• Important causes of chronic kidney disease in South Africa 

      Moosa, M. R.; Van der Walt, I.; Naicker, S.; Meyers, A. M. (Health & Medical Publishing Group, 2015)
      In hypertensive patients without chronic kidney disease (CKD) the goal is to keep blood pressure (BP) at ≤140/90 mmHg. When CKD is present, especially where there is proteinuria of ≥0.5 g/day, the goal is a BP of ≤130/80 ...
    • Prevalence of chronic kidney disease and association with cardiovascular risk factors among teachers in Cape Town, South Africa 

      Adeniyi, Aderemi B.; Laurence, Carien E.; Volmink, Jimmy A.; Davids, M. Razeen (Oxford University Press, 2017)
      Background: There is a need to determine the feasibility of conducting studies of chronic diseases among large cohorts of African patients. One aim of the South African feasibility study was to determine the prevalence ...
    • Renal denervation : mechanisms and clinical aspects 

      Heradien, Marshall J.; Van Der Bijl, Pieter; Brink, Paul A. (African Association of Nephrology, 2020)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: Hypertension is a global health issue of paramount importance, which has not spared the African continent where an unacceptably high prevalence of uncontrolled blood pressure prevails among its population. ...