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Solomon Comments on Eliminating Kidney Injury from Contrast Media in Medscape, MD

January 7, 2016 by Brittany Willette

Comments from UVM Patrick Professor of Medicine Richard Solomon, M.D., continue to receive coverage and are again featured in a Medscape article regarding research from China suggesting that central venous pressure monitoring allows safe fluid administration, preventing contrast-induced nephropathy in patients with chronic kidney disease and congestive heart failure. View a PDF of the Medscape article here or subscribers can view the online article here.

Read the MD article from December 9, 2015.

UVM Patrick Professor of Medicine Richard Solomon, M.D. (Photo: Sally McCay)

(JANUARY 7, 2016) Comments from UVM Patrick Professor of Medicine Richard Solomon, M.D., continue to receive coverage and are again featured in a Medscape article regarding research from China suggesting that central venous pressure monitoring allows safe fluid administration, preventing contrast-induced nephropathy in patients with chronic kidney disease and congestive heart failure. View a PDF of the Medscape article here or subscribers can view the online article here.

Read the MD article from December 9, 2015.

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Solomon Comments on Eliminating Kidney Injury from Contrast Media in Medscape, MD

January 7, 2016 by Brittany Willette

Comments from UVM Patrick Professor of Medicine Richard Solomon, M.D., continue to receive coverage and are again featured in a Medscape article regarding research from China suggesting that central venous pressure monitoring allows safe fluid administration, preventing contrast-induced nephropathy in patients with chronic kidney disease and congestive heart failure. View a PDF of the Medscape article here or subscribers can view the online article here.

Read the MD article from December 9, 2015.

UVM Patrick Professor of Medicine Richard Solomon, M.D. (Photo: Sally McCay)

(JANUARY 7, 2016) Comments from UVM Patrick Professor of Medicine Richard Solomon, M.D., continue to receive coverage and are again featured in a Medscape article regarding research from China suggesting that central venous pressure monitoring allows safe fluid administration, preventing contrast-induced nephropathy in patients with chronic kidney disease and congestive heart failure. View a PDF of the Medscape article here or subscribers can view the online article here.

Read the MD article from December 9, 2015.