Abstracts XX Congress of the Spanish Society of Nephrology Valladolid, Spain, October 1988

July 1989
Kidney International;Jul1989, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p142
Academic Journal
Presents abstracts of articles published in the July 1989 issue of "Kidney International." "Center Effect As a Major Factor in the Improvement of Results Achieved in Kidney Transplants," by M. Giménez, J. Sánchez, J. García, J. Panadero, L. Pallardó, J. L. Gorriz and J. M. Cruz; "Analytic Changes in Patients Changing Between Hemodialysis and CAPD," by M. Giménez, P. Sánchez, J. Alvariño, L. Martín, J. L. Gorriz and J. M. Cruz; "Captopril in Slight and Mild Hypertension of the Elderly," by C. Santiago, P. Zaragoza, V. Castro, F. Rivera and J. Olivares.


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