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    November 2019
  1. LIU X, Zuo X, Sun X, Hu Z, et al
    Effects of prophylactic antibiotics before peritoneal dialysis catheter implantation on the clinical outcomes of peritoneal dialysis patients.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:16-23.
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  2. ASAI M, Kumakura S, Kikuchi M
    Review of the efficacy of AST-120 (KREMEZIN((R))) on renal function in chronic kidney disease patients.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:47-56.
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  3. YAVUZ YC, Altinkaynak K, Sevinc C, Ozbek Sebin S, et al
    The cartonectin levels at different stages of chronic kidney disease and related factors.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:42-46.
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  4. SCOVILLE BA, Segal JH, Salama NN, Heung M, et al
    Single dose oral ranolazine pharmacokinetics in patients receiving maintenance hemodialysis.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:118-125.
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  5. CAO W, Tu C, Jia T, Liu C, et al
    Prophylactic laparoscopic omentopexy: a new technique for peritoneal dialysis catheter placement.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:113-117.
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  6. ROUMELIOTIS A, Roumeliotis S, Panagoutsos S, Theodoridis M, et al
    Carotid intima-media thickness is an independent predictor of all-cause mortality and cardiovascular morbidity in patients with diabetes mellitus type 2 and chronic kidney disease.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:131-138.
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  7. SONG YH, Seo EH, Yoo YS, Jo YI, et al
    Phosphate supplementation for hypophosphatemia during continuous renal replacement therapy in adults.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:72-79.
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  8. YOSHITOMI R, Nakayama M, Sakoh T, Fukui A, et al
    High neutrophil/lymphocyte ratio is associated with poor renal outcomes in Japanese patients with chronic kidney disease.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:238-243.
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  9. YANG Y, Zhou W, Wang Y, Zhou R, et al
    Gender-specific association between uric acid level and chronic kidney disease in the elderly health checkup population in China.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:197-203.
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  10. NDLOVU KCZ, Swe Swe-Han K, Assounga A
    Association of Staphylococcus nasal colonization and HIV in end-stage renal failure patients undergoing peritoneal dialysis.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:303-313.
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  11. ASSUMPCAO LR, de Paula Ramos I, Nunes da Cunha G, de Mello Vianna CM, et al
    Refractory secondary hyperparathyroidism in waiting list for parathyroidectomy: who we should operate first in a quaternary hospital in Brazil regarding survival.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:183-189.
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  12. DOMAGALA P, Gorski L, Wszola M, Kieszek R, et al
    Successful transplantation of kidneys from deceased donors with terminal acute kidney injury.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:167-174.
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  13. SUKKUMMEE W, Jittisak P, Wonganan P, Wittayalertpanya S, et al
    The prominent impairment of liver/intestinal cytochrome P450 and intestinal drug transporters in sepsis-induced acute kidney injury over acute and chronic renal ischemia, a mouse model comparison.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:314-325.
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  14. SUSANTITAPHONG P, Vadcharavivad S, Susomboon T, Singhan W, et al
    The effectiveness of cinacalcet: a randomized, open label study in chronic hemodialysis patients with severe secondary hyperparathyroidism.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:326-333.
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  15. WANG XR, Zhang JJ, Xu XX, Wu YG, et al
    Prevalence of coronary artery calcification and its association with mortality, cardiovascular events in patients with chronic kidney disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:244-256.
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  16. HSU HJ, Wu IW, Hsu KH, Sun CY, et al
    The association between chronic musculoskeletal pain and clinical outcome in chronic kidney disease patients: a prospective cohort study.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:257-266.
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  17. ZHANG H, Tao X, Shi L, Jiang N, et al
    Evaluation of body composition monitoring for assessment of nutritional status in hemodialysis patients.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:377-383.
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  18. MARIE PATRICE H, Joiven N, Hermine F, Jean Yves B, et al
    Factors associated with late presentation of patients with chronic kidney disease in nephrology consultation in Cameroon-a descriptive cross-sectional study.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:384-392.
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  19. TARAPAN T, Musikatavorn K, Phairatwet P, Takkavatakarn K, et al
    High sensitivity Troponin-I levels in asymptomatic hemodialysis patients.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:393-400.
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  20. PETHO A, Szabo RP, Tapolyai M, Rosivall L, et al
    Bedside placement of peritoneal dialysis catheters - a single-center experience from Hungary.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:434-438.
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  21. TAPOLYAI M, Faludi M, Berta K, Forro M, et al
    The association of overhydration with megafistulas in hemodialysis patients.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:440-445.
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  22. XU T, Lin T, Xie J, Ren H, et al
    Comparison of anti-peritoneal fibrotic effects between an mTORC1-specific blocker and a PI3K/mTOR dual-blocker.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:267-277.
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  23. WANG C, Tang Y, Wang Y, Li G, et al
    Label-free quantitative proteomics identifies Smarca4 is involved in vascular calcification.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:220-228.
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  24. XUE C, Zhou C, Xu J, Zhang L, et al
    Is urinary oxalate inversely correlated with glomerular filtration rate in chronic kidney disease?
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:439.
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  25. XIE P, Li HL, Huang JM, Wei LG, et al
    Validation of the full-age spectrum equation in the approximation of glomerular filtration rate in Chinese patients with chronic kidney disease.
    Ren Fail. 2019;41:467-472.
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    November 2018
  26. KOLLU K, Altintepe L, Duran C, Topal M, et al
    The assessment of P-wave dispersion and myocardial repolarization parameters in patients with chronic kidney disease.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:1-7.
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  27. OTSUKA K, Ohno Y, Oshima J
    Gallstones were associated with the gastrointestinal adverse events of cinacalcet in hemodialysis patients with secondary hyperparathyroidism.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:38-42.
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  28. LUO Q, Xia X, Lin Z, Lin J, et al
    Very early withdrawal from treatment in patients starting peritoneal dialysis.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:8-14.
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  29. CHEN L, He JX, Chen YY, Ling YS, et al
    Intensified treatment of hyperphosphatemia associated with reduction in parathyroid hormone in patients on maintenance hemodialysis.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:15-21.
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  30. MONTES-RIVERA JO, Tamay-Cach F, Quintana-Perez JC, Guevara-Salazar JA, et al
    Apocynin combined with drugs as coadjuvant could be employed to prevent and/or treat the chronic kidney disease.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:92-98.
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  31. HWANG SD, Lee JH, Lee SW, Kim JK, et al
    Risk of overhydration and low lean tissue index as measured using a body composition monitor in patients on hemodialysis: a systemic review and meta-analysis.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:51-59.
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  32. Correction to: Lenihan, et al., MDRD-Estimated GFR at One Year Post-Renal Transplant is a Predictor of Long-Term Graft Function.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:119.
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  33. KAWAGOE C, Sato Y, Toida T, Nakagawa H, et al
    N-terminal-pro-B-type-natriuretic peptide associated with 2-year mortality from both cardiovascular and non-cardiovascular origins in prevalent chronic hemodialysis patients.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:127-134.
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  34. KANG SM, Lim HW, Yu H
    Idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss in dialysis patients.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:170-174.
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  35. PENG T, Li X, Hu Z, Yang X, et al
    Predictive role of endothelin in left ventricular remodeling of chronic kidney disease.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:183-186.
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  36. RYMARZ A, Gibinska J, Zajbt M, Piechota W, et al
    Low lean tissue mass can be a predictor of one-year survival in hemodialysis patients.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:231-237.
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  37. WU QS, He Q, He JQ, Chao J, et al
    The role of mitofilin in left ventricular hypertrophy in hemodialysis patients.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:252-258.
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  38. FENG Y, Li Z, Liu J, Sun F, et al
    Association of short-term blood pressure variability with cardiovascular mortality among incident hemodialysis patients.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:259-264.
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  39. SUZUKI A, Sakai Y, Hashimoto K, Osawa H, et al
    Kinetics of carnitine concentration after switching from oral administration to intravenous injection in hemodialysis patients.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:196-200.
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  40. LI Y, Liu X, Wang W, Wang S, et al
    Low-dose IL-2 expands CD4(+) regulatory T cells with a suppressive function in vitro via the STAT5-dependent pathway in patients with chronic kidney diseases.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:280-288.
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  41. AMANO H, Kobayashi S, Terawaki H, Ogura M, et al
    Measurement of daily sodium excretion in patients with chronic kidney disease; special reference to the difference between the amount measured from 24 h collected urine sample and the estimated amount from a spot urine.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:238-242.
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  42. LIU X, Zhai T, Ma R, Luo C, et al
    Effects of uric acid-lowering therapy on the progression of chronic kidney disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:289-297.
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  43. FAYED A, El Nokeety MM, Heikal AA, Abdulazim DO, et al
    Fibroblast growth factor-23 is a strong predictor of insulin resistance among chronic kidney disease patients.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:226-230.
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  44. NOMANI H, Khanmohamadian H, Vaisi-Raygani A, Shakiba E, et al
    Chemerin rs17173608 and vaspin rs2236242 gene variants on the risk of end stage renal disease (ESRD) and correlation with plasma malondialdehyde (MDA) level.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:350-356.
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  45. LEE SH, Cho A, Min YK, Lee YK, et al
    Comparison of the montreal cognitive assessment and the mini-mental state examination as screening tests in hemodialysis patients without symptoms.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:323-330.
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  46. YAN Y, Ye D, Yang L, Ye W, et al
    A meta-analysis of the association between diabetic patients and AVF failure in dialysis.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:379-383.
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  47. WOJTOWICZ D, Cholewa D, Faba AM, Domanska B, et al
    Diabetes decreases patency of tunneled catheters in hemodialysis patients after first effective thrombolysis with urokinase.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:384-389.
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  48. CHO AY, Yoon HJ, Lee KY, Sun IO, et al
    Clinical characteristics of sepsis-induced acute kidney injury in patients undergoing continuous renal replacement therapy.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:403-409.
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  49. CIFTCI HS, Demir E, Karadeniz MS, Tefik T, et al
    Influence of uridine diphosphate-glucuronosyltransferases (1A9) polymorphisms on mycophenolic acid pharmacokinetics in patients with renal transplant.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:395-402.
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  50. LI P, Cheng D, Wen J, Xie K, et al
    Risk factors for BK virus infection in living-donor renal transplant recipients: a single-center study from China.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:442-446.
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  51. OWAKI A, Inaguma D, Aoyama I, Inaba S, et al
    Serum phosphate level at initiation of dialysis is associated with all-cause mortality: a multicenter prospective cohort study.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:475-482.
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  52. KEZIC A, Kovacevic S, Marinkovic J, Ristic S, et al
    Comparison of accepted and unaccepted living kidney donors: one-center experience.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:152-159.
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  53. ZHANG J, Wang Y, Li L, Zhang R, et al
    Diabetic retinopathy may predict the renal outcomes of patients with diabetic nephropathy.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:243-251.
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  54. LAUCYTE-CIBULSKIENE A, Boreikaite E, Aucina G, Gudynaite M, et al
    Usefulness of pretransplant aortic arch calcification evaluation for kidney transplant outcome prediction in one year follow-up.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:201-208.
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  55. SANGEETHA LAKSHMI B, Harini Devi N, Suchitra MM, Srinivasa Rao PVLN, et al
    Changes in the inflammatory and oxidative stress markers during a single hemodialysis session in patients with chronic kidney disease.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:534-540.
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  56. QIN J, Xing J, Li W, Zhang K, et al
    Association between MPO-463G > A polymorphism and chronic kidney disease: a meta-analysis.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:541-546.
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  57. HAN S, Yang K, Zhu H, Liu J, et al
    Proteomics investigation of the changes in serum proteins after high- and low-flux hemodialysis.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:506-513.
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  58. WU C, Chen X, Ying Wang A, Chen J, et al
    Peritoneal dialysis in Sichuan province of China - report from the Chinese National Renal Data System.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:577-582.
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  59. XIAO Q, Guan Y, Li C, Liu L, et al
    Decreased expression of transforming growth factor-beta1 and alpha-smooth muscle actin contributes to the protection of lotensin against chronic renal failure in rats.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:583-589.
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  60. TSENG CY, Wu TT, Lai CW, Lin HJ, et al
    Vegetarian diet may ameliorate uremic pruritus in hemodialysis patients.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:514-519.
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  61. HU J, Liu Z, Liu J, Zhang H, et al
    Reducing the occurrence rate of catheter dysfunction in peritoneal dialysis: a single-center experience about CQI.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:628-633.
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  62. ZHANG J, Zhang R, Wang Y, Li H, et al
    The association between the red cell distribution width and diabetic nephropathy in patients with type-2 diabetes mellitus.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:590-596.
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  63. YAMAGUCHI M, Ando M, Katsuno T, Tsuboi N, et al
    Urinary protein and renal prognosis in idiopathic membranous nephropathy: a multicenter retrospective cohort study in Japan.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:435-441.
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  64. YE Y, Liu H, Chen Y, Zhang Y, et al
    Hemoglobin targets for the anemia in patients with dialysis-dependent chronic kidney disease: a meta-analysis of randomized, controlled trials.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:671-679.
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  65. MASAJTIS-ZAGAJEWSKA A, Nowicki M
    Effect of atorvastatin on iron metabolism regulation in patients with chronic kidney disease - a randomized double blind crossover study.
    Ren Fail. 2018;40:700-709.
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    November 2017
  66. MO L, Chen Y, Li Z, Xu L, et al
    Red blood cell distribution width as a marker of cerebral infarction in hemodialysis patients.
    Ren Fail. 2017;39:712-718.
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  67. ZHOU X, Xue F, Wang H, Qiao Y, et al
    The quality of life and associated factors in patients on maintenance hemodialysis - a multicenter study in Shanxi province.
    Ren Fail. 2017;39:707-711.
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  68. YANG CW, Lu LC, Chang CC, Cho CC, et al
    Imbalanced plasma ACE and ACE2 level in the uremic patients with cardiovascular diseases and its change during a single hemodialysis session.
    Ren Fail. 2017;39:719-728.
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  69. LEE SM, Lee HW, Son YK, Kim SE, et al
    Abdominal aortic calcification score among several vascular calcification scores of plain radiograph is the most reliable predictor of severe coronary artery calcification in dialysis patients.
    Ren Fail. 2017;39:729-735.
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  70. WU L, Zhang P, Yang Y, Jiang H, et al
    Long-term renal and overall survival of critically ill patients with acute renal injury who received continuous renal replacement therapy.
    Ren Fail. 2017;39:736-744.
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