The Handbook of Nephrology offers an analytical yet understandable overview of nephrology — with an emphasis on principles and pathophysiology. Written in a clear, outline format, this handbook provides learning strategies and content not found in other books.
This pocket-sized book offers medical students, interns, and residents a concise introduction to the field. Primary care physicians, internists, surgeons, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, and physician assistants will also find this book useful.
• Small enough to fit into a coat pocket
• A helpful teaching aid to nephrology fellows and faculty
• Includes tables of commonly used information — eliminating the need for memorization
• Patient cases at end of each chapter reinforce the concepts
Clear outline format to help save time and facilitate retention of material
Portable for access to the content anytime, anywhere
Includes tables of commonly used information eliminating the need for memorization
Problem-solving approach to aid in teaching concepts
Patient cases at end of each chapter reinforce the content