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DOPPS to present at American Society of Nephrology Kidney Week 2019

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Thursday, November 7

Pruritus and mortality in hemodialysis patients: Results from the international DOPPS. Nidhi Sukul et al. 10:00-12:00 Exhibit Hall Poster # TH-PO243
Pruritus and patient reported outcomes (PROs): Associations between the Skindex-10 and PROs in hemodialysis patients. Angelo Karaboyas et al. 10:00-12:00 Exhibit Hall Poster # TH-PO244
Association of erythropoietin resistance and fibroblast growth factor 23 in dialysis patients: Results from the J-DOPPS. Tomoko Usui et al. 6:18 PM Room 150 Oral # TH-OR030

Friday, November 8

PTH levels prior to initiating hemodialysis: Associations with prescription of PTH-lowering therapies and risk of uncontrolled PTH during the first year of hemodialysis. Eric Young et al. 10:00-12:00 Exhibit Hall Poster # FR-PO128
Etelcalcetide utilization and CKD-MBD marker responses in US hemodialysis patients. Doug Fuller et al. 10:00-12:00 Exhibit Hall Poster # FR-PO135
Dialysate citrate and mortality in the Dialysis Outcomes and Practice Patterns Study. Pablo Urena et al. 10:00-12:00 Exhibit Hall Poster # FR-PO484
International variation in outcomes after peritoneal dialysis-related peritonitis. Jeffrey Perl et al. 10:00-12:00 Exhibit Hall Poster # FR-PO534
Peritoneal dialysis modality and interference in daily life: Results from the PDOPPS. Thyago de Moraes et al. 5:54 PM Room 147 Oral # FR-OR108
International peritoneal dialysis training practices and the risk of peritonitis. Jeffrey Perl et al. 6:06 PM Room 147 Oral # FR-OR109

Saturday, November 9

Patterns of care for lipid management in CKD Stage 3-5 patients: Results from the CKDopps. Daniel Muenz et al. 10:00-12:00 Exhibit Hall Poster # SA-PO883
Urban segregation and hospitalization outcomes in patients on hemodialysis. Ladan Golestaneh et al. 4:54 PM Room 144 Oral # SA-OR060
Hyperkalemia excursions and mortality in hemodialysis patients: Results from the DOPPS. Angelo Karaboyas et al. 6:18 PM Room 144 Oral # SA-OR067

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