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kidney health


Debbie Rigby takes a look at the latest research news Is pyridoxine effective and safe for post-partum lactation inhibition? A systematic review of 7 randomised controlled trials has shown inconsistent …

A relatively new drug has been found to greatly reduce risk of cardiovascular and kidney disease – though it comes with risks of its own Canagliflozin (Invokana) is a SGLT2 …

Most Australians have no idea about the risks of chronic kidney disease and some don’t know how many kidneys we have, Amcal data has found That’s despite one in three …

One in 10 people worldwide have chronic kidney disease, but there are huge knowledge gaps, a new report shows Australia ranks 12th among high income countries, with around 13% of …

Kidney disease is easily missed but vital to identify, writes Jarrod McMaugh When it comes to organ function and pharmacy, there are two that impact on our day-to-day clinical roles …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news Expectations and responsibilities regarding the sale of complementary medicines in pharmacies: perspectives of consumers and pharmacy support staff One-on-one semi-structured interviews …

A web-based training program has enhanced pharmacists’ ability to help identify chronic kidney disease, a study has found. A web-based training program to support chronic kidney disease screening by community …

Amcal and Guardian Pharmacies are getting behind Kidney Health Week (May 22– 29), Kidney Health Australia’s national awareness campaign which is urging all Australians to check their kidney health. The …

Hospitalisation rates for acute kidney injury have more than doubled over the last decade—and this condition affects some population groups more than others, according to a report released today by …

Amcal and Guardian Pharmacies are getting behind Kidney Health Week (May 24– 30), Kidney Health Australia’s national awareness campaign which is urging all Australians to meet their kidneys. Approximately 1.7 …