The second edition of this educational book provides an updated resource on how best to discuss and manage acute and chronic presentations of renal diseases. All chapters have been reviewed and updated to reflect changes which directly affect clinical practice and new chapters have been added including Dialysis and Poisoning, Urinalysis/Microscopy and Renal Biopsy. Chapters now include information on key clinical trials for management strategiesAllowing for concise reading on specific topics this book acts as both a quick reference text and study guide. The layout has been designed in a question and answer format in order to promote self-directed learning. Images and diagrams have been further standardized and improved for the new edition and remain a key feature of the book.
Clinical Companion in Nephrology, second edition, is an invaluable resource for junior doctors, medical students and renal nurses who encounter renal patients in their daily practice.
Jack Fairweather is a nephrology trainee with a breadth of experience in education and an interest in training. He worked on peer- and near-peer education projects as a junior doctor; coordinates and teaches on various training programmes, has presented internationally, and is undertaking a Scottish Clinical Leadership Fellowship in 2018-19.
Mark Findlay is a consultant Nephrologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Glasgow who has taken an active role in teaching since graduation. Having lectured at local and national events, coordinated teaching programs within the Glasgow Royal College of Physicians and University of Glasgow. He recently completed his PhD examining cognitive function and cerebrovascular disease in end-stage kidney disease.
Chris Isles, a recently retired Professor of medicine and nephrology is a highly published, thoroughly respected clinician and award winning educator with decades of experience.
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