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  • Toxicology Feature

    In this collaboration between UKidney and NephJC, we present a series of posts by the Nephrology Social Media Collective (NSMC) interns which summarize the EXTRIP guidance for common and important poisons

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  • ADPKD content channel

    The ADKPKD Channel organizes all UKidney content related to this disorder in one convenient spot. We are adding new material on a weekly basis and are featuring an Ask-the-Expert feature where you can pose questions to vasopressin expert, Dr. Daniel Bichet.

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  • Treating thrombosis in patients with CKD

    Cancer and renal dysfunction both increase the risk of venous thromboembolism (VTE). Anticoagulants are not all the same, and extra consideration is needed in patients with renal dysfunction. The speakers will present a case of CAT in a patient with moderate-severe renal dysfunction
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  • High impact nephrology articles

    Check out our growing library of key high-impact articles in nephrology, chosen by UKidney's contributors as suggested reading for nephrology trainees and practitioners.

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