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Cardiovascular disease, diabetes and chronic kidney disease: Australian facts: prevalence and incidence - AIHW - 19 November 2014

Cardiovascular disease, diabetes and chronic kidney disease: Australian facts: prevalence and incidence – AIHW – 19 November 2014

“Cardiovascular disease, diabetes and chronic kidney disease—Australian facts is a series of 5 reports by the National Centre for Monitoring Vascular Diseases at the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare that describe the combined burden of cardiovascular disease (including coronary heart disease and stroke), diabetes and chronic kidney disease. 74 more words

AIHW

Identifying transplant rejection

Acute rejection after kidney transplantation occurs in about 15%-20% of patients despite immunosuppressive therapy. Rejection is usually heralded by an increase in the patient’s serum creatinine (a marker of kidney function), and a kidney biopsy is then performed to confirm whether rejection is taking place. 289 more words

IAHCP

Identifying transplant rejection

Acute rejection after kidney transplantation occurs in about 15%-20% of patients despite immunosuppressive therapy. Rejection is usually heralded by an increase in the patient’s serum creatinine (a marker of kidney function), and a kidney biopsy is then performed to confirm whether rejection is taking place. 289 more words

Gaylord T. Hoffert MD

Identifying transplant rejection

Acute rejection after kidney transplantation occurs in about 15%-20% of patients despite immunosuppressive therapy. Rejection is usually heralded by an increase in the patient’s serum creatinine (a marker of kidney function), and a kidney biopsy is then performed to confirm whether rejection is taking place. 289 more words

Dr. Albert M. DeFabritus

Identifying transplant rejection

Acute rejection after kidney transplantation occurs in about 15%-20% of patients despite immunosuppressive therapy. Rejection is usually heralded by an increase in the patient’s serum creatinine (a marker of kidney function), and a kidney biopsy is then performed to confirm whether rejection is taking place. 289 more words

Dr. Mark A. Perazella

Identifying transplant rejection

Acute rejection after kidney transplantation occurs in about 15%-20% of patients despite immunosuppressive therapy. Rejection is usually heralded by an increase in the patient’s serum creatinine (a marker of kidney function), and a kidney biopsy is then performed to confirm whether rejection is taking place. 289 more words

DR. Mohammad Zahid

Identifying transplant rejection

Acute rejection after kidney transplantation occurs in about 15%-20% of patients despite immunosuppressive therapy. Rejection is usually heralded by an increase in the patient’s serum creatinine (a marker of kidney function), and a kidney biopsy is then performed to confirm whether rejection is taking place. 289 more words

Dr. Ronald W. Hamner