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To organise at least one symposium per year To maintain a human resource directory To maintain a recommended reference/reading directory To facilitate research To be financially viable To liaise with other groups associated with care of patients with renal impairment To facilitate exchange of ideas and information To maintain an international perspective To facilitate training of pharmacists and other health care staff associated with care of patients with renal impairment To respond to educational and training requirements of membership as indicated by annual survey To maintain a renal drug file
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Are you unsure about dosing a particular drug on your renal unit or want to find out information on renal specific protocols? The UKRPG Q&A forum may be able to help. Post a question on the website, fellow renal pharmacists will be notified and may be able to answer your burning question.
Thought this might be of interest to people as a lot of discussion is happening around this topic Available at: https://www.sps.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Dosing-of-DOACs-in-renal-impairment-FINAL-14.11.pdf Christine North Bristol ...
Hello, Does anyone have a protocol/guidance for the use of argatroban for haemodialysis anticoagulation for a patient with HIT that they would be happy to share with me? my email address is Katharine.firstname.lastname@example.org Many thanks in advance, Katharine, Inverness ...
Hi, Has anyone any experience of using calcitonin for hypercalcaemia, particularly in paediatrics. We are giving as an intravenous infusion and there is mention of the adsorption on dilution reducing the dose delivered...has anyone experienced this and would you calculate a larger dose based on ...