Blog

The Planet 1 and 2 studies are not widely publicized. However, they do provide some eye-opening information. According to these studies, in patients with diabetes and intact renal function, there was a significant decline in renal function and failu...
  1.   Sunday, 23 January 2011
  2.   General nephrology
  3. 0 Comments
The SHARP study was reported at the American Society of Nephrology Meeting in Denver on November 20th, 2010. The results are positive. This is excellent news indeed when previous lipid trials in patients with renal failure were a disappointment. Her...
  1.   Saturday, 20 November 2010
  2.   General nephrology
  3. 0 Comments
As nephrologists with a significant interest in mineral metabolism practicing in Ontario, we are writing to inform you about a class review of all phosphate binders in end-stage renal disease that has been initiated by the Ontario Public Drug Prog...
  1.   Saturday, 13 November 2010
  2.   General nephrology
  3. 0 Comments
It is prevailing wisdom that patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) progress more slowly if their blood pressure is well controlled. In fact, most modern guidelines suggest that for patients with CKD, a blood pressure of 130/80 should not be ex...
  1.   Monday, 13 September 2010
  2.   Hypertension
  3. 0 Comments
Any news on promising treatments for Lupus is always welcome. Indeed, it has been years since any new therapies have provided much new hope for a disease which has very significant renal implications. Benlysta is an investigational human monoclonal ...
  1.   Saturday, 21 August 2010
  2.   General nephrology
  3. 0 Comments
Jordan Weinstein doesn't have any blog post yet.
Unable to load tooltip content.
ukidneyisup