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Edition: 3rd updated and enlarged ed.
Publication Date: 1989
by Unknown Author
' Dr. Maher should be congratulated on editing this important work. All nephrologists should not only buy a copy of this third edition, they should read it. ' Nephron, 54:1 (1990) ' The third edition follows the format of the former two, bringing together many of the world's foremost authorities to compile 'state of the art' reviews on the varied aspects of dialysis and related treatments. ' The Literature of Medicine ' I recommend this book to all teachers and serious students of renal replacement therapy - even if you have purchased previously one of the first two editions. ' Dialysis & Transplantation, 1990 ' In summary, this text should be readily available to all involved in providing renal replacement therapy. ' Children's Medical Center, 6:2 ' The standard reference book for the artificial kidney world. ' JAMA ' The aims of the authors - to produce a standard text for nephrologists and those with an interest in today's treatment of renal failure - is fully achieved. ' Urological Research ' A superb book ... the detail and depth of discussions are unequalled in any current nephrology text. ' Mayo Clinic ProceedingsReplacement of Renal Function by Dialysis: A Textbook of Dialysis, 3rd updated and enlarged ed. was published 1989 under ISBN 9780898384147 and ISBN 0898384141.
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