South West Anaesthesia Research Matrix

  SWARM

PrEvalence of Acute and Chronic kidney disease treated by renal replacement therapy in the ICU Environment (PEACE)

 
PEACE is a prospective international, multi-centre, prevalence study on the epidemiology of the use of renal replacement therapy for ICU patients who have acute kidney injury and chronic end stage kidney disease which is being run by ESICM.
 

It aims to:


  • Assess the prevalence of severe AKI and CKD in ICU patients
  • Assess modalities of RRT used for treatment of AKI
  • Assess indications for initiation of RRT
  • Assess who is performing RRT
  • Assess the severity of illness at the time of data collection
  • Assess the renal outcomes and ICU, hospital, 30-day and 90-day mortality

Study data collection took place on one of two days (25th March & 22nd April 2015) with patients being followed up to 90 days.


More information can be found on the ESICM website.

 
Site
 No Recruited
No Eligible
Derriford Hospital
26
26
Torbay Hospital
8
8
Truro Hopsital
4
4
Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital
10
10
Musgrove Park Hospital
no data available
no data available
North Devon District Hopsital
5
5
TOTALS
53
100%
 

Regional Project Lead

Dr Adam Revill
SWARM Committee
 

Local Trust Project Lead

Derriford Hospital, Plymouth
Dr Craig Holdstock
Dr Sarah Stoneman
Dr David Radley
Dr Rob Jackson
Royal Cornwall Hospital, Truro
Dr Barney Scrace
Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital, Exeter
Dr Sebastian Brown
Dr Christopher Day
Dr Nikki Freeman
Dr Lawrie Kidd
Torbay Hospital, Torquay
Dr John Ingham
 Dr Rebecca Matthews
Musgrove Park Hospital, Taunton
Dr Richard Innes
Dr Katherine Stenlake
North Devon District Hospital, Barnstaple
Dr Nigel Hollister

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