Nephrology RNs in demand as dialysis cases increase

11/26/2008 | NurseZone.com

There is a nationwide demand for nephrology nurses to care for a growing number of chronic kidney disease patients requiring dialysis. The increased patient load stems partly from a shortage of transplant organs. Nephrology nurses also educate patients on diet, hypertension and diabetes issues to help them keep their health from deteriorating even more.

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