January 16, 2013 | 1 Comment
Guest Lecture Series by Dr. Andrew Shaw of Duke University on January 16, 2013. [Critique this blog] [Return to NOD Blogs] Dr. Shaw begins his talk with a brief history of the dilemma surrounding the optimal fluid resuscitation strategy. Since 1832 (eighteen thirty two) physicians have been struggling with the type and amount of fluid […]
November 9, 2012 | Leave a Comment
Below is a quick summary of the key teaching points made by Dr. Kevin Finkel (University of Texas Medical School at Houston) during his special guest lecture on 8 November 2012 by Dr. Nirav Jasani (East Carolina University). [Critique this blog] [Return to NOD Blogs] 1. Chloride rich fluid like NORMAL SALINE, high risk of […]
A look at the latest biomarkers making their way through the world of clinical trials and vying for a position as accurate and accepted indicators of acute kidney injury. ************************************** Estimated Time to View: 60 minutes Title: Novel Biomarkers for Acute Kidney Injury Author: MJ Barchman, MD Author Type: Faculty Citation: Nephrology On-Demand 2012, Volume […]
Blog from the Guest Lecture Series at East Carolina University – Brody School of Medicine. Dr. Alhosaini discusses the cardiologist’s perspective to the cardiorenal syndrome (CRS).
March 17, 2011 | 1 Comment
A review article that highlights the common uses of antiretroviral therapies in HIV patients, with special attention paid to the ESRD comorbidity. Tables showcase the common dosages of various antiretroviral regimens, common drug-drug interactions, and associated renal toxicities.