Renal Interventions 2 – US

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The second edition of Renal Interventions homes in on multiple key issues currently rousing the kidney disease management community, including:
  • The promise offered by recent xenotransplantation procedures in tackling global donor organ shortages
  • An in-depth look at the evolving role arteriovenous grafts (AVGs) play in vascular access for dialysis—and how new devices could impact this state of affairs
  • Discussions on how best to implement the GIRFT (Getting It Right First Time) report on renal medicine into UK clinical practice
  • PROFILE: Charmaine Lok (Toronto, Canada) discusses her career in nephrology, exciting research in the field, and pressing unmet needs facing kidney patients
  • INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY: Vinson Wai-Shun Chan and Tze Min Wah (Leeds, UK) outline “shifting paradigms” in diagnosing and treating small renal masses
  • DIALYSIS: Karl Illig and Eric Peden (Houston, USA) go head-to-head on whether dedicated vascular access centres or comprehensive healthcare systems are the best way to manage haemodialysis patients onsite

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