A review of the acute kidney injury. ************************************** Estimated Time to View: 50 minutes Title: Acute Renal Failure Author: Hsiao Lai, MD Author Type: Faculty Citation: Nephrology On-Demand 2014, Volume 5, Number 8 Disclaimers: None Resource Type: Video Recommend to a Colleague/Friend: Roll Over Review this teaching resource: Click here Pin this resource ************************************** LEARNING […]

Guest Lecture Series on the Cardiorenal syndrome by Dr. Hassan Alhosaini. [click here]

A review of nephrotoxic light chains and the use of the Freelite assay. ************************************** Estimated Time to View: 20 minutes Title: Nephrotoxic Free Light Chains in Multiple Myeloma Author: Deborah Kuhn, PhD Author Type: Faculty Citation: Nephrology On-Demand 2013, Volume 4, Number 18 Disclaimers: Sponsored by The Binding Site Resource Type: Twitter Transcript Recommend to […]

A look at how a common antibiotic adjunct could mitigate chemotherapeutic-induced nephrotoxicity. ************************************** Estimated Time to View: 30 minutes Title: Cilastatin in the therapy of Cisplatin Nephrotoxicity Author: Waseem Ahmed, MD Author Type: Fellow Citation: Nephrology On-Demand 2013, Volume 4, Number 9 Disclaimers: None Resource Type: Video Recommend to a Colleague/Friend: Roll Over Review this […]

Commentary by Dr. Paul McCarthy of East Carolina University Division of Critical Care [View Guest Lecture Series: Colloids versus Crystalloids] I agree that most of the data regarding over-resuscitation is kind of new, especially things like death, but there is a lot a data showing think like LOS, Vent days, need for trach, costs, etc. […]

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