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Sleep quality in renal transplant patients: a never investigated problem.
- M. Sabbatini, A. Crispo, +5 authors V. Andreucci
- Nephrology, dialysis, transplantation : official…
BACKGROUND Despite the great prevalence of sleep disorders and the low quality of sleep in patients with renal diseases, to date no study has evaluated these problems in renal transplant patients. … Expand
Sleep quality in patients with chronic renal failure: a 3-year longitudinal study.
BACKGROUND Despite the high prevalence of sleep disorders in patients with kidney disease, no relationship has been demonstrated between sleep quality and the degree of renal function in… Expand
EC‐MPS permits lower gastrointestinal symptom burden despite higher MPA exposure in patients with severe MMF‐related gastrointestinal side‐effects
- M. Sabbatini, D. Capone, +6 authors S. Federico
- Fundamental & clinical pharmacology
- 1 October 2009
Gastrointestinal (GI) adverse events in renal transplant patients are a common cause of mycophenolate mofetil (MMF) dose reductions, which result in an increased risk of graft rejection because of a… Expand
Efficacy of a reduced pill burden on therapeutic adherence to calcineurin inhibitors in renal transplant recipients: an observational study
- M. Sabbatini, G. Garofalo, +8 authors S. Federico
- Patient preference and adherence
- 9 January 2014
Purpose The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of nonadherence in a cohort of renal transplant recipients (RTRs) and to evaluate prospectively whether more intense clinical… Expand
Effects of a Diet Rich in N-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids on Systemic Inflammation in Renal Transplant Recipients
- M. Sabbatini, L. Apicella, +9 authors B. Guida
- Journal of the American College of Nutrition
- 1 December 2013
Objective: n-3 Polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) supplementation reduces systemic inflammation and improves renal and cardiovascular prognosis in kidney transplant recipients. However, patient… Expand
Renal Sinus Lipomatosis in Transplanted Kidneys: An Unusual Clinical Case
- L. Apicella, G. Vallone, +5 authors M. Sabbatini
- Case reports in transplantation
- 4 January 2012
Renal sinus lipomatosis (RSL) represents an abnormal proliferation of the adipose tissue surrounding the renal pelvis of uncertain origin, associated with aging, obesity, steroid excess, infections,… Expand
Incentivi "488" all'industria negli anni 1996-2004: effetti settoriali e territoriali
From the 10 year enforcement of Law 488, it is possible to deduce on the one hand its neutrality in terms of industries, in coherence with a low-technology specialization model; on the other its… Expand
Visceral Leishmaniasis in renal transplant recipients: is it still a challenge to the nephrologist?
- M. Sabbatini, A. Pisani, Annalisa Ragosta, R. Gallo, F. Borrelli, B. Cianciaruso
- 27 January 2002
A case of visceral Leishmaniasis in a renal transplant recipient is reported because of its peculiar clinical presentation: the presence of most clinical signs of the disease, such as high-grade… Expand
Renal transplantation and sleep: a new life is not enough.
Renal transplantation is associated with better survival and improved quality of life compared to maintenance dialysis. Although many sleep disorders improve or even disappear after a successful… Expand
Influence of temperature on the photocatalytic activity of sol-gel TiO2 films.
- S. Costacurta, Gabriele Dal Maso, R. Gallo, M. Guglielmi, G. Brusatin, P. Falcaro
- Medicine, Materials Science
- ACS applied materials & interfaces
- 14 April 2010
The photocatalytic activity of TiO(2) films synthesized via the sol-gel process has been measured as a function of UV irradiation time and substrate temperature. Fourier-transform infrared… Expand