Paediatric Renal Nutrition Taskforce | Clinical Practice Recommendations

Clinical Practice Recommendations from the Paediatric Renal Nutrition Taskforce

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The Paediatric Renal Nutrition Taskforce comprises paediatric renal dietitians and paediatric nephrologists from 8 countries across Europe and North America who are dedicated to improving the nutritional care of children with kidney diseases. The taskforce is endorsed by ESPN and IPNA. The taskforce have been working on developing clinical practice recommendations for the nutritional management of children with kidney diseases. The following clinical practice recommendations by the taskforce have been published and are available via open access.

In the first short film below, several members of the Paediatric Renal Nutrition Taskforce discuss the work of the Taskforce, what they have gained from being involved with it and how it benefits clinicians across the world. 

The second 7 minute film highlights the resources produced by the Taskforce for healthcare professionals and patients. The film highlights resources which are available on www.myrenalnutrition.com, a website produced by Vitaflo, for patients with kidney disease and their families

 

Below you will find a range of resources created by the Paediatric Renal Nutrition Taskforce (PRNT). There are resources for Healthcare Professional use and for Healthcare Professionals to use with patients. Many of the resources have been adapted and translated for specific countries.

 

Clinical practice recommendations

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00467-020-04852-5

Webinar recording

On the 23rd February 2021 Dr Rukshana Scroff, Professor Bradley Warady, Christina Nelms, Caroline Anderson and Vanessa Shaw presented on the taskforce clinical practice recommendations.

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Practical Guides for Healthcare Professionals

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Clinical practice recommendations

https://doi.org/10.1007/s00467-019-04426-0

Webinar recording

On 14th April 2021 Dr Michiel Oosterveld, Vanessa Shaw and Nonnie Polderman presented the taskforce recommendations on energy and protein requirements.

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Practical Guides for Healthcare Professionals

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Clinical practice recommendations

http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00467-019-04370-z

Webinar recording

On 11th June 2021 Dr Rukshana Shroff, Pearl Pugh and Louise McAlister presented the taskforce recommendations for calcium and phosphate. You can watch the full recording in the link below:

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Practical Guides for Healthcare Professionals

Healthcare Professional practical guide

 

Guides for patients and families

These booklets are to be used by Healthcare Professionals with patients and their families. They provide guidance on how to reduce dietary phosphate intake.

For families with young children

For young people

These posters categorise food items as high in phosphate additives, high in natural phosphate and lower phosphate alternatives.

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Clinical practice recommendations

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00467-021-04923-1

 

Webinar recording

On 13 July 2021 Professor Larry Greenbaum, José Renken-Terhaerdt, An Desloovere and Professor Rukshana Shroff highlighted clinical practice recommendations.

Watch the webinar recording

 

Practical Guides for Healthcare Professionals

Healthcare Professionals practical guide

 

Guides for patients and families

These booklets are to be used by Healthcare Professionals with patients and their families. They provide guidance on how to reduce dietary potassium intake.

For families with babies

For families with young children

For young people

These posters categorise food items into high, low and medium in terms of their potassium content.

Potassium poster

Potassium swap sheet

Clinical practice recommendations

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00467-020-04623-2

Webinar recording

On 19th October 2021 Professor Rukshana Shroff, Vanessa Shaw and Jetta Tuokkola discussed the taskforce tube feeding recommendations.

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Practical Guides for Healthcare Professionals

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Clinical practice recommendations

http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00467-021-05148-y

Webinar recording

On 24th February 2022 Vanessa Shaw, Dr Stella Stabouli, Nonnie Polderman and Christina Nelms discussed the recommendations for obesity and metabolic syndrome.

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Educational review

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00467-022-05529-x

Webinar recording

The Taskforce chose to split this important topic into two separate events.

The first part was recorded on 21st April 2022, with the second part recorded on 10th May 2022. Both include Vanessa Shaw, Dr. Shroff and paediatric nephrology dietitian, Jose Renken-Terhaerdt.

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Watch part 2 

Clinical practice recommendations

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00467-023-05884-3

Webinar recording

On the 28th of February Professor Larry Greenbaum and Molly Wong Vega discussed the Clinical Practice Recommendations for the nutritional management of children with acute kidney injury.

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Webinar recording

On the 10th October 2023, Vanessa Shaw and Jetta Tuokkola discussed the nutritional management of the child with CKD stages 2-5, and on dialysis as detailed in Paediatric Renal Nutrition Taskforce clinical practice recommendations.

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Webinar recording

On the 15th January 2024, Dr Evelien Snauwaert and An Desloovere discussed the management of dietary fibre intake in children with kidney disease - clinical practice recommendations from the Paediatric Renal Nutrition Taskforce.

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Clinical practice recommendations

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00467-024-06303-x

Webinar recording

On the 26th February 2024, PRNT members Caroline Anderson and Jetta Tuokkola shared clinical practice points on the assessment and management of vitamin status in children with CKD stages 2-5, on dialysis and post-transplantation. 

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These guides show the phosphate, calcium and potassium content of foods commonly eaten in the Middle East:

Renal food guide

Potassium poster

Potassium swap sheet

Practical Guides for Healthcare Professionals

Download the guide

 

These guides help patients understand phosphate and potassium levels in foods:

Renal phosphate food guide

Potassium level food guide

These booklets are to be used by Healthcare Professionals with patients and their families. They provide guidance on how to reduce dietary phosphate intake.

For families with children

For young people

 

These booklets are to be used by Healthcare Professionals with patients and their families. They provide guidance on how to reduce dietary potassium intake.

For families with babies

For families with young children

For young people

This booklet is to be used by Healthcare Professionals with patients and their families. It provides guidance on how to reduce dietary potassium intake.

Potassium poster

Please see the variety of food guides produced to help patients throughout India understand how to manage their potassium intake based on their diet:

K management for an Indian diet

West & Central Indian diet

North Indian diet

These booklets are to be used by Healthcare Professionals with patients and their families. They provide guidance on how to reduce dietary potassium intake.

For families with babies

For families with young children

For young children

 

These booklets are to be used by Healthcare Professionals with patients and their families. They provide guidance on how to reduce dietary phosphate intake.

For families with young children

For young people

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