Check out all of the coverage of the American Society of Nephrology’s 2015 Kidney Week in San Diego, California, by AJKD Blog’s Matt Sparks, Joel Topf, Edgar Lerma, Magdalena Madero, Swapnil Hiremath, Jane Schell, Isaac Stillman, and AJKD In a Few Words Feature Editor Dena Rifkin:
- #CSNInAmerica Debate: Does Tolvaptan slow the Progression of Polycystic Kidney Disease?
- Fish Oil and Aspirin in Vascular Access Outcomes in Renal Disease Trial
- SONG-HD Workshop
- Where Has All the Acid Gone?
- Scratch No More…
- Does Personality Training Improve Communication Skills of Nephrology Fellows?
- The Cation that Matters: Potassium in Hypertension
- A Tour of the Plenary Sessions
- Patient-Centered Care for the Elderly: From Palliative Care to Transplantation
- Not Just VEGF: Diabetes and the Endothelium
- Long-Term Efficacy and Safety of ZS-9 in the Treatment of Hyperkalemia
- CDC CKD Surveillance Mini-Summit Meeting
- Keeping Guidelines Alive
- Albuminuria as a Treatment Target in CKD: Reviewing the Current Guidelines in CKD
- Applying JNC8 and KDIGO Blood Pressure Recommendations in the CKD Population
- Pre-class on Women’s Renal Health Across the Decades
Also, check out AJKD Blog’s Matt Sparks’ tweets from Kidney Week.