Automated urine technology has become a popular choice for urinalysis microscopy. But findings from a new Cleveland Clinic-led study call its utility for diagnosing acute kidney injury into question.
A new training tool that uses immersive virtual reality to support renal physiology education appears to improve short-term learning among the medical students utilizing it.
Careful clinical decision-making leads to the diagnosis of a rare condition and avoids an invasive procedure, preserving the precious kidney.
A Cleveland Clinic nephrologist is leveraging a virtual reality platform to create a new learning experience for trainees.
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A new board game offers nephrology fellows a stress-free way of learning about outpatient dialysis care.
With sudden cardiac death an increasing risk as kidney disease progresses, CKD patients would seem to gain from implantable defibrillators. But a Cleveland Clinic analysis shows that the device’s mortality reductions don’t extend to patients in end-stage CKD.
A recent study has found that in patients with stage 3 to 4 chronic kidney disease, mortality levels are lowest when serum potassium levels are kept between 4 and 5 mmol/L.