TITLE

The Top 10 Things Nephrologists Wish Every Primary Care Physician Knew

AUTHOR(S)
Paige, Neil M.; Nagami, Glenn T.
PUB. DATE
February 2009
SOURCE
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Feb2009, Vol. 84 Issue 2, p180
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Renal disease is commonly encountered by primary care physicians during their day-to-day visits with patients. Common renal disorders include hypertension, proteinuria, kidney stones, and chronic kidney disease. Despite their prevalence, many physicians may be unfamiliar with the diagnosis and initial treatment of these common renal disorders. Early recognition and intervention are important In slowing the progression of chronic kidney disease and preventing its complications. The evidence-based pearls in this article will help primary care physicians avoid common pitfalls in the recognition and treatment of such disorders and guide their decision to refer their patients to a specialist.
ACCESSION #
36487125

 

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