Basic Clinical Dialysis

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David Harris, Grahame Elder, Lukas Kairaitis, Gopala Rangan
McGraw-Hill Companies,Incorporated, Feb 28, 2005 - Medical - 280 pages
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Basic Clinical Dialysis presents highly practical information on the clinical care and management of chronic kidney disease through dialysis treatment. The book clearly explains basic principles of dialysis, the different stages of kidney disease and presents all the treatment options and techniques for management. It deals specifically with chronic dialysis and chronic kidney disease, chronic haemodialysis, chronic peritoneal dialysis and acute dialytic therapies.The book will be a handy reference guide for medical students, interns, residents, basic physician trainees, nurses, general physicians, and paramedical staff. It is written in a concise and easy to understand format which is popular among busy practitioners and will be a small trim size to fit in their pockets and take on the wards.

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4 Limitations of dialysis as replacement
6 Conservative therapy for advanced

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About the author (2005)

David Harris, MD is Professor in the Department of Medicine of the University of Sydney, at Westmead Hospital

Lucas Kairaitis, MD is a staff specialist nephrologist at Westmead Hospital

Gopala Rangan, MD is a staff specialist in Renal Medicine at Westmead Hospital and Area Health Services

Graham Elder, MD is a staff specialist in Renal Medicine at Westmead Hospital

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