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Renal, Fluids, and Electrolytes (RFE): Readings

Resources for the RFE course

Week 1 Reading Assigments

In Print (aka no electronic access)

Renal Pathophysiology: The Essentials by Rennke and Denker
WJ 300 R795r 2014 (Reserve-Core, 2nd floor Library Information Desk)

  • Chapter 1, pages 1-30, Review of Renal Physiology 

 

Week 4

Week 2 Reading Assignments

In Print (aka no electronic access)

Renal Pathophysiology: The Essentials by Rennke and Denker
WJ 300 R795r 2014 (Reserve-Core, 2nd floor Library Information Desk)

  • Chapter 2, pages 31-66, Regulation of Salt and Water Balance
  • Chapter 3, pages 67-96, Disorders of Water Balance: Hyponatremia, Hypernatremia, and Polyuria
  • Chapter 4, pages 97-123, Edematous States and the Use of Diuretics

Week 5 Reading Assignments

In Print (aka no electronic access)

Renal Pathophysiology: The Essentials by Rennke and Denker
WJ 300 R795r 2014 (Reserve-Core, 2nd floor Library Information Desk)

  • Chapter 8, pages 197-216, Urinalysis and Approach to the Patient with Renal Disease
  • Chapter 9, pages 217-267, Pathogenesis of Major Glomerular and Vascular Diseases

Week 3 Reading Assignments

In Print (aka no electronic access)

Renal Pathophysiology: The Essentials by Rennke and Denker
WJ 300 R795r 2014 (Reserve-Core, 2nd floor Library Information Desk)

  • Chapter 5, pages 124-152, Acid-Base Physiology and Metabolic Alkalosis
  • Chapter 6, pages 153-173, Metabolic Acidosis
  • Chapter 7, pages 174-196, Disorders of Potassium Balance

Week 6 Reading Assignments

In Print (aka no electronic access)

Renal Pathophysiology: The Essentials by Rennke and Denker
WJ 300 R795r 2014 (Reserve-Core, 2nd floor Library Information Desk)

  • Chapter 10, page 268-294
  • Chapter 11, pages 295-314
  • Chapter 12, pages 315-338
  • Chapter 13, pages 339-363