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Official publication of the Indian Society of Nephrology
Indian Journal of Nephrology (IJN)

The Indian Journal of Nephrology is the official publication of the Indian Society of Nephrology. The journal is published Bimonthly. It is a peer-reviewed, journal that publishes articles covering all the aspects of laboratory and clinical nephrology. It includes original researches, reviews, editorials, technical notes, symposia proceedings, and Society news.

The journal provides immediate free access to articles on its website. It does not charge a fee for submission, processing or publication of the manuscripts. Articles can be submitted online from www.journalonweb.com.




 
  

 

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May-June  2018 |  Vol 28 |  Issue 3 |
 
 
Editorial
Dialysis catheter: “Love–Hate Relationship”
TJ Vachharajani
Hemodialysis remains the most frequently used renal replacement modality across the globe. A vascular access needed to provide hemodialysis falls under two main categories – short term and lon...
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Original Article
Carbamylated hemoglobin can differentiate acute kidney injury from chronic kidney disease
Y Naresh, N Srinivas, Kiranmayi S Vinapamula, P Pullaiah, P. V. L. N. Srinivasa Rao, V Sivakumar
Carbamylated hemoglobin (CarHb) was found to have a potential role in the differentiation of patients with acute kidney injury (AKI) from chronic kidney disease (CKD). This study was aimed at the ev...
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Original Article
Distribution of virulence factors according to antibiotic susceptibility among Escherichia coli isolated from urinary tract infection
S Derakhshan, M Pourzare, D Roshani
Escherichia coli is the major causative pathogen of urinary tract infection (UTI) in humans. Virulence and drug resistance play important roles in the pathogenesis of E. coli infection...
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2018 Indian Journal of Nephrology
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