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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




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May-June  2019 |  Vol 29 |  Issue 3 |
Review Article
Therapeutic plasma exchange in renal disorders
D Ranganathan, GT John
Nephrologists use hemodialysis and hemofiltration to remove low molecular weight toxic constituents, and increasingly deploy therapeutic plasma exchange (TPE)/plasmapheresis to eliminate higher mole...
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Gender differences in dose of erythropoietin to maintain hemoglobin target in hemodialysis patients
JA Coronado Daza, G Urrútia Cuchi
Dialysis patients receiving erythropoietin (EPO) for anemia management are a challenge due to the significant interindividual variability in erythropoietic response. Our objective was to determine i...
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Urinary albumin excretion, estimated glomerular filtration rate, and prevalence of microalbuminuria in obese nondiabetic and nonhypertensive adults: A cross-sectional study
VR Bhatt, VB Khese, SL Jadhav, AL Kakrani
Context: Obesity even in absence of diabetes and hypertension increases the risk for microalbuminuria (MAU), glomerular hyperfiltration, and therefore nephropathy. Aims: This study aim...
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