Archive: June 16 – 30, 2012



ANNOUNCEMENTS

  1. NOD editors publish in ASN Kidney News

    The editors of Nephrology On-Demand are pleased to bring you our latest publication, courtesy of ASN Kidney News, titled The New World of Medical Tweeting

    [learn more in Press and Publications]

  2. Webicina endorses Nephrology On-Demand

    NOD is pleased to accept the endorsement of Webicina as a favorite clinical teaching site.

    [learn more in Press and Publications]

  3. The International Society of Nephrology (ISN) endorses Nephrology On-Demand

    NOD is pleased to accept the endorsement of the ISN as a key teaching resource for nephrology providers of all levels.

    [learn more in Press and Publications]

  4. 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. Fish Oil and Arteriovenous Graft Patency

    A review of a recent randomized trial to determine if supplemental fish oils can increase the lifespan of AVGs.
    [click here]

  2. Nutrition in CKD and ESRD

    A comprehensive evidence-based approach to the nutritional challenges seen in CKD and ESRD patients.
    [click here]
  3. 2012 National Kidney Foundation Meetings — Blogs

    The 2012 NKF Spring Clinical Meetings are now complete. If you missed the conference or would like to experience a refresher, we’ve provided a selection of blogs and tweets for your review.
    [click here]

  4. THAM in the management of metabolic acidosis

    A re-visit of the literature exploring the use of THAM in the treatment of metabolic acidosis [click here]
    [click here for a review of additional buffers used in metabolic acidoses
    [click here to test your knowledge of buffers used in metabolic acidoses]

  5. Introduction to Bio-Statistics

    A short introduction to biostatistics for the novice physician-researcher. Focus is on types of variables, concepts of normality, independence, and homogeneity, as well as the most commonly used statistical tools used to analyze each type of data.
    [click here]

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