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Publications and submissions 2019/20 from the iTrend Intelligent Technologies for Renal Dialysis Programme @derbyuni

Gullapudi, J. Stewart, P. Stewart, T. Walker, K. White, TE Eldehni, MW.Taal, NM. Selby, ‘Frequency analysis reveals unique haemodynamic responses to haemodialysis: Baseline results from the iTREND study’, European Renal Association – European Dialysis And Transplant Association Annual Congress, Budapest, Hungary, 13-16 June 2019 http://mediatheque.cyim.com/mediatheque/media.aspx?mediaId=64727&channel=60398 Gullapudi, J. Stewart, P. Stewart, T. Walker, K. White, TE […]

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New publications from the iTrend Programme by Profs Paul and Jill Stewart @derbyuni @derby_HSRC

Stewart, Jill, Paul Stewart, Thomas Walker, Tarek Eldehini, Daniela V. Horner, Bethany Lucas, Kelly White, et al. 2020. “A Feasibility Study of Non-invasive Continuous Estimation of Brachial Pressure Derived from Arterial and Venous Lines During Dialysis.” engrXiv. May 7. doi:10.31224/osf.io/xpv65. https://doi.org/10.31224/osf.io/xpv65 Stewart, Jill; Stewart, Paul; Walker, Thomas; Gullapudi, Latha; Eldehni, Tarek; Selby, Nicholas; et al. […]

iTREND Journals Preprints

New journal paper from the Intelligent Technologies for Renal Dialysis Project

A feasibility study of non-invasive Continuous Estimation of Brachial Pressure Derived from Arterial and Venous Lines During Dialysis JillStewart1, PaulStewart1,*, TomWalker1, TarekEldehini2, Daniela Viramontes Horner2, BethanyLucas2, KellyWhite2, AndyMuggleton2, NicholasMSelby2, andMaartenW Taal2 1 School of Health and Social Care, University of Derby, UK 2 Centre for Kidney Research and Innovation, University of Nottingham, Derby, UK and […]

iTREND Research University of Derby

Congratulations to Carol Stalker for defending her PhD thesis

Carol held a Funded PhD Studentship in Health Psychology in collaboration with the @iTREND_Research project @DerbyUni The title of her research programme was Patient and Staff Experiences of Renal Dialysis Treatment In collaboration with the iTREND project, this PhD explored and evaluated hospital patient and staff experiences of renal dialysis treatment, including approximately 50 dialysis patients […]

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Characterisation of Haemodynamic Responses to Haemodialysis Using Frequency Analysis Session Information ITrend at ASN2019 Washington USA

Abstract: TH-PO212 Characterisation of Haemodynamic Responses to Haemodialysis Using Frequency Analysis Session Information  Hemodialysis and Frequent Dialysis – I November 07, 2019 | Location: Exhibit Hall, Walter E. Washington Convention Center Abstract Time: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Category: Dialysis  701 Dialysis: Hemodialysis and Frequent Dialysis Authors  Gullapudi, Venkata Rukmini Latha, University […]

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New #iTrend patient study on non-invasive continuous blood pressure monitoring starts @derbyuni

Last Thursday 24th October, we kicked off #iTrend second major patient study at Royal Derby Hospital. The next three months will see us monitoring complete 4 hour #dialysis treatments on a set of patients with follow up sessions. Utilising Finapres Finometer units capturing real time data in parallel with our own system to verify our […]

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Practicing and validating our methodology for the next iTrend data study

Its sometimes easy to forget how much work goes into setting up the best patient experience possible for the brilliant volunteers who freely engage with our patient study activity. We’re currently kicking of our second patient study, which focuses on validation of the sensors and software algorithms which we have developed on the project to […]

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New patient study approval granted for iTrend hemodialysis research programme

The iTrend (Intelligent technologies for Renal Dialysis) team is about to make an important step forward. We have developed a new sensor system and associated analysis which delivers non-invasive, real-time, continuous blood pressure measurement for the duration of a dialysis treatment. Previously we have developed hardware and analytics on our laboratory test rig which simulates […]

Endowed Chair in Intelligent Systems iTREND PESRI Research Themes Research

Fully funded PhD in Healthtech/Imaging @derbyuni with generous bursary

                A fully funded 3 year PhD is available in the Healthtech research group at the University of Derby to start ASAP. The offer is £21,000 per year tax-free bursary, and we will also cover the PhD fees. We’re looking for someone with a 2:1 or higher at […]

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What aspects of acceptance influence health related quality of life in Haemodialysis patients? – new @derbyuni Carol Walker acceptance paper @derbyunivc iTrend

Carol Stalker, James Elander, Kathryn Mitchell, Paul Stewart, Maarten Taal, Nicholas Selby, ‘What aspects of acceptance influence health related quality of life in Haemodialysis patients?’, Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference 2019, 10-11 July, Renaissance Manchester City Centre Hotel