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Greater sodium excretion linked to elevated BP in African Americans with CKD

Greater sodium excretion linked to elevated BP in African Americans with CKD
January 6, 2020
In the Journals

Kidney donors at higher risk for hypertension which may halt post-donation eGFR rise

September 20, 2019
Researchers of a recently published study found kidney donors had a greater risk for hypertension than non-donors. In addition, those who developed hypertension…
Meeting News

AMBER: Patiromer enables persistent spironolactone treatment in patients with hypertension, CKD

September 16, 2019
PHILADELPHIA — Concomitant use of the potassium binder patiromer enabled more patients with resistant hypertension and advanced chronic kidney disease to continue…
In the Journals

Women who develop preeclampsia are at five-times greater risk for ESKD

August 1, 2019
Women who had no major comorbidities before their first pregnancy but who developed preeclampsia had a five-fold increased risk for end-stage kidney disease, according…
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Case Report

Lithium and Lisinopril Interaction, Lithium Toxicities, and Relative Preservation of Renal Function in a Patient with Bipolar Disorder

Psychiatric Annals, October 2019, Volume 49 Issue 10
The patient was a 53-year-old man diagnosed with bipolar disorder at age 18 years who had experienced multiple manic…
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