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  • n. Plural form of nephrologist.

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Examples

  • Our multidisciplinary team - including nephrologists, clinical nurse specialists, social workers and a nutritionist - provides comprehensive medical consultations and evaluations for children with renal diseases, electrolyte disorders and hypertension.

    Nephrology

  • Kidney Transplant: Children's Hospital's Kidney Transplant team — which includes transplant surgeons, nephrologists, urologists, social workers, transplant coordinators and more — performs kidney transplantation from living-related, living-unrelated and cadaveric (deceased) donors.

    Pediatric surgery services: ECMO, transplant

  • Opportunities exist with several scientist-nephrologists at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania or clinical research at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

    Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship Program

  • In efforts to make donating a kidney safer, nephrologists are increasingly adopting new procedures such as laparoscopy, an alternative to open kidney surgery.

    New Finding for Organ Donors

  • When the kidneys stop, the outpatient dialysis nephrologists take over.

    After the Diagnosis

  • In my mind, I was already compiling a list of nephrologists from all the states between Massachusetts and Florida.

    After the Diagnosis

  • The Clinic Staff includes 3 Internists, 2 nephrologists, and 2 family physicians, as well as bariatric technicians, cardiovascular technicians, clinic research staff, a dietitian, behavioural therapists, kinesiologist, and administrators.

    Dr. Sharma’s Obesity Notes » Blog Archive » Public Bariatric Speciality Clinic in Ontario

  • I could tell you all about our medical staff, which includes 20 geriatricians, as well as cardiologists, nephrologists, endocrinologists, nutritionists, psychiatrists, gynecologists, and pain specialists.

    Martha Stewart: My Mother's Legacy

  • While there are no reliable data on the number of cases, pediatric urologists and nephrologists across the country say they are seeing a steep rise in young patients.

    Ouch, that hurts: A rise in pediatric kidney stones is NOT connected with an increase in infant vaccines...or is it?

  • But most nephrologists, and the National Academy of Sciences, say that thirst alone is a perfectly sufficient guide to how much you need.

    Studies Lead You to Water,

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