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When to adjust the dose for patients having renal failure?

When to adjust the dose for patients having renal failure?

Prof. Brown demonstrates Cockcroft-Gault, MDRD, and CKD-EPI with an example of renal function lab report. He uses real data to illustrate the differences.

Prof. Brown also discusses common drugs that require dosing adjustment in renal failure. We need to pay attention to these drugs. There are two conditions we may need to adjust the dose.

Ultimately, a renal function review on special patients can help us consolidate the knowledge we have learned in this section.

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Prof. Daniel L. Brown

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Clinical Pharmacokinetics: Dosing and Monitoring

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