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Physical Activity After Kidney Transplantation: The Barriers, The Facilitators, and the Current Evidence - Shared screen with speaker view
Selma Dilek
28:27
Can you share the title of that paper again, please? Thank you
Gareth Wiltshire
29:37
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/10833196.2021.2002641
Jamie Y
36:46
Hi. Thanks for organizing this talk. I find this very useful and wish we had something similar here in Singapore, if not already. May I know if the recording will be shared later? I would love to share this with my renal team and ask if we have similar studies done locally
Gareth Wiltshire
37:45
Yes, the recording will be put up here: https://wtgf.org/research-webinars/
Jamie Y
39:41
Thanks!
André Novo
46:37
Hello to all,Congrats to Doctor Bellany to the excelent presentation!I’m from Portugal, I was preemptive kidney transplanted by living donor a month and a half ago because a IgA nephropathy with 20 years.I’m lifting weights 3 times a week and walking 10km 4 times a week (I already started running smoothly). I was physically active until 3 years ago. I’m struggling to define my proper limits.- At what time after a kidney transplant can a patient perform a properly VO2 test?- Where can we find clear kidney transplant exercise/physical activity guidelines?- Can you share the DOI of the last article, with guidelines for CKD population, please?- Why not enrole kidney transplant patients in phase 2 cardiac rehabilitation or similar programs?Thank you very much!
Gareth Wiltshire
48:07
https://bmcnephrol.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12882-021-02618-1
Selma Dilek
52:30
A brilliant and very beneficial talk. Thanks to all contributors.
Jamie Y
53:01
In one of your later slides you mentioned about Ironman events. Can you elaborate a bit more on why extra precaution is needed for such a sport?
Heather Gerroir
54:11
I started to exercise about 8 weeks after transplant. I am 9 years post transplant and walk 60 km a week. To me exercise has kept me healthy and positive. I am a real advocate for moving/exercise.
Simon Elmore
57:31
It is very much down to the Post Transplant Coordinator and how pro Getting active they are to support and develop. The Nottingham Unit refer to the Sports Team Manager... Me to contact and support.
Jamie Y
57:40
Wish we had this here!
Heather Gerroir
01:03:39
Would love to participate in this type of study.
Gareth Wiltshire
01:04:03
https://beamfeelgood.com/home
Suzanne Lester
01:05:54
thank you that was so interesting I need to go sorry s
Peter Kreilkamp
01:06:35
Thanks for organzing this webinar! Have to leace now...
Heather Gerroir
01:07:54
National Games are a great way to connect on so many levels.
Jamie Y
01:09:24
Thank you for this talk!!
Heather Gerroir
01:09:39
Thank you very much.
André Novo
01:09:48
Fantastic! Great! Thank you very much!