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Seminars in Dialysis


Title Abbreviation
Semin Dial
ISSN
0894-0959
Electronic ISSN
1525-139X
Readership
Clinicians, Immunologists, Nephrologists, Physicians, Physicians - Medicine, Radiologists, Residents, Surgeons, Transplant Surgeons
Scope
Seminars in Dialysis is a bimonthly publication focusing exclusively on cutting-edge clinical aspects of dialysis therapy. Besides publishing papers by the most respected names in the field of dialysis, the Journal has unique useful features, all designed to keep you current: dialysis clinic, dialysis rounds, hemodialysis citations, editorials, opinions, brief notes. Seminars in Dialysis is a bimonthly publication focusing exclusively on cutting-edge clinical aspects of dialysis therapy. Besides publishing papers by the most respected names in the field of dialysis, the Journal has unique useful features, all designed to keep you current: Fellows Forum, Dialysis rounds, Editorials, Opinions, Briefly noted, Summary and Comment, Guest Edited Issues, Special Articles.
Sponsoring Association(s)
American Society of Diagnostic and Interventional Nephrology (ASDIN)
Publisher Name
Wiley-Blackwell
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