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Nephrology Self-Assessment Program (NephSAP)

nephSAP: Volume 19


71 3.8MB In his recent review, "Future of Hypertension: The Need for Transformation," Victor Dzau, president of the National Academy of Medicine, emphasized the need for sweeping transformation in the ways we diagnose and treat hypertension so as to reduce the glo
NephSAP

nephSAP Volume 19, Number 1, May 2020

Hypertension

Suzanne Oparil, MD, Alice M. Sheridan, MD, and Martina M. McGrath, MBChB, FASN
AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™

In his recent review, "Future of Hypertension: The Need for Transformation," Victor Dzau, president of the National Academy of Medicine, emphasized the need for sweeping transformation in the ways we diagnose and treat hypertension so as to reduce the glo...




130 3.2MB This issue highlights new techniques and the ingenuity of individual investigators, and it emphasizes the growing awareness of the need for a broader and more inclusive study construct that crosses continents, socioeconomic strata, and ancestral roots tha
NephSAP

nephSAP Volume 19, Number 2, October 2020

Primary and Secondary Glomerular Diseases

Daniel C. Cattran, MD, Alice M. Sheridan, MD, Martina M. McGrath, MBChB, FASN
AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™

This issue highlights new techniques and the ingenuity of individual investigators, and it emphasizes the growing awareness of the need for a broader and more inclusive study construct that crosses continents, socioeconomic strata, and ancestral roots tha...




113 4.1MB During progressive chronic kidney disease (CKD) a cluster of abnormalities usually develops that is now recognized asmineral and bone disorders (MBD) (1). Although CKD-MBD is an integrated component of the uremic syndrome, in clinical practice it is usua
NephSAP

nephSAP Volume 19, Number 3, December 2020

Disorders of Divalent Ions, Renal Bone Disease and Nephrolithiasis

Marc G. Vervloet, MD, PhD, Alice M. Sheridan, MD, Martina M. McGrath, MBChB, FASN
AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™

During progressive chronic kidney disease (CKD) a cluster of abnormalities usually develops that is now recognized asmineral and bone disorders (MBD) (1). Although CKD-MBD is an integrated component of the uremic syndrome, in clinical practice it is usua...