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Supervised Nocturnal Dialysis Available for Lubbock Patients
Video and article from KSWO.com.
Advisory Opinion from HHS Office of the Inspector General (regarding a laboratory's proposal to provide services consisting of the labeling of test tubes and specimen collection containers at no cost to dialysis facilities)
7-page pdf.
Association Between Changes in CMS Reimbursement Policy and Drug Labels for Erythrocyte-Stimulating Agents With Outcomes for Older Patients Undergoing Hemodialysis Covered by Fee-for-Service Medicare
Abstract and editorial extract from JAMA Internal Medicine.
Outcomes for Hemodialysis Patients with Hepatitis C Infection
News release from the Dialysis Outcomes and Practice Patterns Study Program.
Hemodialysis: Intradialytic Meals: Addressing a Neglected Problem
Advance Online abstract from Nature Reviews Nephrology.
Intractable Intradialytic Hypotension with Ischemic Retinopathy
Free, full-text, Issue-in-Progress Letter to the Editor from Blood Purification.
Outcomes of Kidney Transplantation in Alport Syndrome Compared with Other Forms of Renal Disease
Free, Open Access, Latest Article from Renal Failure.
What Are We Doing? A Survey of United States Nephrology Fellowship Program Directors
CJASN Express abstract.
Free, Full-Text Articles from Medscape Nephrology (registration required, but free):
Treating Mild Hyperkalemia
Posting from the Precious Bodily Fluids blog.
GRADE Methods for Guideline Development: Time to Evolve?
Free, full-text, opinion piece from Annals of Internal Medicine.
Clinic Readings May Underestimate Blood Pressure during Daily Activities
Association Between 900 Steps a Day and Functional Decline in Older Hospitalized Patientsus
GOP’s ‘Repeal And Delay’ Strategy Threatens To Send Already-Teetering Market Into Chaos
News summary from Kaiser Health News.
Health Systems Lining up to Offer Telehealth Options
Article from Healthcare DIVE.
As Home Health Services Grow, Staffing Shortages Emerge, Experts Say
Article from Healthcare Finance.
Controlled Interventions to Reduce Burnout in Physicians: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
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