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Key questions on chronic kidney disease (1.5 CPD hours)

GPSI and Department of Health renal adviser Dr Kathryn Griffith answers GP Dr Keith Hopcroft’s questions on diagnosis and management.

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GPSI and Department of Health renal adviser Dr Kathryn Griffith answers GP Dr Keith Hopcroft's questions on diagnosis and management.

Learning objectives


This module will give you a primary care-focused update on managing chronic kidney disease, covering:

  • Common presenting symptoms
  • Monitoring eGFR, ACR and PCR
  • Managing common complications of CKD
  • Prescribing antihypertensives in CKD patients with hypertension
  • Monitoring patients on ACE inhibitors or ARBs.

This module will be free for all registered members of Pulse-learning until 23 November 2011.

Author


Dr Kathryn Griffith is a cardiology GPSI in York and member of the Renal Advisory Group, Department of Health

Dr Keith Hopcroft is a GP in Laindon, Essex

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