An excellent review of the role of the non-nephrologist in preparing patients for dialysis and transplantation, with special attention to the measurement of renal function impairment, methods to delay progression of renal failure, a review of the stages of chronic kidney disease, and stage-specific challenges for the physician.

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Estimated Time to View: 40-50 minutes
Title: Role of non-Nephrology physicians in the care of patients with advanced renal failure
Author: J. Michael Lazarus, MD
Author Type: Faculty
Citation: Nephrology On-Demand 2012, Volume 3, Number 7
Disclaimers: Fresenius Medical Care North America
Resource Type: Video
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