End-Stage Renal Disease




Decline in Diabetes-Related Renal Disease Comes With Caveat
From 1996 to 2007, the rate of end-stage renal disease (ESRD) in persons with diabetes decreased 35% nationwide, according to the CDC. More »
Who's on duty at the "end" in ESRD?
In general, nephrologists don't seem to focus much on the quality of ESRD patients' life outside the dialysis clinic or on their wishes about treatment. That's still up to primary care, until someone... More »
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The Future of Inhaled Insulin Therapy
Diabetes is a destructive disease that kills thousands each year in the United States and disables thousands more, and its incidence has been rising dramatically. Glycemic control is imperative to... More »
ESRD Risk High Among HIV-positive Blacks
SAN FRANCISCO -- HIV-positive African-Americans have a six-fold higher risk for end-stage renal disease than whites with HIV, investigators here reported. More »
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How efficient practice managers keep clinics running smoothly.
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Aubrey Westgate,  January 22, 2014
Here are nine questions that can help reveal if becoming acquired by a larger system is the right move for you and your practice.
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Ike Devji, JD,  January 21, 2014
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It's time to take patient collections out of physicians' practices to truly have patients make responsible choices about their healthcare dollars.
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Raquel Baldelomar, January 17, 2014
An Arizona-based OB/GYN medical group found Facebook to be the most efficient and effective way to reach women and educate them on their new practice.


Confirmed: Long-term Steroids Up Mortality Risk in Severe COPD
April 16, 2014

New recommendations focus on reducing the risks of corticosteroids in respiratory disease, both for COPD and asthma.

Large Study Confirms White Matter Abnormalities in Bipolar Disorder
April 14, 2014

A large international study finds distinct differences in white matter in the brains of patients with bipolar disorder, confirming many smaller but less conclusive studies.

Tools to Forecast Radiation Pneumonitis
April 10, 2014

A biomarker and five clinical factors help to predict which patients with nonsmall-cell lung cancer are at high risk for lung inflammation after radiotherapy.

Dual Diagnosis of Illegal Drug and Mood Disorders Needs Integrated Treatment
April 9, 2014

Surveys reveal that only half of US mental health centers offer treatment programs for people who have both illegal drug disorders and mental health problems.

Blood Pressure Differs in Acute Hemorrhagic Versus Ischemic Stroke
April 8, 2014

Blood pressure changes, and management, are different in hemorrhagic stroke. A new analysis suggests prognostic signals in blood pressure variability, and clues to management, in hemorrhagic stroke.