Chronic Kidney Disease/ESRD

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Dialysis Topics

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Transplant

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Nephrotic Syndrome

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Glomerular Disease

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Hypertension

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Cystic Kidney Disease

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Solitary Kidney/Kidney Dysplasia

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Urologic Voiding

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Imaging

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Urine Collection

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Kidney Biopsy

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Nutrition

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Index
  1.   CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE/ESRD
  2. Chronic kidney disease: A family affair (NIDDK/NIH)
  3. Children with chronic kidney disease: Tips for parents (NKF)
  4. Your kidneys and how they work (NIDDK/NIH)
  5. Kidney failure tutorial (Medline Plus/NIH)
  6. Anemia and epo (Kidneyweb)
  7. Anemia and kidney disease and dialysis (NIDDK/NIH)
  8. Vitamin D and PTH (Kidneyweb)
  9. School & family problems of children with kidney failure (NIDDK/NIH)
  10. Pediatric ESRD chronic kidney disease fact sheet (ANNA)

 

  1.   DIALYSIS TOPICS
  2. Treatment methods for kidney failure in children (NIDDK/NIH)
  3. Dialysis 101 (NKF)
  4. Medicines and dialysis (Seattle Children's)
  5. Lab tests while your child is on dialysis (Seattle Children's)
  6. Hemodialysis catheters: how to keep yours working well (NKF)
  7. Hemodialysis access (NKF)
  8. Vascular access for hemodialysis (NIDDK/NIH)
  9. What's your ACCESS-ability? (Northwest Renal Network)
  10. Dialysis access care-do's and don’ts (Seattle Children's)
  11. Dialysis school packet: for students requiring chronic dialysis treatments
    (Seattle Children's)
  12. Vein preservation and hemodialysis fistula protection (CMS)
  13. Peritoneal dialysis catheter: care after placement (Seattle Children's)
  14. How to add antibiotics to the dialysate (Seattle Children's)
  15. Anemia in kidney disease and dialysis (NIDDK/NIH)
  16. Just the facts: anemia (Life Options)
  17. Renal osteodystrophy (NIDDK/NIH)
  18. Fluids and dialysis (Seattle Children's)
  19. Just the facts: Traveling on dialysis (Life Options)
  20. Just the facts: Exercise for life (Life Options)

 

  1.   TRANSPLANT
  2. Getting a new kidney (AST)
  3. Pediatric ESRD renal transplant fact sheet (ANNA)
  4. Medicare coverage of kidney dialysis and kidney transplant services (CMS)

 

  1.   NEPHROTIC SYNDROME
  2. Nephrotic syndrome facts (NEPHCURE)
  3. Minimal change facts (NEPHCURE)
  4. FSGS facts (NEPHCURE)
  5. Childhood nephrotic syndrome (NIDDK/NIH)
  6. KidComm.org
  7. About nephrotic syndrome (Kidneyweb)
  8. Prednisone: the good, the bad and the ugly (Seattle Children's)
  9. What to eat while taking steroids (Seattle Children's)
  10. Low-sodium eating (Seattle Children's)
  11. Lower-sodium fast food (Seattle Children's)
  12. How to check urine for protein (urine dipsticks) (Kidneyweb)

 

  1.   GLOMERULAR DISEASE
  2. Alport syndrome (NKF)
  3. Glomerular diseases (NIDDK/NIH)
  4. Hemolytic uremic syndrome in children (NIDDK/NIH)
  5. Henoch-Schonlein purpura (NIDDK/NIH)
  6. Henoch-Schonlein purpura (Vasculitis Foundation)
  7. Henoch-Schonlein purpura (PRINTO)
  8. IgA nephropathy (NKF)
  9. IgA nephropathy (NIDDK/NIH)
  10. Lupus (Kidneyweb)
  11. Systemic lupus erythematosus (PRINTO)
  12. Membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis (NKF-UK)
  13. About vasculitis: our online resources (Vasculitis Foundation)
  14. Wegener's Granulomatosis (Vasculitis Foundation)

 

  1.   HYPERTENSION
  2. 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitoring study (Kidneyweb)
  3. High blood pressure (Kidneyweb)
  4. High blood pressure (KidsHealth)
  5. Essential hypertension (Medline/NIH)
  6. Lowering your blood pressure with DASH (NHLBI/NIH)

 

  1.   CYSTIC KIDNEY DISEASE
  2. Inheritance of ADPKD (Kidneyweb)
  3. When a family member has ADPKD (Kidneyweb)
  4. Inheritance of ARPKD (Kidneyweb)
  5. ARPKD (Kidneyweb)
  6. Polycystic kidney disease (NIDDK/NIH)
  7. A to Z guide to PKD (PKD Foundation)
  8. Polycystic kidney disease (NKF)

 

  1.   SOLITARY KIDNEY/KIDNEY DYSPLASIA
  2. Kidney dysplasia (NIDDK/NIH)
  3. Solitary kidney (NIDDK/NIH)
  4. Single kidney (Kidneyweb)

 

  1.   UROLOGIC/VOIDING
  2. Posterior urethral valves (Stanford)
  3. VACTERL syndrome (Kidneyweb)
  4. Neurogenic bladder (Standford)
  5. Dysfunctional voiding (Kidneyweb)
  6. Measuring functional bladder capacity (Kidneyweb)
  7. Hydronephrosis (Kidneyweb)
  8. Hydronephrosis in neonate (Kidneyweb)
  9. Reflux (Kidneyweb)
  10. UTI in children (NIDDK/NIH)
  11. Recurrent UTI and related infections (KidsHealth)
  12. Urinary System Diagram (Kidneyweb)
  13. Pediatric conditions: abnormalities (American Urological Foundation)
  14. Kidney stones (Medline/NIH)

 

  1.   IMAGING
  2. Renal ultrasound (Kidneyweb)
  3. Ultrasound (Seattle Children's)
  4. VCUG (Kidneyweb)
  5. VCUG (Seattle Children's)
  6. Nuclear cystogram (Kidneyweb)
  7. Nuclear voiding cystogram (Seattle Children's)
  8. DMSA kidney scan (Seattle Children's)
  9. Lasix renal scan (Seattle Children's)

 

  1.   URINE COLLECTION
  2. How to check urine for protein (Kidneyweb)
  3. How to collect first morning urine sample (Seattle Children's)
  4. 24-hour urine collection (Seattle Children's)
  5. How to do a 24-hour split urine collection (Kidneyweb)
  6. Collecting the stone risk profile (Kidneyweb)
  7.   KIDNEY BIOPSY
  8. Kidney biopsy and your child (Seattle Children's)
  9. Seattle: before surgery checklist (Seattle Children's)

 

  1.   NUTRITION
  2. Low-sodium eating (Seattle Children's)
  3. Lower-sodium fast food (Seattle Children's)
  4. Magnesium food sources (Seattle Children's)
  5. Phosphorus, bone health and kidney disease (Seattle Children's)
  6. Phosphorus in your diet (Northwest Kidney Centers)
  7. Your potassium guide (Northwest Kidney Centers)
  8. Protein: where is protein found? (Seattle Children's)
  9. Nutrition for children with chronic kidney disease (NKF)
  10. Living well on dialysis: a cookbook for patients and their families (NKF)

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