Diabetes & Metabolism

Research Crucial to Combatting Effects of COVID-19 on Kidneys, Kidney Patients

Jan Carrousel 02.jpgAlthough widely thought of as a respiratory ailment, COVID-19 has demonstrated its ability to impact multiple organs. For those with existing kidney disease, the dangers of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus are especially stark.

Testimonials from Nephrology Nurses: Our Stories

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May is National Nurses Month

Those who work in nephrology, or receives kidney care, understand that excellence of care depends directly upon the professionals who chose to become nephrology nurses.

Weekly ASN Recap, May 11 - May 18: COVID-19 Resources

ASN Main Color.pngThe world is adjusting to the new and uncertain realities of the COVID-19 pandemic. ASN has worked tirelessly to address many of the important topics related to the changes. Please see below for many vital COVID-19 resources.

Making the Case for Change: Including People with Kidney Diseases in COVID-19 Trials

KHI_Logo-Horizontal-Color.jpgClinical trials often exclude people with kidney diseases. This means that 37 million people in the United States are rarely represented in the kind of research that advances change in treatment and care. The challenges that result from such exclusion are highlighted by the current COVID-19 crisis.

Excerpt: Accelerating Technology Development During a Pandemic to Bring More People with Kidney Failure Home

KHI_Logo-Horizontal-Color.jpgThe Coronavirus – 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic is unmasking the shortcomings of in-center hemodialysis for people with kidney failure. Individuals with kidney failure who rely on in-center dialysis do not have the luxury of social distancing during a pandemic. In-center dialysis exposes people with kidney failure and healthcare workers to potential infection.

Podcast – COVID-19 Update: Discussion from Washington state

This podcast includes an interview with Suzanne Watnick, MD, FASN. Dr. Watnick is the Chief Medical Officer at Northwest Kidney Centers in Washington state and Professor of Medicine at the University of Washington. She discusses the steps her organization took to protect kidney patients and health care workers once the Coronavirus hit her state.

Weekly ASN Recap, April 5-11: COVID-19 Resources

asn logo small_0.jpgThe world is adjusting to the new and uncertain realities of the COVID-19 pandemic. ASN has worked tirelessly to address many of the important topics related to the changes. Please see below for many vital COVID-19 resources.


On the Front Lines

Upcoming Webinar on COVID-19: Considerations in the Home Dialysis Setting


Please tune in on Thursday, April 9, to an ASN webinar titled COVID-19: Considerations in the Home Dialysis Setting.

This complimentary, 60-minute webinar will address key areas of concern in the management of people dialyzing at home in the era of COVID-19.

Key topic areas will include:

Weekly ASN Recap: COVID-19 Resources

ASN Logo main.jpgThe world is adjusting to the new and uncertain realities of the COVID-19 pandemic. ASN has worked tirelessly to address many of the important topics related to the changes. Please see below for many vital COVID-19 resources.

ASN Policy and Advocacy

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