Special Issue "The Changes in the Treatment of Kidney Disease over the Last 30 Years: How Will We Adapt?"
A special issue of Kidney and Dialysis (ISSN 2673-8236).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 December 2023 | Viewed by 127
Interests: glomerulonephritis; renal vasculitis; lupus nephritis; renal and renovascular hypertension; kidney amyloidosis; hereditary kidney disease; purification; hemodialysis; dialysis
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Recent decades have witnessed considerable advancement in the treatment of kidney disease and changes in the clinical management of patients receiving dialysis, with a significant impact on long-term clinical outcomes. However, the identification of the factors involved in this process is still not complete.
It is difficult to discuss the therapy of renal diseases, both present and future, without reviewing the history of the treatment. Scientific “knowledge” is a continuously evolving process, and recognizing how today's paradigms have been arrived at is critical to understanding how advances might be made in the future.
In this Special Issue, we will discuss the treatment of kidney disease twenty or thirty years ago and today, as well as the distinctions between them in terms of safety and outcome in various fields of nephrology.
Prof. Dr. Vladimir Tesar
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- treatment of kidney disease
- clinical management