2015 – 弱势社群的慢性肾病
Guillermo Garcia-Garcia, Vivekanand Jha和代表世界肾脏日指導委員會
Of all of the forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhumane. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
2014 – 慢性肾病和人口老化
Marcello Tonelli 和 Miguel C. Riella
“Youth, which is forgiven everything, forgives itself nothing: age, which forgives itself everything, is forgiven nothing.” George Bernard Shaw
2013 – 急性肾捐伤: 全球健康警示
Philip Kam Tao Li, Emmanuel A. Burdmann, Ravindra L. Mehta 和代表２０１３年世界肾脏日指導委員會
Acute kidney injury (AKI) is increasingly prevalent in developing and developed countries and is associated with severe morbidity and mortality. Most etiologies of AKI can be prevented by interventions at the individual, community, regional, and in-hospital levels. Effective measures must include community-wide efforts to increase an awareness of the devastating effects of AKI and provide guidance on preventive strategies, as well as early recognition and management. Efforts should be focused on minimizing causes of AKI, increasing awareness of the importance of serial measurements of serum creatinine in high-risk patients, and documenting urine volume in acutely ill people to achieve early diagnosis; there is as yet no definitive role for alternative biomarkers. Protocols need to be developed to systematically manage prerenal conditions and specific infections. More accurate data about the true incidence and clinical impact of AKI will help to raise the importance of the disease in the community, increase awareness of AKI by governments, the public, general and family physicians, and other health-care professionals to help prevent the disease. Prevention is the key to avoid the heavy burden of mortality and morbidity associated with AKI.
2012 – 肾移植在全球的角色
Guillermo Garcia Garcia, Paul N. Harden, Jeremy R. Chapman 和代表２０１２年世界肾脏日指導委員會
World Kidney Day on 8 March 2012 provides a chance to reflect on the success of kidney transplantation as a therapy for end-stage renal disease (ESRD) that surpasses dialysis treatments for the quality and quantity of life and for cost effectiveness. An experimental, risky, and very limited treatment option 50 years ago is now routine clinical practice in more than 80 countries.
2011 – 世界肾脏日2011: 齐保肾,同护心
William G. Couser 和 Miguel C. Riella
The sixth World Kidney Day, an annual event jointly sponsored by the International Society of Nephrology and the International Federation of Kidney Foundations, will be celebrated on 10 March 2011. Since its inception in 2006, World Kidney Day has grown dramatically to become the most widely celebrated event associated with kidney disease in the world and the most successful effort to raise awareness among both the general public and government health officials about the dangers of kidney disease, especially chronic kidney disease (CKD).
2010 – 糖尿肾病: 立即行动
Robert C. Atkins 和 Paul Zimmet
In 2003, the International Society of Nephrology and the International Diabetes Federation launched a booklet called Diabetes and Kidney Disease: Time to Act-to highlight the global pandemic of type 2 diabetes and diabetic kidney disease. It aimed to alert governments, health organizations, providers, doctors, and patients to the increasing health and socioeconomic problems due to diabetic kidney disease and its sequelae, end-stage kidney disease requiring dialysis and cardiovascular death. Seven years later, the same message has become even more urgent. World Kidney Day 2010, under the auspices of the International Society of Nephrology (ISN) and the International Federation of Kidney Foundations (IFKF), together with the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), provides yet another chance to underline the importance of diabetic kidney disease, stress its lack of awareness at both public and governmental levels, and emphasize that its management involves prevention, recognition, and treatment of its complications. Primary prevention of type 2 diabetes will require massive lifestyle changes in the developing and developed world supported by strong governmental commitment to promote lifestyle and societal change.
2009 – 2009年世界肾脏日讯息: 高血压和肾病:一同预防
George L. Bakris 和 Eberhard Ritz 代表世界肾脏日指導委員會
The kidney is both a cause and a victim of hypertension. High blood pressure is a key pathogenetic factor that contributes to deterioration of kidney function. The presence of kidney disease is a common and underappreciated preexisting medical cause of resistant hypertension.1 Therefore, treatment of hypertension has become the most important intervention in the management of all forms of chronic kidney disease (CKD). For this reason, the forthcoming World Kidney Day (WKD) on 12 March 2009 will emphasize the role of hypertension in renal disease.
2008 – 第三届世界肾脏日: 回顾和展望
Sudhir V. Shah 和 John Feehally
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world: indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has. —Margaret Mead. March 13, 2008, heralds the third annual World Kidney Day, an event that will be celebrated in more than 60 countries. We take this opportunity to recount how this concept has gained worldwide traction and momentum and to reflect on the challenges faced by its creators and supporters.
2007 –积极响应世界肾脏日, ２００７年３月１８日
William G Couser MD President, International Society of Nephrology, Sudhir Shah MD President, International Federation of Kidney Foundations For the joint International Society of Nephrology/International Federation of Kidney Foundations World Kidney Day 2007 Steering Committee:, Joel Kopple MD IFKF Executive Member, Paul Beerkens IFKF President-Elect, Anne Wilson IFKF Secretary Treasurer, John Feehally MD ISN Secretary General, Thomas Reiser ISN Executive Director and Miguel Riella MD ISN Committee Chair
World Kidney Day, a joint initiative of the International Society of Nephrology (ISN) and the International Federation of Kidney Foundations (IFKF), aims to spread the crucial message that kidney disease is common, harmful, and treatable.
2006 – 世界肾脏日: 一个随时代发展已出现的概念
Allan J Collins MD, Committee Chair, IFKF, William G Couser MD President, ISN, John H Dirks MD ISN, Joel D Kopple MD IFKF, Thomas Reiser Executive Director, ISN, Miguel C Riella MD ISN, Sheila Robinson BA ISN, Sudhir V Shah MD President, IFKF and Anne Wilson IFKF
The world needs a kidney day to draw global attention to the increasing global pandemic of kidney and associated cardiovascular disease. Therefore, the International Society of Nephrology (ISN) and the International Federation of Kidney Foundations (IFKF) jointly are proposing that a World Kidney Day be established on the second Thursday in March each year. It will be launched on Thursday, March 9, 2006, and fully inaugurated on Thursday, March 8, 2007. The aim is to broadcast the message about kidney disease to government health officials, general physicians, allied health professionals, individuals, and families.