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“Peritoneal Dialysis” by Sharon Su for OPENPediatrics

“Peritoneal Dialysis” by Sharon Su for OPENPediatrics

Peritoneal Dialysis by Dr. Sharon Su. Introduction. Hello, my name is Dr. Sharon Su. I’m a Pediatric Nephrologist. Today I’m going to talk to you about peritoneal dialysis. First off, we need to define what peritoneal dialysis is. Number one is the use of the peritoneal membrane to do three things. One is to remove […]

For the Love of Dogs: Pet Therapy At CHOP

For the Love of Dogs: Pet Therapy At CHOP

♪♪>>When I bring Cyrus to meet patients in the hospital, I often hear people say, “If he can do it, I can do it,” or “he’s just like me.” Cyrus was born without front legs and he’s a little bit different than other dogs, but he doesn’t know that. And he’s always, you know, happy […]

Meet Our Doc: Danielle Soranno, MD, Kidney Center

Meet Our Doc: Danielle Soranno, MD, Kidney Center

I love the kidneys. Kidneys are the smartest organ in the body, and I I’ll debate any other sub-specialist on that any day. They just make a lot of sense, and so I knew I wanted to be a nephrologist and so really the question was “Do I want to be a nephrologist for adults […]

Pediatric Hematuria (Blood in Urine)  – Pediatrics | Lecturio

Pediatric Hematuria (Blood in Urine) – Pediatrics | Lecturio

In this lecture, we’re going to review hematuria and also glomerulonephritis. So let’s start with hematuria. Hematuria can be either gross or microscopic. Gross means you can simply see the blood and microscopic hematuria is when we see it under the microscope. Generally, more than 5 cells per high-powered filed tells you that there is […]

“Complications of Peritoneal Dialysis” by Sharon Su for OPENPediatrics

“Complications of Peritoneal Dialysis” by Sharon Su for OPENPediatrics

Complications of Peritoneal Dialysis, by Dr. Sharon Su. Introduction. Hello, my name is Doctor Sharon Su, I’m a Pediatric Nephrologist. Today I’m going to talk to you about peritoneal dialysis. Dialysis Catheters. One question that often comes up is, “When can you use a dialysis catheter?” This depends on the situation of the patient. If […]

Meet Our Doc: Margret Bock, MD, MS, The Kidney Center

Meet Our Doc: Margret Bock, MD, MS, The Kidney Center

I like science, I like what the kidneys do, and I love taking care of children from the very, very beginning and seeing them through if they do have kidney issues that become so significant as part of their life, they do need dialysis and watching them go through the whole process and then sending […]

Matthew Saia, MD, Pediatrician – Burlington, VT, UVM Medical Center

Matthew Saia, MD, Pediatrician – Burlington, VT, UVM Medical Center

I’m Matthew Saia and I’m a pediatrician. I have the opportunity to work in the pediatric new American clinic so I get to be a part of the medical home for patients and families coming from all over the world to help give them a place where they feel like they can come to whether […]