Allison Jaure's research while affiliated with The University of Sydney and other places

Publications (6)

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Background: Solid organ transplantation has seen improvements in both surgical techniques and immunosuppression, achieving prolonged survival. Essential to graft acceptance and post-transplant recovery, immunosuppressive medications are often accompanied by a high prevalence of gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms and side effects. Apart from GI side ef...
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Background: Gastrointestinal (GI) health is considered vital to the success of peritoneal dialysis (PD) and is critically important to patients, caregivers and clinicians. However, the multiplicity of GI outcome measures in trials undermines the ability to evaluate the frequency, impact and treatment of GI symptoms in patients receiving PD. Theref...
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Background: Anaemia occurs in chronic kidney disease (CKD) and is more prevalent with lower levels of kidney function. Anaemia in CKD is associated with death related to cardiovascular (CV) disease and infection. Established treatments include erythropoiesis-stimulating agents (ESAs), iron supplementation and blood transfusions. Oral hypoxia-induc...
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Background: Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are very common, affecting more than 7 million people worldwide. Whilst many people may only experience a single episode in their lifetime and are generally responsive to standard antibiotics, a significant proportion of adults and children (approximately 15% to 25%) are chronic symptomatic UTI sufferers...
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Rationale and Objective Caregivers of patients with chronic kidney disease from rural communities play a crucial role in access to dialysis and transplantation, and face many challenges including geographical distance, financial hardship, and limited support. This study aimed to inform strategies to overcome these challenges by describing the exper...
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Background Guideline developers are encouraged to engage patients, carers and their representatives (‘consumers’) from diverse backgrounds in guideline development to produce more widely applicable guidelines. However, consumers from diverse backgrounds are infrequently included in guidelines and there is scant research to support guideline develop...