Pediatric Nephrology in the ICU by Stefan G. KiesslingPediatric Nephrology in the ICU by Stefan G. Kiessling

Pediatric Nephrology in the ICU

byStefan G. KiesslingEditorJens Goebel, Michael J.G. Somers

Hardcover | November 14, 2008

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The responsibilities of the Pediatric Nephrologist in the Nephrologist and other involved specialists is vital to critical care setting are multifaceted. Management of optimize the outcome for each individual child. acute renal failure with and without renal replacement In this first edition of the book, we have included therapy, fluid and electrolyte abnormalities and hyper- chapters focused on general topics in pediatric nephr- tensive emergencies are only some of the major clinical ogy that are most germane to the care of the critically circumstances where the renal specialist is involved in ill child. We have tried to look at the clinical situations the care of children admitted to the Pediatric Intensive from the aspect of both the Pediatric Intensivist and Care Unit. Due to the complex and specialized care renal specialist. We hope that this book will supply the required, critical care nephrology could even be consid- medical providers with a framework to approach the ered a separate entity compared to the clinical scenar- challenges faced in practicing Pediatric Intensive Care ios treated in the outpatient setting or on the inpatient Nephrology. pediatric ward.
Title:Pediatric Nephrology in the ICUFormat:HardcoverDimensions:295 pagesPublished:November 14, 2008Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3540744231

ISBN - 13:9783540744238


Table of Contents

Disorders of Salt and Water Balance.- Disorders of the Acid-Base Status.- Dyskalemias.- Disorders of Calcium and Phosphate Regulation.- Abnormalities in Magnesium Metabolism.- Acute Kidney Injury: General Aspects.- Pharmacotherapy in the Critically Ill Child with Acute Kidney Injury.- Renal Replacement Therapy in the ICU.- Nutrition for the Critically Ill Pediatric Patient with Renal Dysfunction.- Tools for the Diagnosis of Renal Disease.- Urosepsis.- Hypertension in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.- Acute Glomerulonephritis.- Acute Interstitial Nephritis.- The Tumor Lysis Syndrome: An Oncologic and Metabolic Emergency.- Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome.- Vasculitis.- Renal Issues in Organ Transplant Recipients in the PICU.- Acute Kidney Injury Following Cardiopulmonary Bypass.- Contrast-Induced Nephropathy.- Intoxications.

Editorial Reviews

From the reviews:"The book is focused on clinical problems; each chapter features a clinical case that reinforces the topic that is under discussion. . It is a tool for pediatric nephrologists and pediatric critical care physicians to use in their armamentarium as they treat children with kidney problems in the intensive care setting. For fellows-in-training in both specialties, this book is a must-read . . The strength of this book is that its many authors are experts in both pediatric critical care and pediatric nephrology." (Timothy E. Bunchman, The New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 360 (22), May, 2009)"Renal problems in the pediatric ICU are frequent, starting with water and electrolyte balance, acid base problems, etc. In recent years issues before and after renal transplantation occur. International experts in pediatric nephrology review and discuss in 21 chapters the above and other problems such as urosepsis renal replacement therapy . . With many tables in color and illustrations. Each chapter includes 'core messages'. Recommended." (Pediatric Endocrinology Reviews, Vol. 7 (4), June, 2010)