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Arthur C Kennedy #1
Arthur C Kennedy
University Departments of Surgery and Medicine, Royal Infirm
Known for Renal Disease |  Normal Subjects |  Prolactin Status |  Total Body Potassium
Domenic  A Sica #2
Domenic A Sica
Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia, USA. |
Known for Resistant Hypertension |  Ace Inhibitors |  Blood Pressure |  Heart Failure |  Azilsartan Medoxomil

Henry J Dargie #3
Henry J Dargie
Cardiology Department, Western Infirmary, Glasgow, UK | Robe
Known for Angina Pectoris |  Ventricular Dysfunction |  Blood Pressure |  Heart Failure |  Myocardial Infarction
Todd W B Gehr #4
Todd W B Gehr
Nephrology, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, USA
Known for Renal Insufficiency |  Ace Inhibitors |  Human Plasma |  Heart Failure |  Peritoneal Dialysis
Wadi N Suki #5
Wadi N Suki
Department of Medicine, Houston Methodist Academic Institute
Known for Calcium Transport |  Kidney Transplantation |  Thick Ascending Limb |  Renal Failure |  Cell Apoptosis
Garabed Eknoyan #6
Garabed Eknoyan
From The Selzman Institute of Kidney Health, Section of Neph
Known for Diabetic Ketoacidosis |  Global Outcomes |  Clinical Practice Guidelines |  Kidney Disease |  Renal Failure
Consultant, University of Puerto Rico, Medical Sciences Camp
Known for Renin Release |  Volume Expansion |  Puerto Rico |  Renal Disease |  Urine Concentration
Jules B Puschett #8
Jules B Puschett
Society for Vascular Medicine Representative | ACCF/AHA Task
Known for Lower Extremity |  Abdominal Aortic |  Peripheral Arterial Disease |  Renal Transport |  Vitro Studies
Stephen R Steinmuller #9
Stephen R Steinmuller
Renal-Electrolyte Section, University of Pennsylvania Medica
Known for Clearance Urine Flow |  Ammonia Chemical Gluconeogenesis |  Comparison Effects |  Chlorothiazide Metolazone |  Sites Action
H G Morgan #10
H G Morgan
University of Bristol Bristol BS2 8DZ | Department of Mental
Known for Suicide Prevention |  Anorexia Nervosa |  Normal Subjects |  Tumoral Calcinosis |  Sexual Receptivity