Here is Sri’s very informative talk on chronic kidney disease and some of the complications of haemodialysis. Resources: Previous SCGH ED CME talks on chronic kidney disease and haemodialysis: Renal Medicine For The Emergency Trainee by Anoushka Krishnan from 06/2015 Complications of Renal Dialysis by Sumathi Chinnadurai from 05/2014 Emergent Haemodialysis by Jonathan Tembo from 11/2014 […]
Here is Anoushka’s talk on renal medicine for the emergency trainee
Here is Jonathan’s talk on emergent haemodialysis and how to identify patients that may require this intervention. Resources: Haemodialysis Modes – Pro’s and Con’s from LITFL Indications for Emergent Haemodialysis (Mnemonic = AEIOU): Acidosis (Metabolic) if severe / refractory to HCO3 or symptomatic (arrhythmias) esp. metformin lactic acidosis (usually also have ARF and removes metformin) […]
Here is Kate’s talk on the management and investigation of renal colic. Resources: Ultrasonography versus computed tomography for suspected nephrolithiasis. NEJM 2014;371:1100 FYI: Here is the WA DOH Diagnostic Imaging Pathway for Renal Colic (generated Jan 2012 – due for review Jan 2015)
Here is Sumanthi’s talk on the complications related to renal dialysis.
This is the statewide WA Home Dialysis Program (WAHDIP) Guideline for the treatment of peritoneal dialysis related peritonitis. Note – At SCGH all patients should be discussed with a PD Nurse ASAP (07:00-20:30 on DECT 6881; afterhours via G63 Coordinator on Ext. 1663) Below is the CAPD Peritonitis Empiric Treatment Guideline (click on this image […]