British Journal of Renal Medicine - 2017

Comment: To err is human; improving dialysis safety
John Bradley
pp 67-67
Looking after young adults: difficulties and challenges faced in renal patients
Samantha Jayne Williamson, Larissa Kerecuk and Tanya Pankhurst
pp 68-71
A rare complication of cerebral air embolism after haemodialysis
Maha Mohamed, Rajeev Padmanabhan and Timothy Shipley
pp 72-74
The gift of life
National Kidney Federation
pp 74-74
What I tell my patients about focal segmental glomerulosclerosis
Richard Powell and Andy Connor
pp 75-78
The Renal Association

pp 80-80
Paediatric research boosted by merger
Kidney Research UK
pp 80-80
Clinical markers and predictors of acute kidney injury in under-fives with severe malaria in a tertiary health institution in Nigeria
Valentine Imolele, Damian Nwaneri, Austine Omoigberale and Michael Ibadin
pp 83-89
An unfortunate renal complication of back massage
Stephen Spencer
pp 90-91
The state of the nation’s health
Donal J O’Donoghue
pp 92-93
The British Transplant Games – a celebration of life
Kidney Care UK
pp 94-94
Reaching Out
British Renal Society
pp 94-94

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