Mechanisms and Clinical Management of Chronic Renal Failure by Meguid El NahasMechanisms and Clinical Management of Chronic Renal Failure by Meguid El Nahas

Mechanisms and Clinical Management of Chronic Renal Failure

EditorMeguid El Nahas, Kevin Harris, Sharon Anderson

Hardcover | February 1, 2000

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This book provides the reader with a comprehensive review of the mechanisms underlying kidney scarring and the clinical aspects related to progressive chronic renal failure. It deals with aspects of diabetic and non-diabetic kidney diseases. It also addresses issues related to theprogression of renal diseases in tropical areas. It is written by experts in the field who provide the readers with an up-to-date review of the literature and share their own experience and views on the subjects they cover. The authors also provide when appropriate, some guidelines andrecommendations for the management of progressive renal insufficiency. This book should appeal to nephrologists and general physicians with an interest in nephrology. It should be a valuable source of information for trainees in the field of nephrology who may want an up-to-date review on a topicrelated to the progression of renal diseases.
1996: Professor of Nephrology (University of Sheffield) 1986: Consultant Renal Physician: Northern General Hospital 1979-1982: PhD Nephrology: Mechanisms of Renal Scarring (University of London), Clinical Training in Nephrology in London, Cardiff and Paris 1976: MB, ChB: University of Geneva, Switzerland, Clinical training in Geneva...
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Title:Mechanisms and Clinical Management of Chronic Renal FailureFormat:HardcoverPublished:February 1, 2000Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0192629336

ISBN - 13:9780192629333

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' The editors have worked hard to put together a product that covers a broad field well, and is impeccably referenced. this would be a useful addition to a nephrology library, where both residents in training and those in practice would find it a quick reference...it does credit to its editorsand contributors, and maintains the tradition of quality of this series of publications.'