Rotation: PED 404-1
Length: 2 or 4 weeks
Goals: Integrate theoretical knowledge in clinical case scenarios, to be able to evaluate children with most common kidney disorders and formulate therapy plans tailored to the particular patients.
Objectives: You will become familiar with evaluation of proteinuria, nephrotic syndrome, hematuria, nephritis, hypertension, acute kidney injury, chronic kidney disease and electrolyte/mineral metabolism abnormalities in children.
Additional Information and Description: Inpatient and outpatient, dialysis, transplantation and multidisciplinary meetings. At the end of the rotation, there will be a case presentation. In-patient duties – pre-rounding on patients, rounding with attending on service, present cases, outline and discuss rationale for treatment plan.
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