John T. Daugirdas, MD, FACP, FASN, et al.
776 plus appendices
Expiration Date: 12/31/2020
Please note that this course is designed for experienced nephrology nurses, especially those certified in this field.
Handbook of Dialysis is the go-to source for current data and recommendations on diagnosis and patient management of all aspects of dialysis therapy.
The practical and evidence-based content is authored by international dialysis experts who address a range of topics, including screening predialysis patients and preparing them for renal replacement therapy, how to do hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis, followed by chapters focusing on problem areas frequently encountered in dialysis patients. This book is ideal for nephrologists faced with the practical issues of providing dialysis care in both acute and chronic settings as well as for nephrology nurses who want a deeper understanding of dialysis procedures and the challenges often encountered in these often difficult to manage patients. The text summarizes new findings and treatment options that have come into use since the last edition.
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