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Little Black Book of Nephrology and Hypertension
  • Details:

  • ISBN-13: 9780763752972
    ISBN-10:0763752975
    Paperback   360 pages   © 2009

  • Price:

  • $31.95

Overview

Little Black Book of Nephrology and Hypertension is a comprehensive, concise, and evidence-based pocket reference to the diagnosis and treatment of kidney disease. This convenient resource offers quick access to vital information and makes a great reference for solving pressing problems on the ward or in the clinic.

 

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  • Chapters are presented in a concise, uniform format, providing quick and easy access to facts and figures
  • Evidence-based, featuring embedded references to supporting literature
  • Easily read in its entirety as a comprehensive review for students, residents, fellow, or practitioners
  • Exhaustively cross-referenced and indexed to guide the reader quickly through the text to relevant information

 

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Table of ContentsShow

Chapter 1:  Electrolytes
Chapter 2:  Acid Base Disorders
Chapter 3:  Acute Kidney Injury
Chapter 4:  Glomerular Disease
Chapter 5:  Hereditary Diseases
Chapter 6:  Interstitial Diseases
Chapter 7:  Nephrolithiasis
Chapter 8:  Chronic Kidney Disease
Chapter 9: End Stage Renal Disease
Chapter 10:  Hypertension
Chapter 11:  Kidney Transplantation

 

 


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About the Author(s)Show

Charles N. Jacobs, MD-Maine General Medical Center, Waterville, Maine

Dmitry Opolinsky, DO-MaineGeneral Medical Center, Waterville, Maine

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