Archive: September 16 – 30, 2012


  1. Nephrology On-Demand surpasses 400 followers on Twitter

    Many thanks to all of you who follow Nephrology On-Demand on Twitter. We have just surpassed 400 followers; a tremendous feat for a nephrology-centered website!

    Stay tuned to @nephondemand for more educational tweets about kidney disease.
    If you’d like to follow us on Twitter, please visit our quick instruction page [click here]

  2. Nephrology On-Demand will be blogging from Kidney Week 2012

    Team NOD will be blogging from this year’s American Society of Nephrology Annual Meeting (Kidney Week 2012). Follow us on Twitter or here to read highlights and in-depth blogs from key sessions at this year’s meeting.

    And if you’re interested in blogging yourself, contact us for more information on how you can participate. [contact us]

  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

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



  1. Sirolimus and Secondary Prevention of Skin Cancer in Kidney Transplant Patients

    A review of a recent randomized clinical trial looking at the lower incidence of skin cancer in kidney transplant patients using sirolimus.
    [click here]

  2. Health Care Transition in Chronic Kidney Disease and Transplantation

    An excellent review of the literature regarding the complex nature of health care transition from the pediatric to adult nephrology medical environment
    [click here]

  3. Teaching Records of the East Carolina University Department of Internal Medicine: Cerebral Salt Wasting

    New, fully referenced transcript of the August 1, 2012 case on cerebral salt wasting.

    [cerebral salt wasting Teaching Record]
    [additional Teaching Records]
    [ask a question]

  4. Simultaneous Liver-Kidney Transplantation

    A thorough review of the latest literature to help guide the nephrologist in determining the need for dual liver-kidney transplantation.

    [click here]


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