Acute Renal Failure in Practice

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Imperial College Press, Jan 1, 2002 - Medical - 575 pages
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Essential guide to the clinical management of patients with acute renal failure and its complex, life-threatening metabolic sequelae. This book explains the workings of the normal kidney, illustrates the aetiology and pathophysiology of acute renal disease, and provides practical treatment guidelines relevant to the day-to-day needs of the practising clinician. There is a clear emphasis on the underlying pathogenic mechanisms naturally leading to a full understanding of the rationale behind the recommended treatments.

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