Manual of Nephrology

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, May 13, 2014 - Medical - 456 pages
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The newly updated 8th edition of this bestseller continues a 20-year tradition, with expert scientific research and clinical recommendations on the diagnosis and management of acute and chronic kidney disease. This comprehensive reference offers you solid, practical guidance on common renal problems—causes, symptoms, treatments and complications. Explore the free sample chapter now! Features: Topics covered include: electrolyte and acid-base disorders, UTI’s, kidney stones, glomerulonephritis and vasculitis, acute or chronic renal failure, hypertension, and renal disease in pregnancy and diabetes NEW content on kidney disease in diabetes. Time-saving outline format for easy quick-reference Practical guidelines on drug dosing in patients with impaired kidney function, with specific recommendations on more than 500 drugs
 

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Contents

Contributors
The Patient with Hyponatremia or Hypernatremia
The Patient with an AcidBase Disorder
The Patient with Kidney Stones Robert F Reilly
The Patient withUrinary Tract Infection Jessica B Kendrick L Barth Reller and Marilyn E Levi
The Patient with Glomerular Disease orVasculitis
The Patient with Acute Kidney Injury
Sarah Faubel andCharles L Edelstein 11 The Patientwith ChronicKidney Disease
The Patient Receiving Chronic Renal Replacement with Dialysis
The Patient witha Kidney Transplant James E Cooper Laurence Chan and Alexander Wiseman
The Patient with Hypertension
Practical Guidelines for Drug Dosing in Patients with Impaired
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