Handbook of Nephrology

handbook of nephrologyBy

  • David Leehey Professor of Medicine, Loyola University of Chicago Medical Center, Maywood, Illinois
  • Irfan Moinuddin MD Assistant Professor of Medicine, Southern Illinois University, Springfield, Illinois

The Handbook of Nephrology offers an analytical yet understandable overview of nephrology — with an emphasis on principles and pathophysiology. Written in a clear, outline format, this handbook provides learning strategies and content not found in other books.

This pocket-sized book offers medical students, interns, and residents a concise introduction to the field. Primary care physicians, internists, surgeons, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, and physician assistants will also find this book useful.

FEATURES

• Small enough to fit into a coat pocket

• A helpful teaching aid to nephrology fellows and faculty

• Includes tables of commonly used information — eliminating the need for memorization

• Patient cases at end of each chapter reinforce the concepts

  • Clear outline format to help save time and facilitate retention of material
  • Portable for access to the content anytime, anywhere
  •  Includes tables of commonly used information eliminating the need for memorization
  • Problem-solving approach to aid in teaching concepts
  • Patient cases at end of each chapter reinforce the content

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