Home Dialysis Central has published a Dialysis Fluid Restriction Calculator to answer the question, “How much can I drink between dialysis sessions?” individualized for each patient. For the Calculator and discussion, see https://homedialysis.org/news-and-research/blog/265-a-new-dialysis-fluid-restriction-calculator.
The American Kidney Fund will present a free June 22, 2018 webinar on Phosphorus in the Kidney Disease Diet. The webinar is open to everyone, including patients, family, friends, and professionals. For details and registration, see http://www.kidneyfund.org/training/webinars/phosphorus-in-the-kidney.html.
Recordings of the 43rd AAKP National Patient Meeting, held June 8-10, 2018 in St. Petersburg FL, are now available online, at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwT_eU7vwGtHSapN8PKc-Hw. Sessions include:
- Assessing Dialysis Facility Quality: CMS Engagement of Kidney Patients
- Innovations in Kidney Disease Care
- Paving the Way for a Better Tomorrow: Understanding Clinical Trials
- Improving Kidney Care and Treatment Options – NIH Kidney Precision Medicine Project
- Innovation, Patient Focus and Care Improvement – Veterans Administration Leadership in Kidney Care
- Nutrition 101: Understanding & Enjoying Your Kidney-Friendly Diet
- Patient-Centered Kidney Disease Care: How to Change the Status Quo
Dialysis Patient Citizens will present an April 26, 2018 webinar on A Livable, Lovable Approach to Kidney Disease Nutrition. The webinar will include information on using food to slow progression and reduce complications of kidney disease, on reducing confusion in kidney-friendly diets, and on making them more enjoyable. For details and registration see http://www.dpcedcenter.org/education-seminars.
DPC will also present educational webinars on May 24, June 28, July 26, August 23, September 27, October 25, November 22, and December 27, 2018. The May and July webinars will be on kidney transplantation.
The University of Washington Medical Center Team Transplant provides a life-changing wellness program for transplant recipients and their support team through regular exercise, healthy eating and community support, while promoting organ donation awareness. They will hold their Annual Fundraising Dinner February 24, 2018 on the UW campus. For more information on the Dinner and on Team Transplant, and to register for the Dinner, see http://www.cvent.com/events/team-transplant-s-annual-fundraising-dinner/event-summary-9929a6b93dcc4d1996b2693577152b25.aspx.
RSN’s Kidney Talk program has added a recorded audio presentation on “Kidney Grub: Can-Do Kidney-Friendly Nutrition” to their website at http://www.rsnhope.org/kidneytalk/food-recipes-kidney-talk/kidneygrub-kidney-disease-diet/. The web page also lists the many historical Kidney Talk audio recordings.
This looks like a useful website, identifying packaged food with and without added phosphates: http://www.kidneygrub.com/whats-in-your-food-foods-with-phos-and-better-supplements/ .