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    Author: Carlos Guido Musso (Editor), Jose Ricardo Jauregui (Editor), Juan Florencio Macías-Núñez (Editor), Adrian Covic (Editor)
    Full Title: Clinical Nephrogeriatrics: An Evidence-Based Guide
    Publisher: Springer; 1st ed. 2019 edition (August 14, 2019)
    Year: 2019
    ISBN-13: 9783030187118 (978-3-030-18711-8), 9783030187101 (978-3-030-18710-1)
    ISBN-10: 303018711X, 3030187101
    Pages: 265
    Language: English
    Genre: Medicine: Internal Medicine
    File type: EPUB (True), PDF (True)
    Quality: 10/10
    Price: 128.39 €

    The increase in average life expectancy observed over recent decades has brought new challenges to nephrology practice. Several renal diseases are more frequent in elderly patients today, and even in healthy older individuals renal physiology has its own peculiarities. This leads to the need for a specific approach on renal aging and renal function in the elderly. However, despite the relevance of this topic, there are few books exclusively dedicated to geriatric nephrology.

    This book fills this gap by presenting a comprehensive overview of the differences between normal renal aging and chronic renal disease in the aged, and describes the particular aspects of nephropathy in the elderly, addressing it in a practical and clinically applicable fashion.

    Clinical Nephrogeriatrics bridges the gap between nephrology and geriatrics, discussing the most important issues concerning the relationship between these two medical specialties. This evidence-based resource, written by prominent specialists with extensive clinical experience, offers nephrologists, geriatricians, family physicians, and other medical professionals valuable practical guidelines and insights to enhance their clinical practice and provide optimal care.


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