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May 2018 Transplant Trial Watch now available

By: Simon Knight | Posted on 2nd May 2018

The May 2018 edition of the Transplant Trial Watch is now available online. This month’s studies include the impact of allograft nephrectomy on subsequent transplants, the mid- and long-term risks of living kidney donation, and the use of transcatheter arterial embolisation in patients with APKD prior to transplant.

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ACADEMIA – a new course from ESOT, Vienna May 2018

By: Simon Knight | Posted on 9th January 2018

The European Society in Organ Transplantation and the Centre for Evidence in Transplantation have teamed up to create a new course for future leaders in transplantation.  Replacing the Evidence in Transplantation (EVIT) course and European Transplant Fellows Workshop (ETFW), this new course aims to teach: Academic skills – research, critical appraisal, evidence based medicine, systematic […]

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December 2016 Transplant Trial Watch now online

By: Simon Knight | Posted on 1st December 2016

The December 2016 edition of the Transplant Trial Watch is now available. This month, articles include a trial of fibrin glue to prevent complications after renal transplantation, a meta-analysis of renal outcomes in live kidney donors and the risk of biliary complications following live donor liver transplantation. It also includes an analysis of the HTA […]

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October 2016 Transplant Trial Watch now available

By: Simon Knight | Posted on 3rd October 2016

The October 2016 edition of the Transplant Trial Watch is now online. This month includes a trial of Eculizumab for chronic antibody mediated rejection, a review of the impact of multiple renal arteries in renal transplantation and a trial of antibiotic treatment of ex-vivo perfused lungs.

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September 2016 Transplant Trial Watch now available

By: Simon Knight | Posted on 5th September 2016

The September 2016 edition of the Transplant Trial Watch is now available. This month’s studies include include the perils of late CNI withdrawal, CNI to mTORi conversion in Liver Transplant recipients and computer-based home education.

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July 2016 Transplant Trial Watch now available

By: Simon Knight | Posted on 1st July 2016

The July 2016 edition of the Transplant Trial Watch is now available. This month, trials include long-term outcomes from BENEFIT-EXT, treatment of asymptomatic bacteriuria in renal transplant recipients and and in depth analysis of the VICTOR trial.

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June 2016 Transplant Trial Watch is now online

By: Simon Knight | Posted on 3rd June 2016

The June 2016 Transplant Trial Watch is now available. This month, the trial watch includes systematic reviews of quality of life reporting in renal transplant trials and extended criteria donors, as well as an analysis of wound complications with everolimus following cardiac transplantation.

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May 2016 Transplant Trial Watch now available

By: Simon Knight | Posted on 29th April 2016

The May 2016 Transplant Trial Watch is now available online and via our app for iPhone, iPad and Android. This months new trials include long-term follow-up from the Spare the Nephron trial, methods for promoting organ donation and mobile medical apps for encouraging sun protection behaviour.

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February 2016 Transplant Trial Watch now online

By: Simon Knight | Posted on 2nd February 2016

The February 2016 edition of the Transplant Trial Watch is now available. This month’s ten new trials include a comparison of parathyroidectomy and cinacalcet for management of post-transplant hyperparathyroidism, heamoxygenase-1 upregulation in renal transplant recipients and sirolimus for liver transplant recipients with hepatocellular carcinoma.

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January 2016 Transplant Trial Watch now available

By: Simon Knight | Posted on 6th January 2016

The CET team would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year! A new year means that this month’s Transplant Trial Watch is now out. New studies include a systematic review of outcomes in obese kidney transplant recipients, CNI and steroid-free immunosuppression in renal transplantation, and a direct mail campaign to improve donor registration.

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