Transplantation is one of the most exciting fields in medicine. However, learning about kidney transplant has become much harder for those initiating in the field due to the dramatic expansion of knowledge in the past decade. The Kidney Transplant eBook is an interactive book that employs different learning tools in attempt to keep learning fun, interactive and efficient.
The image collection is vast, reflecting more than 7 years of work. There are more than 250 original figures, which include graphs, illustrations, pathology slides and radiology images. Videos will help clarify difficult subjects such as anti-HLA antibody assays, and review questions will test your knowledge after each section. If you highlight a key sentence or make notes on a chapter, the segments will be organized by chapter in My Notes and can be reviewed as Study Cards. Finally, problem-based cases describe the thought process, differential diagnosis and management of common conditions affecting kidney transplant recipients. Not enough? Finally, hyperlinks allow you to access key PubMed references with one-click.
This interactive Book can be used by fellows during their transplant rotation and as a teaching tool for attendings during rounds.
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This ibook is the most exceptional and thorough teaching resource to hit transplantation in over a decade. Dr. Riella and colleagues have done an amazing job of illustrating the chief clinical problems in transplantation with lucid text, beautiful pathology images, clear figures and video. The practical questions in each chapter enable the reader to test his or her knowledge.
I plan to take my ipad on rounds with this book. I wish it had existed when I was in training.
A must read
A must read for transplant nephrologist , concise yet comprehensive .
Chapters on Immunology and allograft biopsy are particularly impressive
The book has an extremely interesting format! Using new educational tools, such as pictures, videos and quiz, makes reading enjoyable, and helps a lot in retaining content. I certainly recommend reading this book!