Archive: April 6 – 16, 2012


ANNOUNCEMENTS

  1. Nephrology On-Demand publishes YouTube data

    The editors of NOD have published the latest data surrounding the NOD YouTube channel. Established in February 2010, the channel has accumulated over 50,000 views from 162 nations with a like:dislike ratio of 14:1! [click here]

  2. Nephrology On-Demand will be blogging from the 2012 NKF Spring Clinical Meetings

    It’s that time again! Nephrology On-Demand will bring you blog highlights from the 2012 National Kidney Foundation’s Spring Clinical Meetings. This will be our 3rd consecutive blog from this scientific meeting. Catch up on the 2010 and 2011 blogs while we await the start of 2012 SCMs.

  3. Nephrology On-Demand has a new URL

    In keeping with our mission of bringing you quality teaching material, free of charge/advertisements/sponsorships/funding, we announce our new URL

    http://www.mynod.org

    While you can still reach us through our original URL, www.mynod.org emphasizes our mission to serve your educational needs.

TEACHING RESOURCES

  1. Post-transplant antibodies as a marker for rejection

    An analysis of the utility of using post-transplant antibodies to screen for allograft rejection.
    [click here]

  2. Lupus Nephritis and ANCA-associated vasculitides: New Therapies

    An in-depth analysis of two common and overlapping conditions, with special emphasis on new therapies.
    [click here]

  3. Mycophenolate versus Azathioprine for maintenance in Lupus Nephritis: The ALMS Maintenance Trial

    A look at MMF versus AZA for the maintenance of lupus nephritis; the follow-up study to the ALMS I Trial
    [
    click here]

  4. Role of non-Nephrology physicians in the care of patients with advanced renal failure

    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.
    [click here]

WEBSITE UPDATES

  1. NOD now on Pinterest

    Nephrology On-Demand is now on Pinterest. Follow our pins, repin, or add your own pins. All NOD content is now “pinnable” on Pinterest.
    [Follow NOD on Pinterest]

  2. eNotes now available

    eNotes allow you to jot down whatever comes to mind when viewing any teaching resource on Nephrology On-Demand. Your notes are private, accessible from anywhere, and free forever! Try eNotes now by clicking on the red e at the bottom of your screen.
    (available on the desktop version only)

SPECIAL

  1. CRRT and the risk of chronic dialysis

    New question about the risk of developing end-stage renal disease after being exposed to continuous renal replacement therapy.
    [click here]

  2. NOD Calendars now updated

    [click here]

  3. International CRRT Meeting

    Key points from the 2012 International CRRT Meeting are now available
    [click here]


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