The inaugural edition of Pediatric Dialysis provides a comprehensive review of these and other related topics with a singular emphasis on the unique aspects of their application to children. With authoritative, clinically relevant, well-referenced chapters written by a host of recognized international experts who emphasize key aspects of contemporary management, Pediatric Dialysis has been designed to serve as a primary resource to all clinicians involved in the care of the pediatric dialysis patient.
Number of pages: 663
Weight: 1027 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 35 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 200
From the reviews:
"The first edition of Pediatric Dialysis by Warady et al., provides an expansive, exceptionally well-referenced review of the existing literature and current opinions in pediatric nephrology. ... The 38 chapters of this text are uniformly well-referenced and well written. ... The book is well edited ... . The content is also well indexed, making the book easy to use ... . Pediatric Dialysis is an exceptional reference that consolidated information on pediatric nephrology, and holds an important place in the pediatric nephrology literature." (Jennifer E. Slickers and Maria E. Ferris, Pediatric Nephrology, Vol. 20 (5), 2005)
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