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ISRNM Article Bites (issue #9) - Mar 2022
In this month, our Education Committee has selected the following articles for our monthly Article Bites:
Available in: English

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  • Kidney nutrition care varies around the world 

  • Chronic kidney disease impacts gait 

  • Nonadherence to dietary and fluid restrictions are highly prevalent among individuals undergoing hemodialysis 

  • Biotic supplementation may be beneficial in individuals with CKD 

  • Zinc deficiency may lead to higher mortality in individuals undergoing hemodialysis treatment

  • Resveratrol does not appear to reduce microbially-derived uremic toxins in patients with CKD 

  • The prebiotic b-glucan may reduce uremic toxins and lead to favorable changes in the gut microbiota in individuals with CKD 

ISRNM Article Bites (issue #8) - Jan 2022
In this month, our Education Committee has selected the following articles for our monthly Article Bites:
Available in: English and Chinese

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  • Commonly Prescribed Medications in Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease Contain Phosphorus

  • Phosphorus-Containing Food Additives are common in the Finnish Food Supply-An Audit of Products on Supermarket Shelves

  • Dietary App-Supported Tele-Counseling Improves Sodium Intake, Diet Quality, and Blood Pressure in Patients with Diabetes and Kidney Disease

  • The Accumulation of Gut Microbiome–derived Indoxyl Sulfate and P-Cresyl Sulfate in Patients on Peritoneal Dialysis

  • Intensive Individualized Nutrition Counseling May Improve Nutritional Status and Kidney Function in Patients with CKD

  • Protein-Energy Wasting (PEW) and Mortality Risk Prediction Among Patients on Peritoneal Dialysis

  • Glycine increases fat-free mass in malnourished hemodialysis patients

  • Circulating microbial signatures may be linked to cardiovascular death in hemodialysis patients

ISRNM Article Bites (issue #7) - Sep 2021
In this month, our Education Committee has selected the following articles for our monthly Article Bites:
Available in: English and Chinese

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  • High intake of dietary protein and high biological value protein may be associated with higher mortality in the non–dialysis-dependent chronic kidney disease (CKD) population

  • Plant-based diets may benefit hemodialysis patients

  • Understanding the gut microbiota mechanisms can potentially improve the diagnosis and treatment of diabetic kidney disease

  • Colonic dialysis improved the gut microbiome in individuals with CKD

  • Some key features may be lacking in mobile apps designed for patients with CKD

  • Global policy barriers and enablers to exercise and physical activity in CKD

  • Link between metabolomics of dietary acid load and incident CKD

ISRNM Article Bites (issue #6) - Jul 2021
In this month, our Education Committee has selected the following articles for our monthly Article Bites:
Available in: English and Chinese

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  • Obesity, including metabolically healthy obesity, may increase the risk of incident chronic kidney disease

  • Dietary Plant Protein and Mortality Among Patients Receiving Maintenance Hemodialysis

  • Skeletal muscle index may be a good prognostic marker for poor outcomes in older adults receiving a kidney transplant

  • Fat-based energy-dense oral nutritional supplements did not improve nutritional status or quality of life in individuals undergoing hemodialysis patients

  • Curcumin supplementation may reduce gut-derived uremic toxins in individuals undergoing hemodialysis

  • Factors such as processing and the gut microbiota may impact the bioavailability of dietary phosphorus from plant-based whole-grain foods

  • Natriuretic peptides are associated with worsening nutritional status

ISRNM Article Bites (issue #5) - Jun 2021
In this month, our Education Committee has selected the following articles for our monthly Article Bites:
Available in: English, Spanish, Chinese

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  • Blood trace element levels linked with nutritional status in hemodialysis patients

  • Overcoming anabolic resistance in individuals undergoing hemodialysis

  • Does type of phosphate binder related to cardiovascular events in individuals with hyperphosphatemia undergoing hemodialysis?

  • Processed food intake may drive intestinal permeability and kidney damage

  • Intradialytic exercise does not change endotoxemia or proinflammatory cytokines in individuals undergoing hemodialysis

  • MicroRNAs may partially mediate exercise effects on the vasculature

  • Natriuretic peptides are associated with worsening nutritional status

ISRNM Article Bites (issue #4) - May 2021
In this month, our Education Committee has selected the following articles for our monthly Article Bites:
Available in: English, Spanish & Chinese

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  • Nutrition support may be critical in hospitalized patients with chronic kidney disease to reduce short- and long-term mortality

  • Strategies designed to increase adherence and motivation to dietary recommendations for chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients. Is it time for a change?

  • Liberal protein recommendation and phosphate management by medical directors of hemodialysis clinics may be important for improved outcomes

  • Maintaining physical activity may be critical for better outcomes in individuals with advanced CKD

  • A flexible approach to kidney transplantation candidacy may be feasible in individuals with extreme obesity

  • Nutritional interventions coupled with individualized physical activity and exercise may be helpful to counteract uremic sarcopenia

  • Intensive nutritional counseling may be necessary for adherence to dietary recommendations and improved kidney function in individuals with CKD.

  • Intradialytic cycling reduces left-ventricular mass in patients undergoing hemodialysis

ISRNM Article Bites (issue #3) - Apr 2021

In this month, our Education Committee has selected the following articles for our monthly Article Bites:

Available in: English, Spanish & Chinese

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  • Gustatory dysfunction is closely associated with frailty in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD)

  • Dietitian-led telehealth intervention with patient-centered goal setting effectively improved diet quality in the short-term in individuals with CKD

  • Dietary fiber supplementation reduces uremic toxins in patients with CKD

  • Weight-loss lifestyle intervention may lead to slower progression of CKD in adults with overweight or obesity and metabolic syndrome

  • Perception of exercise benefits and barriers may influence physical activity levels in patients undergoing hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis

  • Aerobic exercise may reduce dialysis-related symptoms

ISRNM Article Bites (issue #2) - Feb / Mar 2021

World Kidney Day - 11 March 2021

Kidney Health for Everyone Everywhere – 
Living Well with Kidney Disease

To support the World Kidney Day,the Education Committee of ISRNM has selected these articles for you to enjoy this month!

In this month, our Education Committee has selected the following articles for our monthly Article Bites:

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  • Medical nutrition therapy is safe and efficacious for the treatment of hyperphosphatemia in individuals undergoing hemodialysis

  • Baseline Frailty Linked With Rapid Kidney Function Decline

  • In mice, a long-term high protein diet increased intestinal permeability, altered the gut microbiota, promoted kidney injury, and increased systemic inflammation

  • Study highlights the association between dietary quality and kidney function decline in Hispanic/Latinos in the United States

  • Not all carbohydrates are the same- does this finding in the general population have relevance to individuals with chronic kidney disease?

  • Study suggests that higher physical activity on both dialysis and non-dialysis days is associated with lower risks of mortality.

  • Dedicated exercise staff may improve adherence to intradialytic exercise programs.

The Patient Resources Committee has selected the following infographics from Zarina Ebrahim and her group from South Africa to share with our Members and Network on this year World Kidney Day !  We hope this will be useful reference for your kidney patients’ care.

  • Keeping the Diet Simple and Natural in Chronic Kidney Disease: A South African-Based Dietary Infographic

ISRNM Article Bites (issue #1) - Jan / Feb 2021

Enjoy reading this month selection by the Education Committee of ISRNM!

In this month, our Education Committee has selected the following articles for our monthly Article Bites:

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  • Study questions the relationship between dietary potassium and serum potassium in individuals with CKD...

  • Study uncovers an additional layer of complexity in the production of microbially-derived uremic toxins...

  • Lifestyle interventions may lower the risk of developing chronic kidney disease...

  • Survey highlights barriers to medical nutrition therapy in individuals with chronic kidney disease...

  • Sarcopenia components linked to dependency in activities of daily living in patients on hemodialysis...

  • High Vitamin D3 May Be Protective Against Proteinuria in Hypertensive Patients...

  • Plant-Based Diets Linked with Changes in Gut Microbiota and Lower Uremic Toxin Levels...