After the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in March of this year it became clear that Covid-19 can have important consequences for kidney function and for patients with kidney diseases.
Within the research theme Renal Disorders several studies were initiated to contribute to the knowledge on this overwhelming disease. Here you find an overview of the papers that originated from these studies:
- Schoot TS, Kerckhoffs APM, Hilbrands LB, van Marum RJ. Immunosuppressive Drugs and COVID-19: A Review. Frontiers in Pharmacololy 28 Aug 2020.
- Meijers B, Hilbrands LB. The clinical characteristics of coronavirus-associated nephropathy. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation 1 Aug 2020.
- Buijsers B, Yanginlar C, Maciej-Hulme ML, de Mast Q, van der Vlag J. Beneficial non-anticoagulant mechanisms underlying heparin treatment of COVID-19 patients. EBioMedicine. Sept 2020.
- Buijsers B, Yanginlar C, de Nooijer A, Grondman I, Maciej-Hulme ML, Jonkman I, Janssen NAF, Rother N, de Graaf M, Pickkers P, Kox M, Joosten LAB, Nijenhuis T, Netea MG, Hilbrands L, van de Veerdonk FL, Duivenvoorden R, de Mast Q, van der Vlag J. Increased Plasma Heparanase Activity in COVID-19 Patients. Frontiers in Immunology. 6 Oct 2020.
- Noordzij M, Duivenvoorden R, Pena MJ, de Vries H, Kieneker LM; ERACODA Working Group. ERACODA: the European database collecting clinical information of patients on kidney replacement therapy with COVID-19. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation. 12 Aug 2020.
- Hilbrands LB, Duivenvoorden R, Vart P, Franssen CFM, Hemmelder MH, Jager KJ, Kieneker LM, Noordzij M, Pena MJ, Vries H, Arroyo D, Covic A, Crespo M, Goffin E, Islam M, Massy ZA, Montero N, Oliveira JP, Roca Muñoz A, Sanchez JE, Sridharan S, Winzeler R, Gansevoort RT; ERACODA Collaborators. COVID-19-related mortality in kidney transplant and dialysis patients: results of the ERACODA collaboration. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation. 1 Nov 2020.
- Gansevoort RT, Hilbrands LB. CKD is a key risk factor for COVID-19 mortality. Nature Reveviews Nephrology Dec 2020.
- Rother N, Yanginlar C, Lindeboom RGH, Bekkering S, van Leent M, Buijsers B, Jonkman I, de Graaf M, Baltissen M, Lamers LA, Riksen NP, Fayad ZA, Mulder WJM, Hilbrands LB, Joosten LAB, Netea MG, Vermeulen M, vander Vlag J, Duivenvoorden R. Hydroxychloroquine Inhibits the Trained Innate Immune Response to Interferons. Cell Reports Medicine. 22 Dec 2020.
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