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Pediatric Dialysis

Warady, Bradley A, Schaefer, Franz, Alexander, Steven R. (Eds.)

2nd ed. 2012, XIX, 807 p. 150 illus., 81 illus. in color.

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From the reviews of the second edition:

“It covers all major clinical aspects of pediatric renal replacement therapies. The accessible structure of the book enables readers to review the basics as well as the complexities in a thorough and organized fashion. … this is a great resource for clinicians at all levels. … All chapters start with key words, use a similar structure with easy-to-read paragraphs and numerous and well-integrated figures and tables, and are well referenced with up-to-date as well as key publications.” (Stefan G. Kiessling, Doody’s Review Service, August, 2012)

“The chapters are laid out in a logical fashion, starting with an interesting history of dialysis in children. This is interesting not only from a historical point of view, but in reviewing how we got to where we are and how the successes and mistakes can guide us forward. … an even more useful resource for renal nurses. The subject matter is up-to-date, relevant and clearly presented. … this book should be a part of all renal unit libraries, whether paediatric or adult.” (Journal of Renal Nursing, Vol. 4 (4), July, 2012)

 

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