Hans Brynger

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This study reports the geographical incidence of successful pregnancies in women on renal replacement therapy (RRT) and related information on gestation and clinical status of newborns. The impact of successful pregnancy on graft function was assessed by means of a retrospective case-control study. Since 1977 special questionnaires have been sent to each(More)
The incidence of malignant disease (renal cancer and skin cancer excluded) was analyzed in 934 renal transplant patients from one center, transplanted between 1965 and 1981, and followed through 1983. National Cancer Registry data were used for statistical comparison. Cancers of the lip, vulva, and anus and malignant lymphomas were heavily overrepresented.(More)
This paper reports the results of 98 first kidney transplantations in patients with oxalosis as the primary renal disease as recorded by the EDTA Registry. There were 79 patients who received a cadaveric (CAD) graft and 15 patients with a living related donor (LRD) graft; the type of donor was not recorded for four patients. Initial graft survival appeared(More)
The aim of this study was to analyse rehabilitation during RRT in 617 young adults from different European countries who started dialysis or transplantation before the age of 15 years. The data were derived from the EDTA Registry patient data files and a special questionnaire that was sent to centres reporting to the EDTA Registry. The duration of RRT was(More)
The educational status, employment rate and social situation were studied in 617 patients between 21 and 35 years of age who started renal replacement therapy (RRT) as children. The data were derived from a special questionnaire concerning disability and rehabilitation sent to dialysis and transplant centres reporting to the EDTA Registry. Fifty-six percent(More)
This study examines our current perioperative fluid regimen in relation to body fluid compartments, intravascular volumes, and early kidney function in 17 kidney transplant recipients and their living related donors. Donors were given 0.5 g/kg of 10% dextran-40 during surgery and electrolyte solutions averaging 3032 ml/24 h. Recipients were randomized to(More)