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Department of Nephrology, Transplantology and Internal Diseases

Faculty of Medicine


  • Clinical nephrology *

    – primary and secondary glomerulopatie diagnosis and treatment
    – genetics of glomerulopathy
    – erythropoietin treatment in the pre-dialysis period
    – polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD)
    – glucose and lipid metabolism in kidney diseases
    – pharmacotherapy of hypertension.
    – health awareness of patients
    – epidemiology of chronic kidney disease in the elderly population.
    – OTC drugs in the population of patients with chronic kidney disease
    – assessment of nutritional status
    – endothelial dysfunction, cardiovascular risk
  • Renal replacement therapy (hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis) *

    – the function of mesothelial cells in patients undergoing peritoneal dialysis
    – individualization and optimization of dialysis therapy.
    – assessment of nutritional status
    – treatment of anemia
    – cardiological complications in patients undergoing dialysis
    – the immune system and hemodialysis
    – nephrological knowledge and health awareness

    treatment of hypertension in dialysis patients
  • Kidney and pancreas transplantation *

    – infection after kidney transplantation
    – early assessment of distant cardiovascular risk
    – pancreatic islet transplantation program
    – RAA blocking drugs as nephroprotection of a transplanted kidney
    – pharmacotherapy of hypertension
    – health awareness
    – a register of cancers after a kidney transplant
    – nutrition evaluation
    – pre-transplantation program (pre emptive)
    – dealing with high-immunized patients
    – kidney transplantation from a living donor
    – qualification of living donors
    – pregnancy after kidney transplantation
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