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THIS BOOK WILL JUMPSTART YOUR DIALYSIS CAREER.

At some point in your life, you’re eating alone. Starting a career in dialysis is challenging. Beyond learning all the theory behind dialysis, you also need to think about the different procedures and skills you have to master. You need to know what to do when complications arise. And you must also know how to work with members of the healthcare team and most especially the patient. Preparation is important and knowledge is power. Why not let us help you test it?

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Over 450 detailed questions that covers a comprehensive range of dialysis topics of actual clinical application routinely seen on clinical floor.

Categorized questions on levels of cognitive ability of knowledge, application, and analysis.

Understand the do's, don'ts and best practices of different clinical skills like management of interventions, healthcare team interactions, therapeutic communication with patients etc..

Detailed rationale on topics that include complications and interventions, treatment modalities, dialysis theory, electrolytes, diet, access management, medications, water treatment and much more..

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What Other People Think

  • I just started my clinical training and I was absolutely overwhelmed with how many things that are going on at the same time. One patient is having cramps then a machine is alarming then I have to prime this machine then I have to coordinate with my nurse. Too many things that school doesn't teach! I bought this reviewer and it helped prepare me for what I should expect to do on the floor. I surprised my preceptor for sure.
    Hugo Lopez
    Dialysis Student
  • I've passed my clinical training and certifications but I was still getting lost on the floor after being assigned patients. I suddenly realized that I was not yet totally prepared to do my job properly. I came across this reviewer to help my test my skills and it helped tremendously. I still go through questions every couple months to check my progress.
    Jeffrey Reyes
    Dialysis Technician

About The Author

"I love working in dialysis because I get to develop long-lasting relationships with my patients"
Patrick Lim

I am currently a charge nurse for an outpatient dialysis clinic in California. I also work as an Acute Dialysis Nurse at several hospitals in the area. When I started my career as a Dialysis Nurse, it wasn’t the best of training. My preceptor nurse was always busy, would just leave me on the floor wondering and grasping on what I needed to do. I was extremely blessed because the dialysis technicians in the clinic took me in and taught me the ins and outs dialysis. This fostered my closeness with dialysis technicians and reason why I always made it a point to help them out at work every single time that I can. Some nurses tend to stick to the nursing job of dialysis but I like being in the trenches, pacing out with the dialysis technicians and help give out the quality of care that our patients deserve. I truly appreciate my dialysis technicians and I cannot imagine doing this job without them. In that time, he’s perfected the art of cooking for one, and his work has been featured in Time, Forbes, Rolling Stone, and Nickelodeon Magazine.

THIS BOOK WILL JUMPSTART YOUR DIALYSIS CAREER.

Starting a career in dialysis is challenging. Beyond learning all the theory behind dialysis, you also need to think about the different procedures and skills you have to master. You need to know what to do when complications arise. And you must also know how to work with members of the healthcare team and most especially the patient. Preparation is important and knowledge is power. Why not let us help you test it?