Get all the facts and build your expertise on the fast-growing practice of home hemodialysis
The use of home hemodialysis is becoming more popular every year. Home dialysis modalities not only provide more flexibility for patients, they are associated with numerous benefits, including improved cardiovascular parameters and better quality of life. Most dialysis resources tend to focus on in-center hemodialysis with little to no discussion of home hemodialysis. The Handbook of Home Hemodialysis aims to change that with focused, detailed coverage on the topic.
This timely, one-of-a-kind resource offers everything you need to build your expertise on the subject. It’s also small enough to fit in your pocket and designed to provide accurate, easy-to-find answers on the fly. Clear drawings and illustrations clarify and highlight key information.
The Handbook of Home Hemodialysis provides essential information on:
The of history home hemodialysis
Patient recruitment and training
Prescribing home hemodialysis
Building a home dialysis program, and more
About the Author
Daphne H. Knicely, MD, MEHP, is Associate Director for the Nephrology Fellowship Program, and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Keiko I. Greenberg, MD, MHS, is Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Nephrology at Medstar Georgetown University Hospital.
Emaad M. Abdel-Rahman, MD, PhD, is Professor of Medicine, Nephrology, Medical Director of In-Center and Home Hemodialysis at the University of Virginia School of Medicine.