Clare I Castledine

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BACKGROUND Variation in end-stage renal disease treatment rates in the UK persist after adjustment for socio-demographic factors. METHODS UK-wide ecological study using population socio-demographic factors, health status characteristics and access to health services factor in to explain the incidence of renal replacement therapy (RRT). RESULTS There was(More)
INTRODUCTION This chapter describes the characteristics of adult patients starting renal replacement therapy (RRT) in the UK in 2009 and the acceptance rates for RRT in Primary Care Trusts and Health Boards (PCT/HBs) in the UK. METHODS The basic demographics and clinical characteristics are reported on patients starting RRT from all UK renal centres. Late(More)
INTRODUCTION This chapter describes the characteristics of adult patients starting renal replacement therapy (RRT) in the UK in 2010 and the incidence rates for RRT in Primary Care Trusts and Health Boards (PCT/HBs) in the UK. METHODS The basic demographics and clinical characteristics are reported on patients starting RRT from all UK renal centres.(More)
INTRODUCTION This chapter describes the characteristics of adult patients on renal replacement therapy (RRT) in the UK in 2009. The prevalence rates per million population (pmp) were calculated for Primary Care Trusts in England, Health and Social Care Areas in Northern Ireland, Local Health Boards in Wales and Health Boards in Scotland. These areas will be(More)
AIMS To describe the demographics of the paediatric RRT population in the UK and analyse changes in demographics with time. METHODS Extraction and analysis of data from the UK Paediatric Renal Registry and the UK Renal Registry (UKRR). RESULTS The UK paediatric established renal failure (ERF) population in December 2008 was 905 patients. The prevalence(More)
INTRODUCTION RRT incidence rates and the proportion of patients using a home dialysis modality (peritoneal or home haemodialysis) varies widely between centres and persists even after area differences in age, ethnicity and social deprivation structure are taken into account. A nationwide survey was undertaken to identify possible drivers of this variation.(More)
BACKGROUND There is a wide variation in home dialysis use (peritoneal dialysis and home haemodialysis) between renal centres. This study identifies which centre characteristics and practice patterns are associated with home dialysis use. METHODS An observational study of all UK patients starting renal replacement therapy (RRT) in 2007-2008 using patient(More)
INTRODUCTION This chapter describes the characteristics of adult patients on renal replacement therapy (RRT) in the UK in 2008 and the prevalence rate per million population (pmp) in Primary Care Trusts and local authorities (Council Areas or District Councils) (PCT/LAs) were calculated. METHODS Complete data were electronically collected from all 72(More)
INTRODUCTION This chapter describes the characteristics of adult patients on renal replacement therapy (RRT) in the UK in 2013. METHODS Data were electronically collected from all 71 renal centres within the UK. A series of cross sectional and longitudinal analyses were performed to describe the demographics of prevalent RRT patients in 2013 at centre and(More)