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Nephrology in 30 Days (In Thirty Days Series)

Robert Reilly (Author), Mark Perazella (Author)

TRUE PDF, BOOKMARKED and INDEXED

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Publication Date: September 6, 2013 | ISBN-10: 0071788409 | ISBN-13: 978-0071788403 | Edition: 2

A fast, innovative way to learn the core principles and clinical entities associated with nephrology at the point of care

Nephrology in 30 Days enables you to quickly and easily attain a complete understanding of the basics of nephrology, allowing you to successfully diagnose and manage kidney disease and its associated complications. Designed to impart this knowledge in just thirty days, this unique self-instructional tool is perfect for medical students, physician assistants, medical residents, and nephrology fellows rotating on the clinical nephrology service elective. Now in full color, Nephrology in 30 Days is the most effective way to gain a solid understanding of acute and chronic kidney diseases, disturbances of fluid and electrolyte balance, and disorders of acid-base and mineral metabolism homeostasis--in the least amount of time possible.

Updated to include the latest research and advances, including:

New formulas for estimating glomerular filtration rate
The role of WNK kinases in distal tubular sodium and potassium handling
Revised hyponatremia guidelines
The use of vaptans for clinical use
Newly reported forms of metabolic acidosis
The role FGF-23 and Klotho play in phosphorus homeostasis
Concerns about the use of erythropoietic stimulating agents
Approaches to and classification of both chronic kidney disease and acute kidney injury
Discussion of urinalysis and urine microscopy in the evaluation of kidney disease
New forms of tubulointerstitial disease such as immunoglobulin G4 (IgG4)-related disease
The pathological classification of systemic lupus nephritis and other glomerular diseases
The mechanisms and causes of essential and secondary forms of hypertension