Drug Prescribing In Renal Failure: Dosing Guidelines For Adults, Fifth Edition
ISBN-10: 1930513763 ISBN-13: 978-1930513761
Author: George Aronoff
Uremia affects every organ system and every aspect of drug disposition by the body. Because the kidney is the major regulator of the internal fluid environment, the physiologic changes associated with renal disease have pronounced effects on the pharmacology of many drugs. Containing information on over 450 drugs, the fifth edition of "Drug Prescribing in Renal Failure" is the most extensive collection of drug-dosing information ever published for patients with impaired renal function. Factors for determining drug dosage are given in easy-to-read tables. This edition contains additional recommendations for supplemental drug dosing during renal replacement therapies and an expanded section on antimicrobial agents that includes many new antiviral agents used in the treatment of HIV infection. "Drug Prescribing in Renal Failure" is a comprehensive guide to understanding the biochemical and physiologic effects of drugs in patients with renal disease.
Introduction To Renal Therapeutics
ISBN-10: 0853696888 ISBN-13: 978-0853696889
Authors: Caroline Ashley and Clare Morlidge
This work gives an introduction to all aspects of drug use in renal failure. "Introduction to Renal Therapeutics" is an introduction to all aspects of drug use in renal failure. Covering various diseases affecting the kidneys, each chapter discusses the disease process and treatment. It also addresses the role of the pharmacist in patient care. Case studies and questions and answers are included at the end of each chapter. Written by members of the UK Renal Pharmacy Group, this book will be of particular interest to anyone new to, or planning a career in, renal pharmacy. It will also be of interest to nonspecialists who deal with renal patients and to pharmacy students, and to any healthcare professional with an interest in renal medicine.
Renal Drug Handbook Third Edition (Written By The UK RPG)
ISBN-10 1846192986 ISBN-13 978-1846192982
Authors: Caroline Ashley and Aileen Currie
This handbook provides a highly practical, user-friendly method of ensuring that appropriate prescriptions are given to patients, whether they have normal renal function, renal impairment, transplants or are receiving renal replacement therapy. The authors give very helpful information on pharmacokinetics and common indications for the use of each drug described. This information is not available in any other single textbook. It is an invaluable resource for all healthcare professionals but particularly for those involved in the care of renal patients.
Understanding Kidney Diseases
ISBN-10: 303043026X ISBN-13: 978-3030430269
Author: Hugh C. Rayner, Mark E. Thomas, David V. Milford
This book combines the reference material of a nephrology textbook with the everyday relevance of a clinical handbook. This second edition develops and expands upon the success of the first. All the content has been updated and entirely new chapters on acid-base disorders and stone disease have been added.
Understanding Kidney Diseases includes over 60 real-life case studies and is illustrated with over 200 figures.
Readers can test their knowledge with a bank of multiple-choice questions and put it into practice by answering questions that patients frequently ask.
The book provides all that students, residents and fellows need in order to approach a patient with a kidney problem with confidence.
Advanced Renal Care
Author: Nicola Thomas
Individuals with renal disease require continuing support and care throughout their lives from renal nurses and other members of the inter-professional renal team. Advanced Renal Care is for all those who work in nephrology, dialysis and transplantation as it addresses current challenges in caring for those with renal failure, and examines recent trends and likely future developments. The book also explores key issues in staff recruitment and development. It goes beyond the basic texts on renal care by discussing topical issues such as anaemia management, care of older people on dialysis, diabetes and renal failure, infection control and sexual dysfunction in renal disease.
Handbook Of Dialysis
Author: John T Daugirdas
The thoroughly revised and updated Third Edition of this popular handbook provides practical and accessible information on all aspects of dialysis. The section on hemodialysis features expanded chapters on physiologic principles, acute hemodialysis, urea kinetic modeling, and vascular access, while the section on peritoneal dialysis has been extensively reworked by a new editor and now includes two new chapters. Clinical discussions include frequent references to the USA's National Kidney Foundation's Dialysis Outcomes Quality Initiative (DOQI) guidelines. Each chapter provides references to relevant websites.
Handbook Of Kidney Transplantation
Author: Gabriel M. Danovitch
Now in its updated Fourth Edition, this popular handbook is a practical guide for physicians and surgeons who manage kidney transplant patients and for nurses and other professionals on the transplant team. In concise, readable, well-illustrated chapters, the book outlines the major concerns surrounding renal transplantation and the most successful approaches to problems arising in short-term and long-term patient care. Chapters on surgery, histocompatibility, and the first two months post-transplant have also been thoroughly updated. FEATURES: Market-leading reference on kidney transplantation. Offers the latest on donor-specific tolerance, xenotransplantation, transplant immunosuppression, and chronic allograft failure User-friendly format Current references NEW TO THIS EDITION: Immunobiology and immunosuppression chapters have been completely rewritten to reflect recent advance.