Cleveland Clinic announces new Department Chair of Nephrology, Crystal Gadegbeku, MD.
Contrast-induced acute kidney injury (CI-AKI) is one of the most feared adverse effects of iodinated contrast media for computed tomography (CT). Cleveland Clinic nephrologists present data around CI-AKI and discuss recent practice guidelines.
A study of kidney transplant recipients reveals insights into clinical conditions that can evolve over the long term and offers a comparison to transplant outcomes today.
Connect with our staff and fellows as we participate and present in the following sessions at the 2019 American Society of Nephrology (ASN) Annual Meeting.
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Connect with our staff in the following sessions at the 2018 ASN Annual Meeting.
Much has improved in renal transplantation over the past 20 years, helping patients directly and by extending the life of their transplanted organs.
Progress in kidney transplantation has improved survival, and created challenges. The pool of eligible patients is increasing, but organ supply still remains inadequate. Here are some of the issues.
Why does kidney disease disproportionately affect minorities? What is the connection between renal disease, diabetes and hypertension? These are some of the issues Cleveland Clinic renal disease researchers are pursuing.
Instead of one in three U.S. adults having hypertension, nearly one in two will now be classified as having hypertension. Accurate measurements in and out of the office are key. Lifestyle changes are getting major emphasis.
Connect with our staff in the following sessions at the 2017 ASN Annual Meeting.