Practical Nephrology (Paperback)Mark Harber (editor)
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This book will provide readers with a practice-based approach to all aspects of clinical nephrology. Written by experts in the field, Practical Nephrology offers invaluable practical advice on how to manage specific illnesses and, uniquely, the importance of establishing systems and processes to improve patient safety, enhance the patient pathway and guidance on how to systematically improve clinical governance.
A unique aspect of this book are the tips and tricks and, suggestions for avoiding common errors based on the vast experience of the authors. In addition, the Editor has collated a list of links to international registries and guidelines as well as selected disease specific organisations, providing both clinicians and patients with access to helpful and recommended resources.
Designed and written in a user-friendly fashion, Practical Nephrology will be the definitive reference for practising nephrologists, trainees and non-nephrologist who encounter renal patients in their daily practice.
Publisher: Springer London Ltd
Number of pages: 901
Weight: 3163 g
Dimensions: 279 x 210 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 201
From the book reviews:"This book not only comprehensively reviews the pathogenesis of renal diseases, it also offers guidance on making appropriate clinical decisions. ... This is an excellent tool for nephrologists from fellows to clinicians, as well as for medical students who have a more than average interest in nephrology. ... This is a very good resource for nephrology fellows looking to acquire a quick yet thorough overview of renal diseases as well as how to diagnose and treat them." (Annick Edon, Doody's Book Reviews, February, 2015)