Evidence-Based Nephrology / Edition 1

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* Makes the best evidence for treatment readily and easily available to the clinician
• Covers management of all the major renal diseases
• Written by leading international nephrologists with a proper understanding of evidence-based medicine

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“Throughout, tables, diagrams,and other illustrations provide clinical and laboratory correlatesfor the different facets of nephrology. The book provides a uniqueand comprehensive review of commonly encountered topics encounteredby the nephrologist.” (JAMA, May2010)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781405139755
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 12/28/2008
  • Series: Evidence-Based Medicine Series , #23
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 864
  • Product dimensions: 8.90 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 2.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Donald Molony MD

Internal Medicine, Division of Renal Disease andHypertension and Center for Clinical Research and Evidence-basedMedicine, University of Texas-Houston Medical School,Houston, TX, USA

Jonathan C. Craig MD, PhD, FRACP

Department of Nephrology and Centre for Kidney Research, NHMRCCentre for Clinical Research Excellence in Renal Medicine, TheChildren’s Hospital at Westmead, and School of Public Health,University of Sydney, Australia

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Table of Contents


1 Epidemiology of chronic kidney disease.

William M. McClellan & Friedrich K. Port .

2 Chronic disease surveillance and chronic kidney disease.

Diane L. Frankenfield & Michael V. Rocco .

3 Risk factors for progression of chronic kidney disease.

Eberhard Ritz, Danilo Fliser & Marcin Adamczak.

4 Epidemiology and screening for chronic kidney disease.

Sylvia Paz B. Ramirez .

5 Prediction of risk and prognosis: decision support fordiagnosis and management of chronic kidney disease.

Benedicte Stengel, Marc Friossart & Jerome Rossert.


6 Definition, classification, and epidemiology of acute kidneyinjury.

Eric A. J. Hoste, Ramesh Venkatamaran, & John A.Kellum .

7 Pre-renal failure and obstructive diseases.

Kevin W. Finkel .

8 Hepatorenal syndrome.

Andrés Cárdenas & Pere Ginès.

9 Acute tubular necrosis.

Jay L. Koyner & Patrick T. Murray.

10 Radiocontrast nephropathy.

Brendan J. Barrett & Patrick S. Parfrey .

11 Miscellaneous etiologies of acute kidney injury.

Kamalanathan K. Sambandam & Anitha Vijayan .

12 Renal replacement therapy in acute kidney injury.

Steven D. Weisbord & Paul M. Palevsky .


13 Management of idiopathic nephrotic syndrome in adults:Minimal change disease and focal segmental glomerulosclerosis.

Alain Meyrier .

14 Membranous nephropathy.

Fernando C. Fervenza & Daniel C. Cattran .

15 IgA nephropathy in adults and children.

Jonathan Barratt, John Feehally & Ronald Hogg .

16 Membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis.

Richard J. Glassock .


Hypertensive renal disease.

17 Hypertension: classification and diagnosis.

Bernardo Rodriguez-Iturbe & Crispin Marin Villalobos.

18 Management of essential hypertension.

Eberhard Ritz, Danilo Fliser & Marcin Adamczak .

19 Management of hypertension in chronic kidney disease.

Aimun Ahmed, Fairol H. Ibrahim & Meguid El Nahas.

20 Diagnosis and management of renovascular disease.

Jörg Radermacher .

21 Diabetes mellitus.

Piero Ruggenenti & Giuseppe Remuzzi .

22 Lupus nephritis.

Arrigo Schieppati, Erica Daina & Giuseppe Remuzzi.

23 Infection-related nephropathies.

Monique E. Cho & Jeffrey B. Kopp .

24 Hepatitis B virus.

M. Aamire Ali, Scott D. Cohen & Paul L. Kimmel .

25 Infection-related nephropathies: Hepatitis C virus.

Dirk R. J. Kuypers .

26 Polyomavirus-associated nephropathy.

Fabrizio Gievri & Hans H. Hirsch.

Toxic nephropathies.

27 Toxic nephropathies: Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatorydrugs.

Wai Y. Tse & Dwomoa Adu.

28 Toxic nephropathies: Environmental agents and metals.

Richard P. Wedeen .

29 The kidney in pregnancy.

Phyllis August & Tiina Podymow .


30 Progression of chronic kidney disease: diagnosis andmanagement.

Anil K. Agarwal, Nabil Haddad & Lee A. Hebert .

31 Treatment of anemia in chronic kidney disease, stage 3-5.

Robert N. Foley .

32 Dyslipidemia in chronic kidney disease.

Vera Krane & Christoph Wanner .

33 Chronic kidney disease and hypertension.

Sangeetha Satyan & Rajiv Agarwal .

34 Recognition and management of mineral and bone disorder ofchronic kidney disease and end-stage renal disease.

Donald A. Maloney.

35 Preparation for dialysis.

Mark G. Parker & Jonathan Himmelfarb .


36 When to start dialysis and whether the first treatment shouldbe an extracorporeal therapy or peritoneal dialysis.

Raymond T. Krediet .

37 Modalities of extracorporeal therapy: hemodialysis,hemofiltration and hemodiafiltration.

Kannaiyan S. Rabindranath & Norman Muirhead .

38 Dialysis delivery and adequacy.

Peter Kotanko, Nathan W. Levin & Frank Gotch .

39 General management of the hemodialysis patient.

Robert Mactier & David C. Wheeler .

40 Infections in hemodialysis.

Behdad Afzali & David J.A Goldsmith .

41 Non-access-related nosocomial infections in hemodialysis.

Brett W. Stephens & Donald A. Molony .

42 Vascular access for hemodialysis.

Kevan R. Polkinghorne .


43 Selection of peritoneal dialysis as renal replacementtherapy.

Norbert Lameire, Raymond Vanholder & Wim Van Biesen.

44 Small solute clearances in peritoneal dialysis as renalreplacement therapy.

Sharon J. Nessim & Joanne M. Bargman .

45 Salt and water balance in peritoneal dialysis.

Cheuk-Chun Szeto & Philip Kam-Tao Li .

46 Impact of peritoneal dialysis solutions on outcomes.

David W. Johnson & John D. Williams .

47 Prevention and treatment of peritoneal dialysis-relatedinfections.

Giovanni F. M. Strippoli, Kathryn J. Wiggins, David W.Johnson, Sankar Navaneethan, Giovanni Cancarini & Jonathan C.Craig .



48 Evaluation and selection of the kidney transplantcandidate.

Bryce Kiberd .

49 Evaluation and selection of the living kidney donor.

Connie L. Davis .

50 Predictors of transplant outcomes.

Krista L. Lentine, Robert M. Perkins & Kevin C.Abbott .

51 The early course: induction, delayed function, andrejection.

Paul A. Keown .

52 Maintenance immunosuppression therapy.

Yves Vanrenterghem .

53 Chronic allograft nephropathy.

Bengt C. Fellström, Alan Jardine & HallvardHoldaas .


54 Overview of electrolyte and acid-base disorders.

L. Lee Hamm & Michael Haderlie .

55 Hyponatremia.

Chukwuma Eze & Eric E. Simon .

56 Potassium disorders.

John R. Foringer, Christopher Norris & Kevin W.Finkel .

57 Metabolic evaluation and prevention of renal stonedisease.

David S. Goldfarb .


Themes across renal disease and renal failure.

58 Growth, nutrition, and pubertal development.

Lesley Rees.

59 Hypertension, cardiovascular disease, and lipid abnormalitiesin children with chronic kidney failure.

Elke Wühl & Franz Schaefer .

60 Bones across kidney disease and kidney failure.

Mary B. Leonard .

61 Anemia.

Susan Furth & Sandra Amaral .

Management of renal failure/transplants.

62 Renal transplantation.

Pierre Cochat & Justine Bacchetta .

63 Peritoneal dialysis in children.

Jaap W. Groothoff & Maruschka P. Merkus .

64 Pediatric hemodialysis.

Stuart L. Goldstein.

Specific pediatric renal disease.

65 Urinary tract infection, vesicoureteric reflux and urinaryincontinence.

Gabrielle Williams, Premala Sureshkumar, Patrina Caldwell& Jonathan C. Craig.

66 Epidemiology and general management of childhood idiopathicnephrotic syndrome.

Nicholas J. A. Webb .

67 Management of steroid-sensitive nephrotic syndrome.

Elisabeth M. Hodson, Jonathan C. Craig & Narelle S.Willis.

68 Steroid-resistant nephrotic syndrome.

Annabelle Chua & Peter Yorgin.

Other pediatric renal diseases .

69 Henoch-Schonlein nephritis and membranoproliferativeglomerulonephristis.

Sharon Phillips Andreoli .

70 Cystinosis.

William C. van't Hoff

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