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Dr Wesley Hayes

Consultant Nephrologist

Overview

Dr Wesley Hayes has expertise in all aspects of children’s kidney disease.  His subspecialist interests include chronic kidney disease, dialysis, kidney tubular disease and stone disease. 

He aims to deliver world class care for every child under his care. 

Languages Spoken:

  • English
  • German

Credentials

  • Children’s kidney disease
  • Subspecialist interests include chronic kidney disease, dialysis, tubular disease and stone disease
  • The application of new technologies to improve the care of children with kidney disease

• International paediatric nephrology fellowship, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto  
• Board certified member of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health 
• Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Cambridge University 
• Master of Engineering (First Class), Master of Arts, University of Cambridge  

  • The application of new technologies to improve the care of children with kidney disease, in particular acute kidney injury, dialysis and transplantation

News & Publications

Book chapters: 

Tullus, K., and Hayes, W. 2016. Renovascular hypertension, Vasculitis and Aortic Coarctation. In: J. Flynn, J.R Ingelfinger & R.J Portman, ed. 2016.  Pediatric Hypertension (Clinical Hypertension and Vascular Diseases). New York: Springer. 

Chapters 7 and 12. In. J. Barratt, K. Harris, P. Topham, ed. 2009. Oxford Desk Reference: Nephrology. Second edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 

Journal Articles: 

Anantrasirichai, N., Hayes, W., Illinoi, M., Bull, D., Achim, A. 2017. Line Detection as an Inverse Problem: Application to Lung Ultrasound Imaging. IEEE Trans Med Imaging

Cabezas, O.R., Flanagan, S.E., Stanescu, H., García-Martínez, E., Caswell, R., Lango-Allen, H., Antón-Gamero, M., Argente, J., Bussell, A.M., Brandli, A., Cheshire, C., Crowne, E., Dumitriu, S., Drynda, R., Hamilton-Shield, J.P., Hayes, W., Hofherr, A., Iancu, D., Issler, N., Jefferies, C., Jones, P., Johnson, M., Kesselheim, A., Klootwijk, E., Koettgen, M., Lewis, W., Martos, J.M., Mozere, M., Norman, J., Patel, V., Parrish, A., Pérez-Cerdá, C., Pozo, J., Rahman, S.A., Sebire, N., Tekman, M., Turnpenny, P.D., Hoff, W.V., Viering, D.H.H.M., Weedon, M.N., Wilson, P., Guay-Woodford, L., Kleta, R., Hussain, K., Ellard, S., Bockenhauer, D. 2017. Polycystic Kidney Disease with Hyperinsulinemic Hypoglycemia Caused by a Promoter Mutation in Phosphomannomutase 2. J Am Soc Nephrol. 28(8) pp. 2529-2539.  

Hayes, W. 2017. Stop adding insult to injury – identifying and managing risk factors for the progression of acute kidney injury in children. Pediatr Nephrol.   

Hayes, W., Boyle, S., Carroll, A., Bockenhauer, D., Marks, S.D. 2017. Hypomagnesemia and increased risk of new-onset diabetes mellitus after transplantation in pediatric renal transplant recipients. Pediatr Nephrol. 32(5) pp. 879-884.  

Allinovi, M., Saleem, M.A., Burgess, O., Armstrong, C., Hayes, W. 2016. Finding covert fluid: methods for detecting volume overload in children on dialysis. Pediatr Nephrol. 31(12) pp. 2327-2335.  

Allinovi, M., Saleem, M., Romagnani, P., Nazerian, P., Hayes, W. 2017. Lung ultrasound: a novel technique for detecting fluid overload in children on dialysis. Nephrol Dial Transplant. 32(3) pp.541-547.  

Gupta, A., Campion-Smith, J., Hayes, W., Deal, J.E., Gilbert, R.D., Inward, C., Judd, B.A., Krishnan, R.G., Marks, S.D., O'Brien, C., Shenoy, M., Sinha, M.D., Tse, Y., Tyerman, K., Mallik, M., Hussain, F; British Association for Paediatric Nephrology. 2016. Positive trends in paediatric renal biopsy service provision in the UK: a national survey and re-audit of paediatric renal biopsy practice. Pediatr Nephrol. 31(4) pp. 613-21. 

Hayes, W., Tschumi, S., Ling, S.C., Feber, J., Kirschfink, M., Licht, C. 2015. Eculizumab hepatotoxicity in pediatric aHUS. Pediatr Nephrol. 30(5) pp. 775-81.  

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