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Vers une extension du registre REIN aux patients avec une maladie rénale chronique au stade 5 non traités par dialyse ou greffe ? Étude pilote

Abstract : To date, it is important to know more about the population of CKD stage 5 patients in order to better understand the practices of access to renal replacement therapy (RRT) or conservative treatment and to anticipate future needs. In April 2015, at the instigation of the Scientific Committee of REIN, a working group was formed to reflect on the opportunity and feasibility of a data collection on these patients. Between September 2017 and March 2018, 21 participating centers included 390 patients over a period of at least one month. The data collected included the patient's living conditions, level of study, mode of referral, clinical data and the therapeutic project. The median age at baseline was 71.4years (IQR: 58.4-80.4), 39.9% were diabetic. The median eGFR was 12mL/min/1.73m2 (IQR: 9-14). At inclusion, 77% of the patients were already followed in nephrology, 11% had been referred by a general practitioner. For the majority of patients included (81%), there was a RRT project. In 10% of cases, there was a project of conservative care, in 5% of cases the project was not yet decided and in 7% the project had not been yet discussed. At the latest news (median time 4.0months), 35% of patients were dialyzed, 9 (2%) have been pre-emptively transplanted, 25 (6%) died, 210 (54%) were still with a CKD stage 5. Our pilot study has shown the feasibility and interest of setting up such a data collection. Such a registry will provide important public health information regarding the demographic of nephrologists and advanced practices nurses. At the local level, this information will help the department to organize themselves to set-up pre-RRT information, implementation of care pathway nurses and multidisciplinary meetings for difficult cases. However, our pilot study shows that to ensure the completeness of the collection, the tracking upstream or downstream of nephrology consultations for eligible patients is essential and therefore requires dedicated human time on site.
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Cécile Vigneau, Carole Ayav, Natacha Noël, Sébastien Gomis, Florence Glaudet, et al.. Vers une extension du registre REIN aux patients avec une maladie rénale chronique au stade 5 non traités par dialyse ou greffe ? Étude pilote. Néphrologie et Thérapeutique, Elsevier Masson, 2019, 15 (3), pp.143-151. ⟨10.1016/j.nephro.2018.11.010⟩. ⟨hal-02445316⟩



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