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Participate in the 0by25 global snapshot study

ISN is launching a major cross-sectional study with enrollment and follow up of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) patients around the world. The web-based prospective data collection will be conducted over a period of three weeks in the third quarter of 2014.

The overall objective of the Global Snapshot is to gather prospective data, leverage local resources and expertise, and implement ‘need driven’ approaches to fighting AKI globally.

The Global Snapshot will aim to establish incidence of AKI in different settings around the world over a three week period, compare risk factors, etiologies, diagnosis, management and outcomes of AKI in different countries and determine resources available for recognizing non-dialytic and dialytic management and follow up of patients with AKI in different settings and countries.

Want to get involved?

If you would like your center or clinic to be part of the Global Snapshot, please click on one of the links below according to your language preference, fill in the Global Survey on AKI and click yes to question 33.

Arabic Version:

Chinese Version:

English Version:

French Version:

Japanese Version:

Portuguese Version:

Russian Version:

Spanish Version:

We will soon be contacting interested stakeholders in the next few weeks to prepare for this global endeavor.

The Global Snapshot is one of the key activities of the ISN 0by25 Initiative. The 0by25 Initiative, inspired by ISN President Giuseppe Remuzzi, calls for globally applicable strategies that permit a timely diagnosis of AKI and provide access to renal replacement therapy for patients with potentially reversible diseases.

If you are interested in knowing more about the 0by25 Initiative, and/or want to get involved, check our website or contact the 0by25 Team:

Luca Segantini, ISN Executive Director
Ravindra Mehta, Project Leader
Louise Fox, Senior Project Manager
Luisa Strani, Project Manager

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