From the stable of the world-renowned Oxford Textbook of Clinical Nephrology, the Oxford Clinical Nephrology Series has been developed by a group of leading clinicians to address issues of great importance in the daily practice of renal medicine. Each book in the series is carefully designed with the clinician in mind and pulls together views from leaders in the field around the world who discuss issues in depth and with an evidence base. Each book includes the relevant implications of recent research findings for the clinician.
Topics may be of a more general nature, or may have a specific disease focus. Where possible, clinical management guidelines are provided and clinical practice is always foremost in the minds of the contributors and editors.
Each book is planned by leading clinicians in the field and as a result the volumes are balanced and easily accessible for the specialist and clinician in training as well as highly relevant for those undertaking research in this fast moving, complex area of clinical medicine.