Itchy skin and kidney disease: Understanding chronic kidney disease-associated pruritus (CKD-aP)
In this webinar, nephrologist Dr. Shayan Shirazian will discuss what experts know about pruritus and how to manage it in your daily life.
APOL1-mediated kidney disease: Overview and Implications for Care
Nephrologist and subject matter expert, Mona Doshi, M.D., presents information about APOL1.
Pruritus (itchy skin)
Understand what chronic kidney disease-associated pruritus (also called uremic pruritus) is, what causes it and how to talk with your doctor about treatment.
Preparing for an emergency: What you need to know about kidney disease and food safety
Did you know people with kidney disease, or a kidney transplant have a higher risk for foodborne illness? Food safety is just as important for staying healthy a...
Fabry Disease and Women: The Role of Nephrologists in Diagnosis and Management
Fabry disease is a rare genetic disorder that can be passed down from parent to child. It runs in families, so several members of the same family often have it.
Get Looped in on Lupus Nephritis
Finding and treating lupus nephritis early can help prevent kidney failure. View our webinar to learn more about lupus nephritis.
Gout management: The role of nurses and allied health professionals
People who have chronic kidney disease (CKD) are at increased risk for gout. If left untreated, gout can lead to serious health issues and debilitating pain tha...
Rare disease spotlight: Diagnosis, treatment and management of aHUS
aHUS (atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome) is a rare disease that causes too many blood clots to form in your blood vessels.
The Cooking Doc: Potassium friendly cooking demonstration
Are you struggling to control your potassium levels? If you have kidney disease, you may be at risk for hyperkalemia, or high potassium, because your kidneys ca...