CKD Patient at High Risk of Hyperkalaemia

Published: 03 March 2023

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Overview

Watch this insightful case study presented by Prof James Burton where he presents a CKD patient at high risk of hyperkalaemia.

 

Watch Dr Shelley Zieroth's case study of an HF patient with moderate to severe hyperkalaemia.

 

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This programme is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from AstraZeneca.

 

 

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Part 1

CKD Patient at High Risk of Hyperkalaemia

Prof James Burton presents a patient at high risk of Hyperkalaemia.

 

 

Faculty Biographies

James Burton

James Burton

Professor of Renal Medicine

Prof James Burton is Honorary Consultant Nephrologist and Professor of Renal Medicine and Associate Dean for Clinical Research at the University of Leicester, Leicester, UK. His principal research interests are the mechanisms underlying uraemic cardiovascular disease modification of cardiovascular risk in patients with end-stage renal disease and the identification and application of novel biomarkers.

In addition Prof Burton is involved in the development and running of clinical trials; he is Chief Investigator for the NIHR funded NightLife trial investigating the impact of nocturnal dialysis on patient outcomes as well as the Kidney Research UK funded CONFIRM study exploring the utility of a novel cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques in haemodialysis patients. Prof Burton is the independent Chair of two multi-centre NIHR Trial Steering Committees and sits on a number of others.

He is the current Chair of the UK Kidney Association Clinical…

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