Best Nephrology Books
Here you will get Best Nephrology Books For you.This is an up-to-date list of recommended books.
1. Renal Diet Cookbook: The Low Sodium, Low Potassium, Healthy Kidney Cookbook
Author: by Susan Zogheib
Published at: Rockridge Press; 1st edition (November 17, 2015)
Better eating for healthier kidneys the renal diet cookbook and meal plan. While a kidney disease diagnosis can be overwhelming, you’re not alone. Nearly 26 million adults are affected by chronic kidney disease, but there is hope: your diet. In the Renal Diet Cookbook, renal dietician Susan Zogheib, MHS, RD, LDN provides a 28-day plan to establish long-term dietary changes to slow the progression of kidney disease.
She knows it can be confusing to figure out which foods to eat and which to avoid. In her comprehensive renal diet cookbook, she details weekly meal plans featuring recipes that keep your potassium, sodium, and phosphorous levels in check.
The Renal Diet Cookbook removes the mystery and stress of figuring out what foods to eat, with:Targeted weekly meal plans to preserve your kidney healthRecipe modifications for dialysis patientsHelpful FAQs about managing chronic kidney diseaseRecipes in the Renal Diet Cookbook include: Strawberry Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast, Baba Ganoush, Roasted Beef Stew, Baked Mac and Cheese, Herb Pesto Tuna, Persian Chicken, Honey Bread Pudding, and much more!
2. Renal Diet Cookbook for the Newly Diagnosed: The Complete Guide to Managing Kidney Disease and Avoiding Dialysis
Author: by Susan Zogheib MHS RD LDN
Your new kidney-friendly diet made easy with meal plans and flavorful recipes When you’ve just been diagnosed with stage 1-4 chronic kidney disease, learning to follow diet restrictions can be a challenge. But your meals don’t have to be complicated or boring to support your health and slow the disease’s progression.
Keep it simple and flavorful with the Renal Diet Cookbook for the Newly Diagnosed. This practical cookbook equips you with essential info, 4 weekly meal plans, and 100 easy, kidney-healthy recipes to kick-start your renal diet. Find out how kidney disease works, and learn how diet plays a key role in keeping you healthy and avoiding dialysis.
Explore at-a-glance food charts to help you regulate nutrients like sodium, potassium, phosphorus, and protein. All of the book’s recipes include nutrition facts, and many can be made in 30 minutes or lessaccommodating your busy schedule and helping keep your kidney-friendly diet stress-free.
The Renal Diet Cookbook for the Newly Diagnosed includes:100+ Satisfying recipesEnjoy Buckwheat Pancakes, Creamy Broccoli Soup, Lemon Garlic Halibut, Meatloaf with Mushroom Gravy, Strawberry Pie, and much more. 4 Weekly meal plansGet started with four weeks of daily menus, complete with shopping lists, snack suggestions, and nutrition facts for every recipe.
3. Stopping Kidney Disease: A science based treatment plan to use your doctor, drugs, diet and exercise to slow or stop the progression of incurable kidney disease (Stopping Kidney Disease(tm)
Author: by Lee Hull
Start slowing kidney disease progression today by getting educated on the factors that speed up or slow down kidney disease progression. Stopping Kidney Disease is the most comprehensive guide to understanding how your kidneys work and how to make your remaining kidney function last as long as possible.
Get measurable results in 90 days. Stopping Kidney Disease contains research on all stages of kidney disease newly diagnosed, stage three, four, five, dialysis and transplant. Stopping Kidney Disease includes over 500 pages with hundreds of Nephrology medical studies cited to give patients a modern evidence based approach to ensuring their kidneys last as long as possible.
You will learn:Why patient education is always the biggest factor in your successHow to reduce the workload on your kidneys in 90 days or lessPositive steps to slow disease progressionTo eliminate factors that increase disease progressionLive longer and better with the most up to date treatmentsResearch on low or very low protein diets including keto analogs and Albutrix Also includes research on kidney diets, renal diets and ckd dietsThe author has been a kidney patient for over 20 years and successfully stopped kidney disease progression after steroids and immune suppressing drugs failed using the same research in Stopping Kidney Disease.
4. Stopping Kidney Disease Food Guide: A recipe, nutrition and meal planning guide to treat the factors driving the progression of incurable kidney disease (Stopping Kidney Disease(tm))
Author: by Lee Hull
This renal and kidney diet guide is for kidney or renal patients who want to try to slow or stop the progression of incurable kidney disease. The chronic kidney disease diet and CKD recipes and eating plan in this book are based on the research in Stopping Kidney Disease, the highest rated book on kidney disease which has benefited hundreds of patients.It’s simple.
We as patients want our kidneys to last as long as possible, and we want to live longer and better lives. We want a cure, but if we can’t get a cure we want to slow the kidney disease progression to a snail’s pace.
That’s what we want and deserve. The problem is today’s kidney diets have nothing in common with our real goals. Traditional and other current kidney diets focus on treating just three conditions as we all know: sodium, phosphorus, and potassium.
However, most of us have many more comorbid conditions made worse by traditional kidney diets. We need to try and treat, cure or manage as many conditions as possible, not just three. You would never know you need treat other conditions or have other dietary options unless you get educated.
5. Handbook of Dialysis
Author: by John T. Daugirdas MD
The updated 5th edition of the Handbook of Dialysis is full of evidence-based, practical information on all aspects of dialysis training and therapy. Authored by international nephrology experts, each chapter addresses a different area of the clinical realities of patient management.
Topics include screening, diagnosis and management of dialysis patients, including diagnostic work-ups, patient safety, and patient monitoring issues in acute dialysis and hemodialysis cases. This is the essential dialysis manual, filled with up-to-date dialysis information, including preparation, procedures, surgery, problems and side-effects.
Features:”NEW expanded coverage of vascular access placement and managementNEW discussion of urgent start peritoneal dialysisNEW chapter on practical implementation of sorbent dialysisNEW updated section on home and intensive hemodialysis therapiesCoverage of topics including: peritoneal dialysis, acute dialysis, hemodiafiltration, home and intensive dialysis, blood-based therapies, the physiology of peritoneal dialysis, diabetes, hypertension, optimal management of anemia, infections, nutrition, mineral bone disorder, and much more!
6. Acid-Base, Fluids, and Electrolytes Made Ridiculously Simple
Author: by Richard Preston
A brief, highly readable book providing the clinician with a straightforward approach to solving even the most complex acid-base, fluids, and electrolyte problems. Begins with the basic physiology that is key to understanding clinical water, electrolyte, and acid-base disorders. Useful for medical students, interns and residents, nurses responsible for IV fluid therapy, physician assistants, and first year nephrology fellows.
Numerous case examples.
7. Handbook of Critical Care Nephrology
Author: by Jay L. Koyner
Designed specifically for nephrologists and trainees practicing in the ICU, Handbook of Critical Care Nephrology is a portable critical care reference with a unique and practical nephrology focus. Full-color illustrations, numerous algorithms, and intuitively arranged contents make this manual a must-have resource for nephrology in today’s ICU.
Covers all essential topics related to nephrology in the ICU, including ICU monitoring, drugs and blood products, imaging, acute kidney injury, electrolytes and acid-base disorders, poisonings and intoxications, extracorporeal therapies, organ transplantation, and ethics and palliative care. Provides valuable information on specific conditions including sepsis, obstetrics, abdominal compartment syndrome, AKI in burns and trauma, gastrointestinal bleeding, neurological emergencies, environmental topics such as hemorrhagic fever and terrorism, hematologic/oncologic emergencies, and more.
Includes easy-to-understand visual abstracts of key studies. Enrich Your Ebook Reading Experience Read directly on your preferred device(s), such as computer, tablet, or smartphone. Easily convert to audiobook, powering your content with natural language text-to-speech.
8. Low Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook: Over 100 Heart Healthy Recipes that Prep Fast and Cook Slow
Author: by Shannon Epstein
The Low-Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook puts flavor back into your slow cooker with tasty, heart-healthy recipes. From Cheese Grits to Turkey Chili to Mongolian Beefyou can use the convenience of your slow cooker to spice up your low-sodium diet. The Low-Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook makes it easy to enjoy time-saving meals that are high on flavor but low in sodium.
With 100 recipes that require only 30 minutes or less to prep, The Low-Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook is your best reference to prep, set, and forget about bland recipes on a low-sodium diet. This low-sodium cookbook will keep your taste-buds and your heart happy with:Less Salt, and More Flavorful Recipes that use salt-free alternatives to keep the taste of your favorite familiar recipes, plus a guide on how to create your own seasoningsFast Prep that requires no additional steps and takes only 30 minutes or less to prepare for your slow cookerOver 100 Low-Sodium Cookbook Recipes accompanied by a sodium scale to help you manage how much sodium you consume on a daily basisLose salt, not flavor with convenient slow cooker recipes from this low-sodium cookbook.
9. National Kidney Foundation Primer on Kidney Diseases
Author: by Scott F. Gilbert
Ideal for residency, fellowship, clinical practice, and board review, the National Kidney Foundation’s Primer on Kidney Diseases, 7th Edition, by Drs.Scott J. Gilbert and Daniel E. Weiner, offers comprehensive coverage of adult and pediatric kidney diseases in an authoritative, practical resource.
Well organized and highly readable, it covers every relevant topic in the field, from anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology, to diagnosis and management of kidney disease, to fluid and electrolyte disorders, hypertension, dialysis, and renal transplantation. Trusted by nephrologists at all levels of experience for nearly 25 years, this powerful learning tool and clinical reference is a joint publication of Elsevier and the National Kidney Foundation.
Thoroughly covers hot topics in this fast-changing field, including ongoing clinical research and changing treatment protocols. A new chapter on inherited kidney diseases, with a specific focus on APOL1 and the implications of APOL1 carrier status for kidney disease in African-Americans.
10. Pocket Nephrology (Pocket Notebook Series)
Author: by Wooin Ahn MD
Pocket Nephrology is a practical, high-yield reference offering current, evidence-based practices and expert guidance from physicians at the world-renowned Columbia University Medical Center. Featuring an easy-to-use loose-leaf format, it can be used as a portable diagnosis and treatment reference, as a quick dosage check, as a review for complex glomerular diseases and acid-base physiology, and for board preparation.
Mirrors the thought process of nephrologists in day-to-day practice. Contains the latest clinical guidelines and new therapeutic recommendations. Follows the popular Pocket Notebook format, featuring bulleted lists, tables, diagrams, and algorithms that make essential facts easy to find and retain.
Covers all topics encountered in nephrology practice, categorized by subspecialties, making it ideal for trainees in nephrology as well as practicing nephrology consultants with years of experience. Written by current and former faculty members and fellows from Columbia University Medical Center.
11. Smoothies for Kidney Health: A Delicious Approach to the Prevention and Management of Kidney Problems and So Much More
Author: by Victoria L. Hulett JD JD
Smoothies for Kidney Health is a very special recipe book. It is expertly put together by a kidney donor, who is a registered nurse, and her mom, the recipient of her kidney. Together, they have taken their knowledge and experience to create a resource for all those suffering from chronic kidney disease (CKD).
By explaining how kidney function is impacted by the foods we eat, they offer a simple way for patients to help slow down, stop, or possibly reverse the many effects of CKDincluding heart disease, the number one killer of kidney patients.
The vital information provided in Smoothies for Kidney Health, along with eighty luscious smoothie recipes, is designed to offer help to all patients at any stage of CKD. After presenting readers with a basic summary of kidney functions, the book explains the relationship between our standard diet choices and the ever-growing epidemic of CKDas well as each of its common causes.
Utilizing and referencing the most current research studies, the book clearly shows how certain foods can speed deterioration of kidney function, resulting in dialysis and early death. The book then discusses how to prevent or slow progression of CKD by altering diet, again supported by the most current research studies and footnoted.
12. Clinical Physiology of Acid-Base and Electrolyte Disorders (Clinical Physiology of Acid Base & Electrolyte Disorders)
Author: by Burton Rose
The core of information that the clinician should possess – From the PrefaceDoody’s Core Titles for 2021! Like its highly acclaimed predecessors, the Fifth Edition of this classic effectively integrates the essentials of renal and electrolyte physiology with the common clinical disorders of acid-base and electrolyte balance.
FEATURES:*An easy-to-read writing style that demystifies this difficult subject*Basic science coverage of water and electrolyte physiology, renal physiology, and regulation of water and electrolyte balance*Clinical chapters that quickly guide you through key points of etiology, pathophysiology, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of common disorders*Crystal clear figures and handy tables that summarize key information*End-of-chapter problems that test mastery of the materialNEW IN THIS EDITION:*New sections on endothelin and nitric oxide*State-of-the-art information on the properties of the calcium-sensing receptor*Revised and expanded coverage of the neurologic sequelae of hyponatremia*In-depth discussion of the edematous states, including heart failure, nephrotic syndrome, and cirrhosis *Hundreds of new references
14. Brenner and Rector's The Kidney, 2-Volume Set
Author: by Alan S. L. Yu MD
Put the world’s most well-known kidney reference to work in your practice with the 11th Edition of Brenner & Rector’s The Kidney. This two-volume masterwork provides expert, well-illustrated information on everything from basic science and pathophysiology to clinical best practices. Addressing current issues such as new therapies for cardiorenal syndrome, the increased importance of supportive or palliative care in advanced chronic kidney disease, increasing live kidney donation in transplants, and emerging discoveries in stem cell and kidney regeneration, this revised edition prepares you for any clinical challenge you may encounter.
Extensively updated chapters throughout, providing the latest scientific and clinical information from authorities in their respective fields. Lifespan coverage of kidney health and disease from pre-conception through fetal and infant health, childhood, adulthood, and old age. Discussions of today’s hot topics, including the global increase in acute kidney injury, chronic kidney disease of unknown etiology, cardiovascular disease and renal disease, and global initiatives for alternatives in areas with limited facilities for dialysis or transplant.
15. Handbook of Kidney Transplantation
Author: by Dr. Gabriel M. Danovitch MD
Selected as a Doody’s Core Title for 2021! Concise, readable, practical and well-illustrated, the sixth edition of the Handbook of Kidney Transplantation has been thoroughly updated and revised to reflect the most current knowledge and practice in the field. Ideal for physicians, surgeons, fellows, and nurses who manage kidney transplant patients, it covers everything from treatment options for end-stage renal disease to transplantation, post-operative management and transplant immunology, focusing on every key aspect of the clinical practice of kidney transplantation.
Includes new chapters on the Allocation of Deceased Donor Organs and Kidney Transplantation in the Developing World, as well as expanded chapters on living donation and immunosuppressive drugs and protocols. Outlines the major concerns surrounding renal transplantation and the most successful approaches to problems arising in short-term and long-term patient care.
Covers immunobiology and immunosuppression, as well as surgery, histocompatibility, and short and long-term follow-up. Your book purchase includes a complimentary download of the enhanced eBook for iOS, Android, PC & Mac. Take advantage of these practical features that will improve your eBook experience:The ability to download the eBook on multiple devices at one time providing a seamless reading experience online or offlinePowerful search tools and smart navigation cross-links that allow you to search within this book, or across your entire library of VitalSource eBooksMultiple viewing options that enable you to scale images and text to any size without losing page clarity as well as responsive designThe ability to highlight text and add notes with one click
16. The Cooking Doc's Kidney-Healthy Cooking: A Modern 10-Step Guide to Preventing and Managing Kidney Disease
Author: by Dr. Blake Shusterman
Dr. Blake Shusterman is a board certified nephrologist (kidney doctor) and creator of the YouTube cooking show “The Cooking Doc.” In this book he combines his medical knowledge, real world patient care experience and his passion for delicious food to create an easy to follow 10-step guide for preventing and managing kidney disease and a collection of meticulously tested recipes that are accessible and home cook friendly.
If you or your family members are searching for the best dietary recommendations to manage and prevent kidney disease, this book can help set you on the right path no matter where you are in your journey. A combination of concrete health tips, scientific knowledge, inspirational stories, charts, and beautiful recipes and pictures, this book can help you understand the dietary needs for each stage of kidney disease and make you a better cook.
From tweaked classics, such as Vegan Bolognese and Macaroni & Cheese, to modern and diverse fare such as Thai Shrimp Salad and Chicken Farro bowls, this book gives you more than 50 flavor packed, low sodium recipes alongside expert nutritional analysis, pro-tip sidebars, and cooking tips and techniques.The 10-steps: 1.