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Renal care

Audit and re-audit of medication use in patients with impaired kidney function

To identify medications that were most likely to be prescribed at inappropriate doses in patients with CKD 3-5, and to implement methods to improve patient care in this area by sharing results with...

Gabapentinoids in renal impairment

Review the doses and identify patients that require a consultation to have their doses adjusted..

Treating post-renal transplant surgical site infection with combination therapy: a case study

A 61-year-old Azerbaijani woman was admitted to Imam Khomeini hospital in Urmia, in north west Iran. She had a kidney transplant on 5 October 2018. The patient had a history of end-stage renal disease...

Prescribing in patients with kidney disease

Diabetes accounts for nearly half of CKD diagnoses in the UK and over 10 000 people have end-stage kidney disease as a result of their diabetes (UK Renal Registry, 2018). An ageing population, coupled...

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