased physical activity is crucial for effective disease management in patients undergoing hemodialysis. Although evidence suggests that physical activity may be associated with physical function or depressive symptoms, limited studies have demonstrated these factors to be independently associated with the former in patients undergoing hemodialysis. This study aimed to examine whether physical function and depressive symptoms were independently or interactively associated with daily physical activity in patients undergoing hemodialysis.
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Alactic base excess (ABE) is a novel biomarker that estimates the renal capability of handling acid–base alterations during the sepsis. Hence, the aim of this study was to evaluate the use of ABE to predict the renal replacement therapy (RRT) in patients with septic shock.
Survival is equivalent between super high-flux hemodialysis (SHF-HD) and online hemodiafiltration (OHDF) with similar albumin leakage. According to the 2013 Japanese dialyzer performance classification, survival on HD is optimal when a type II dialyzer (β2-microglobulin clearance ≥ 70 mL/min) is used. Here, the authors investigated whether survival could be improved by SHF-HD using a type II-b dialyzer (sieving coefficient for albumin ≥ 0.03) with high albumin leakage compared with OHDF or SHF-HD using a type II-a dialyzer (sieving coefficient for albumin < 0.03) with low albumin leakage.
The outbreak of novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) led to a worldwide pandemic. Both failure to recover and poor prognoses for COVID-19 have been reported in patients with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) treated with renal replacement therapy and in the elderly. ESRD patients in Japan are one of the oldest populations in the world. Accordingly, we decided to launch the special collection on COVID-19 in RRT, the official journal of several academic societies with a focus on renal replacement therapy. We hope that this collection will support you in your own efforts.
Renal Replacement Therapy publishes valuable data based on clinical practice guidelines, statistical surveys, and epidemiological studies. This collection offers easy access to these resources. All papers in the collection are frequently accessed and highly cited. Moreover, the full text is published free of charge using an open journal CC-BY format. By pursuing this approach, our goal is to contribute as much as possible to the renal replacement therapy community while also responding to your interests.
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Dr. Takashi Shigematsu, Editor-in-Chief
Dr. Takashi Shigematsu is currently the emeritus professor of the department of nephrology at the Wakayama Medical University School of Medicine, Japan. He is now actively working as Director of Division of Nephrology and Clinical Research Center in Rinku General Medical Center. He is also a member of the International Society of Nephrology and the American Society of Nephrology.
His research interests focus on Mineral and Bone Disorder associated with chronic kidney disease (CKD) including vascular calcification, Senescence. Renal Anemia is another his major interest. In addition, he has been investigating and working in the fields of hemodialysis and vascular access, peritoneal dialysis, blood purification medicine in acute kidney injury, and kidney transplantation.
Prof. Masanori Abe, Deputy Editor
Professor and Chair of the Division of Nephrology, Hypertension and Endocrinology, Department of Internal Medicine, Nihon University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan.
Prof. Abe also serves as the Chief Director of Blood Purification Center of Nihon University Itabashi Hospital. His professional interests include Nephrology and Renal Replacement Therapy.
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