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Christoph Wanner

Christoph Wanner

As a nephrologist I was involved in the EMPA-REG Outcome study, which was a cardiovascular outcome study published in 2015 and as a surprise to everybody to investigators, to scientists, to the world, this study opened up a huge field where many SGLT2 inhibitors now entering and do outcome trials and I’m now looking, when […]

Diabetic Kidney Disease | Robert Stanton, MD, Joslin Diabetes Center

Diabetic Kidney Disease | Robert Stanton, MD, Joslin Diabetes Center

About 30 to 40 percent of people who have type 1 diabetes will have kidney disease. About 20 to 30 percent of people with type 2 diabetes will have kidney disease. Not all of them will progress to kidney failure, meaning requiring dialysis or transplantation which is everybody’s biggest fear when they come see me. […]

Frank Brosius, MD – Video Profile

Frank Brosius, MD – Video Profile

– Nephrology’s an important specialty, but not a lot of people know about it. It’s a funny word, it really is bad kidney disease, and disorders in the blood, and other fluid compartments in the body that are regulated by the kidneys. So that’s really what nephrology is about. Most of our patients are folks […]

‘The Silent Killer’: March is National Kidney Month

‘The Silent Killer’: March is National Kidney Month

March is National Kidney Month, and most of us know that we have two of them. But beyond that they go pretty unappreciated, until, that is, they stop working. Kidney disease is called a “silent killer” as Tisha Guthrie learned, you often don’t know you have it until it’s almost too late. Tisha Guthrie teaches […]

Renal | Kidney Anatomy Model

Renal | Kidney Anatomy Model

Alright Ninjanerds, we’re going to talk about the kidney today. So if you look here, we have the kidney, the kidney bean shaped and we have two of them, right, so you’d have them – in the abdominal actual area, so the abdominal cavity So if you look here you’re going to see this nice […]

Meet Nephrologist Ursula Brewster, MD

– Interaction with people and how human beings manage their lives and live through different experiences is something that I always loved and drove me into medicine. When I am taking care of women who are pregnant with kidney disease, it’s very collaborative. So I work very closely with the high-risk obstetricians, the general obstetricians, […]

ABCs of Kidney Disease | Causes and Stages of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)

ABCs of Kidney Disease | Causes and Stages of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)

>>Welcome to the ABCs of Kidney Disease. I’m Daphne Knicely, and today I’m gonna talk to you about the causes and stages of chronic kidney disease. This video is a part of the Johns Hopkins Nephrology Patient Education Program, and we’d like to thank our sponsors, The Ed Kraus Endowment and the Shah Foundation. So […]