The American Society of Nephrology Issues the Following Statement in Response to the NIH Funding Increase in the Draft Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 Spending Bill
The American Society of Nephrology (ASN) greatly appreciates the subcommittee’s continued support of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) as a key national priority with an increase of $1.2 billion, or 3.2%, in the FY 2019 Labor-HHS spending...
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• Researchers have identified genetic variants linked to an increased risk of developing nephrotic syndrome, a pediatric kidney disease.
• The variants are found in genomic regions involved in regulation of the immune response.
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• Among individuals with chronic kidney disease, hard illicit drug use was associated with higher risks of kidney disease progression and early death.
• Tobacco smoking was associated with a higher risk of early death.
• Alcohol drinking was...
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• Among living kidney donors, the post-donation concern that was considered most important was kidney health, followed by the surgical, lifestyle, functional, and psychosocial impacts of donation.
• The hypothetical long-term risks associated...
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• A secondary analysis of a clinical trial has shown that when all patients with type 2 diabetes received comparable diabetes-related care, black race was not associated with accelerated kidney function decline, and fewer black participants...
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• Among hospitalized adults, those who experienced acute kidney injury were 44% more likely to be hospitalized for heart failure in the year after discharge.
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• Use of oral antibiotics was linked with an increased risk of developing kidney stones.
• Risk decreased over time but was still elevated several years after antibiotic use.
• Risk was highest for young patients.
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Among individuals with chronic kidney disease, those who slept 7 hours/day had higher health-related quality of life than those who slept ≤5 hours/day or ≥9 hours/day.
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