Popular Nephrology Topics

Our fellows discuss some common and popular nephrology topics. More »

Renal Consults?

Have a patient in need a renal consult? Find out how to do the preliminary evaluation. Help us help your patients. More »

Suggested Reading

Read pivotal and landmark articles of Nephrology. Password Protected. More »

Patient Information

Here you can find links to patient information to some common renal issues including low sodium diet, avoiding high potassium foods, and disease information. More »

 

Acid Base Practice Questions…and Answers

Study in PBL want some more practice Acid/Base questions, so here you go. Practice Questions: Lagniappe Answers:Lagniappe-key   -Adrian Baudy

There’s A New Binder On the Block: FDA Approves Patiromer

BETHESDA, MD — The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new oral option for reversing hyperkalemia, patiromer. Patiromer is an oral suspension (Veltassa, Relypsa) that has just come out of the phase-2 AMETHYST-DN study, which  showed that

Quick & Dirty Dialysis How-To For New Fellows

Here is a quick powerpoint on how to write dialysis for the new fellows that are starting call this week by Dr. Fred Teran.

Monoclonal Gammopathy of Renal Significance (MGRS)

This is a quick powerpoint/google slide of a MGRS presentation I did on last week for grand rounds. It probably isn’t super effective without the audio so I may convert it to full out post once I get some time.

Nailed It! – Nail Abnormalities and CKD

After some discussion from the NEJM’s Image Challenge from several weeks ago. I decided to very quickly discuss the difference between Terry’s nails, Lidnsay’s nails, and Meurcke’s bands. The lunula (latin for “little moon”) is the hypopigmented semi-circle located at



Nice job!
You now have 30 beans.
Use them wisely, my friend.

Konami Easter Egg by Adrian3.com