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#NephMadness 2017: NephMadness in Training

NephMadness is a great way to start a discussion about a host of nephrology concepts. We are encouraging residency and fellowship programs to make this a project for the whole program: every resident or fellow can submit their own bracket and then, as a group, submit a collective, program-wide bracket. 621 more words

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#NephMadness 2017: Nutrition Region

Submit your picks! | NephMadness 2017 | #NephMadness or #NutritionRegion

Selection Committee Member for the Nutrition Region:

Kamyar Kalantar-Zadeh

Dr. Kalantar-Zadeh, MPH, PhD, is Professor and Chief of Nephrology & Hypertension at UC Irvine.

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Test Your Knowledge: The Role of the Kidney in Disorders of Volume

A recent AJKD Core Curriculum by Danziger and Hoenig reviewed the role of the kidney in volume regulation. Test your knowledge on this important topic. 892 more words

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Trying to Reduce the Uncertainty Surrounding Phosphorus Binders 

I would wager that pound-for-pound, there is no drug with less solid outcome-based data than phosphorus binders. We are aware that phosphorus binders do an acceptable job of lowering the serum phosphorus in the face of kidney failure. 913 more words

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