Editorial issue 290

The 2 first papers for this 290th issue both were recently published in NDT. In the first one, D Kidder et al. publish a large case series of “Kidney biopsy findings in primary Sjogren syndrome”. In the second one, interestingly, T Stehlé et al. publish under the “The Bench-to-Bedside Transition” heading,  a paper devoted to “Phospholipase A2 receptor and sarcoidosis-associated membranous nephropathy”. The third paper is from a recent CKJ issue by Damian G. McGrogan et al. These authors review the “Current tools for prediction of arteriovenous fistula outcomes”.

The last 2 papers are from those recently accepted in KI. N. Pallet et al. report on the “High prevalence of and potential mechanisms for chronic kidney disease in patients with acute intermittent porphyria”. Finally, Ting-Tse Lin  et al. report a large sized study on “Primary prevention of atrial fibrillation with angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors and angiotensin receptor blockers in patients with end-stage renal disease undergoing dialysis”.

CME lectures   
The 3 lectures published with this issue all deal with crucial aspects of Peritoneal Dialysis.
Pr Simon John Davies (Newcastle-upon Tyne, UK) first discusses “Advanced approach to peritoneal membrane testing (the ERBP View)”. Then, Pr Janusz Witowski (Poznan, Poland). Focusses on "Longevity of the peritoneum as a dialysis membrane". Finally, Pr Wim van Biesen (Ghent, Belgium) presents on “PD-related infections: from bench to bedside”.

Enjoy NDT-Edu!

Prof. Michel Jadoul
Editor-in-Chief NDT-Educational