Clinician's Manual of Pediatric Nephrology

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World Scientific, 2011 - Pediatric nephrology - 764 pages
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This handbook provides the fundamental information required to make good clinical assessments and management decisions in children with renal disorders. It includes topics that range from general pediatric nephrology disorders encountered by primary care physicians to more complex renal disorders managed by pediatric nephrologists. Common pediatric renal conditions including glomerular and tubular disorders, hypertension, and urologic conditions are addressed. Current topics such as neonatal disorders, chronic kidney disease, and transplantation are also covered. In addition, illustrations, algorithms and tables are utilized to highlight teaching points.
 

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Contents

Part II Fluid Balance in the Pediatric Patient
47
Part III Electrolyte Disorders in the Pediatric Patient
65
Part IV Abnormal Urinary Findings
149
Renal Limited
173
Part VI Glomerulopathies Associated with Systemic Disease
237
Part VII Tubular Disorders
299
Part VIII Urinary Tract Infections
337
Part IX Hypertension
355
Part XII Dialysis Therapy in AKI
465
Part XIII Chronic Kidney Disease CKD
485
Part XIV EndStage Renal Disease ESRD
505
Part XV Renal Transplantation
581
Part XVI Cardiovascular Disease
647
Part XVII Neonatal Nephrology
659
Part XVIII Congenital Renal Diseases
685
Index
735

Part X Urologic Disorders
379
Part XI Acute Kidney Injury AKI
435

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