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Hyponatremia in the Dialysis Population – ScienceDirect

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NephMadness: Collecting Tubule Region – Principal Cell Group – AJKD Blog

Nephrology Madness: Meet the competitors for Collecting Tubule Region’s Principal Cell Group! Click here to view the entire Collecting Tubule Region. Download complete NephMadness brackets in PDF o…

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Pubblicato da su 11 marzo 2019 in elettroliti, malattie renali

 

Timing of Initiation of Maintenance Dialysis: A Qualitative Analysis of the Electronic Medical Records of a National Cohort of Patients From the Department of Veterans Affairs. | Chronic Kidney Disease | JAMA Internal Medicine | JAMA Network

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Albuminuria Change and Risk of End-Stage Kidney Disease

Albuminuria change as surrogate endpoint for progression of CKD strongly supported by biological plausibility, but empirical evidence lacking.

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Dialysis Is a Way of Life for Many Older Patients. Maybe It Shouldn’t Be. – The New York Times

 

5 causes of dark urine

A variety of issues can cause dark urine, including foods, medication, and dehydration. Learn more about the potential causes and their treatments in this article.

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Antibiotic management of urinary tract infection in elderly patients in primary care and its association with bloodstream infections and all cause mortality: population based cohort study | The BMJ

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