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Waiting for a Kidney | Max’s Journey

Waiting for a Kidney | Max’s Journey

Max was on dialysis for approximately one year. It essentially was just keeping him alive until we could move forward with a kidney transplant. Max isn’t just another patient Max is marvelous maxwell here. He was my two-year-old baby and I didn’t have any control on how to fix him. We had to rely on […]

Early Estimation of ESRD Risk

Early Estimation of ESRD Risk

The prevalence of chronic kidney disease is increasing worldwide, but the long-term risk of progression of childhood kidney disease has been unclear. In a nationwide, population-based, historical cohort study in Israel, investigators reviewed the baseline medical examinations of over 1.5 million adolescents before compulsory military service between 1967 and 1997. Inclusion in the cohort required […]

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 […]

Nephrology: Henry Jean, MD

Nephrology: Henry Jean, MD

Medicine was always like my call like since I was young. I’ve experienced– I have experience with a lot of sick people in my family, like my grandfather. He has asthma. He has renal failure and he died from it. I was at the hospital when he died and I think that’s kind of actually […]

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 […]

Nephrologist Corey Cavanaugh, DO

Nephrologist Corey Cavanaugh, DO

My name’s Corey Cavanaugh. I’m a doctor of nephrology at the University of Virginia. We see patients with kidney disease. This comes in all varieties, whether it be on dialysis. We occasionally see transplant patients after they’ve been through the transplant kidney doctors, as well as my focus, which would be glomerular disease or inflammation […]