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nephrological

(ˌnɛfrəˈlɒdʒɪkəl)
adj
(Anatomy) of or relating to nephrology
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These alarming statistics highlighted the importance of good and effective nephrological care in the country, he said and added that in western countries, diabetes and hypertension account for over 2/3rd of the cases of chronic kidney disease (CKD).
At times, the complications of diabetes like neurological or nephrological conditions could be the reason for discovery of the condition.
Although the potential benefits of individualized self-management programs are widely recognized, resources in nephrological care remain scarce, and nephrologists are often in short supply even in developed countries (Jha et al.
Contract notice: Supply of sterile surgical, Gynecological, Nephrological, Surgical and sterile surgical instruments.
The documentary research aimed to identify information and nephrological data about national censuses regarding dialysis and renal transplantation.
Download 2017 Middle East Medical Assembly Discovers Conflict Medicine NNA - The Middle East Medical Assembly (MEMA) 2017, at the American University of Beirut (AUB) comes this year with a new direction holding the first global congress on conflict medicine, focusing on the management of conflict related injuries including but not limited to the pathological, psychological, nursing, nephrological, surgical, oncological, and social manifestations of war wounds.
Despite his strict regimen, he died relatively young because of a nephrological condition induced by diabetes leaving a void in my life.
Later, an association between nephropathie endemique and tumours of the kidney pelvis and ureter was recognized, so that the problem of BEN became not only nephrological, but also oncological.
2 Patients under nephrological care represent an important reference population, but knowledge about their characteristics is limited.
in this issue will be read by nephrological researchers and clinicians likewise with great interest.
com)-- Incontinence Devices are used in the treatment of urinary tract and nephrological disorders of patients such as Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), Kidney Stone, Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) and urinary incontinence of pelvic organ prolapse.
Is the loss of health related quality of life during renal replacement therapy lower in elderly patients than in younger patients Nephrological Dialysis Transplant.