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American Journal of Nephrology

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(Vol. 39, issues 3-4, 2014)

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Chronic Kidney Disease and the Aging Population
M. Tonelli, M. Riella
Am J Nephrol 2014;39:248-251

Original Reports: Patient-Oriented, Translational Research

Hypomagnesemia in Hemodialysis Patients: Role of Proton Pump Inhibitors
M. Alhosaini, J.S. Walter, S. Singh, R.S. Dieter, A. Hsieh, D.J. Leehey
Am J Nephrol 2014;39:204-209

Potassium-Binding Resins: Associations with Serum Chemistries and Interdialytic Weight Gain in Hemodialysis Patients
M. Jadoul, A. Karaboyas, D.A. Goodkin, F. Tentori, Y. Li, L. Labriola, B.M. Robinson
Am J Nephrol 2014;39:252-259

Sudden Death in Incident Dialysis Patients
E. Vázquez, C. Sánchez-Perales, F. García-García, M.J. García-Cortés, J. Torres, F. Borrego, D. Salas, A. Liébana, J.C. Fernandez-Guerrero
Am J Nephrol 2014;39:331-336

In-Depth Topic Reviews

Predialysis Care and Dialysis Outcomes in Hemodialysis Patients with a Functioning Fistula
A. Ishani, D.T. Gilbertson, D. Kim, B.D. Bradbury, A.J. Collins
Am J Nephrol 2014;39:238-247

Effects of Allopurinol on Endothelial Dysfunction: A Meta-Analysis
M. Kanbay, D. Siriopol, I. Nistor, O.C. Elcioglu, O. Telci, M. Takir, R.J. Johnson, A. Covic
Am J Nephrol 2014;39:348-356

American Journal of Nephrology
Managing Editor: G.L. Bakris, Chicago, Ill.

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