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Renal Research

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Dr Ed Lamb

The department has research interest in several areas of nephrology. The work is co-ordinated by Dr Ed Lamb who was appointed Director of Renal Research in 2004.

A number of research projects have either been completed or are underway, and a few are listed below:

  • How variable is parathyroid hormone (PTH) in patients on haemodialysis? lay summary

  • Chronic kidney disease and bone metabolism in a UK residential home population full text / full PDF

  • Applicability of the MDRD Equation for Estimation of GFR in Older People lay summary

  • Cardiac Troponin I Concentration in Nondialysis Patients With CKD

  • BNP and pro-BNP in patients with CKD in pre-dialysis patients  lay summary

  • Cardiac troponins and renal function in patients with chronic kidney disease: relationship to left ventricular hypertrophy

  • New Opportunities for Early Renal Intervention by Computerised Assessment (NEOERICA)

  • The epidemiology of obstructive uropathy in the community

  • Is troponin T a marker of outcome in patients with end-stage renal failure treated with peritoneal dialysis

  • Are Fragments Of Cardiac Troponin T Responsible For The Elevated Serum Concentrations Observed In Patients With Kidney Disease

  • Relationship between serum cystatin C and markers of treatment adequacy in patients treated by peritoneal dialysis

  • Prevalence of anaemia in type two diabetics: relationship to renal function

  • Five-ASA nephrotoxicity

  • The epidemiology of unreferred chronic renal failure in East Kent

  • Stability of PTH in blood from haemodialysis patients lay summary

The research work is regularly presented at national and international meetings and the department has won several awards. A full time renal research registrar is currently working on the NEOERICA study in collaboration with the IT Department at the University of Kent. There has been regular representation and presentation of prize winning research work by the nursing staff in meetings in UK and abroad.

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