Kidney disease is common, and its prevalence is increasing worldwide. Current statistics suggest that up to 8% of the population in developed countries have some degree of renal impairment. The economic and social consequences are enormous. Early detection coupled with the appropriate therapeutic strategy can radically reduce the progressive nature and complications associated with chronic kidney disease and successfully treat acute renal failure in many instances. It is essential that all physicians, both in hospitals and in the community, have an awareness of renal disease - the presenting signs, differential diagnoses, treatment strategies and approach to the management of complications. - An expert, factual presentation of exactly the information required to provide optimal care for patients - Three specialists of international repute present a clear and concise account of each disease state - Key points summarized at each chapter-end - Comprehensively illustrated - concise and directly applicable in the clinical setting
Publisher: Health Press Limited
Weight: 318 g
Dimensions: 208 x 150 x 6 mm
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