University of Michigan–Ann Arbor
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Dialysis, Hemodialysis, Internal medicine, Surgery and Intensive care medicine. His Dialysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Observational study, Kidney disease, Relative risk, End stage renal disease and Risk factor. Philip J. Held interconnects Epidemiology, Mortality rate, Prospective cohort study, Survival analysis and Pediatrics in the investigation of issues within Hemodialysis.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Odds ratio and Comorbidity. His Quality of life research extends to the thematically linked field of Intensive care medicine. His work is dedicated to discovering how Transplantation, Kidney are connected with Urology and Transplant rejection and other disciplines.
His primary scientific interests are in Hemodialysis, Dialysis, Intensive care medicine, Internal medicine and Surgery. The various areas that Philip J. Held examines in his Hemodialysis study include Observational study, Prospective cohort study, Epidemiology and Peritoneal dialysis. His Dialysis research includes elements of Odds ratio, Kidney disease, Mortality rate, Proportional hazards model and Risk factor.
His research investigates the connection between Intensive care medicine and topics such as Quality of life that intersect with problems in Family medicine. His research on Internal medicine frequently links to adjacent areas such as Case mix index. His Surgery study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Relative risk and Incidence.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Dialysis, Hemodialysis, Intensive care medicine, Internal medicine and Kidney disease. In his research, Per capita is intimately related to End stage renal disease, which falls under the overarching field of Dialysis. His Hemodialysis research incorporates themes from Prospective cohort study, Comorbidity and Emergency medicine.
The concepts of his Intensive care medicine study are interwoven with issues in Health related quality of life and Observational study. Much of his study explores Internal medicine relationship to Surgery. Proportional hazards model and Kidney transplantation are subfields of Surgery in which his conducts study.
Philip J. Held mostly deals with Hemodialysis, Dialysis, Internal medicine, Intensive care medicine and Kidney disease. Many of his studies on Hemodialysis involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Comorbidity. His research brings together the fields of Anemia and Dialysis.
His research on Internal medicine frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Surgery. As part of the same scientific family, Philip J. Held usually focuses on Intensive care medicine, concentrating on Prospective cohort study and intersecting with Malnutrition, Medical prescription, Observational study and Quality of life. His Kidney disease research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Dialysis catheter, Peritoneal dialysis and Kidney transplantation.
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Comparison of Mortality in All Patients on Dialysis, Patients on Dialysis Awaiting Transplantation, and Recipients of a First Cadaveric Transplant
Robert A. Wolfe;Valarie B. Ashby;Edgar L. Milford;Akinlolu O. Ojo.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1999)
Chronic renal failure after transplantation of a nonrenal organ.
Akinlolu O. Ojo;Philip J. Held;Friedrich K. Port;Robert A. Wolfe.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2003)
Delayed graft function: risk factors and implications for renal allograft survival.
Akinlolu O. Ojo;Robert A. Wolfe;Philip J. Held;Friedrich K. Port.
VASCULAR ACCESS USE IN EUROPE AND THE UNITED STATES: RESULTS FROM THE DOPPS
Ronald L. Pisoni;Eric W. Young;Dawn M. Dykstra;Roger N. Greenwood.
Kidney International (2002)
Health-related quality of life as a predictor of mortality and hospitalization: the Dialysis Outcomes and Practice Patterns Study (DOPPS).
Donna L. Mapes;Antonio Alberto Lopes;Sudtida Satayathum;Keith P. Mccullough.
Kidney International (2003)
Association of Comorbid Conditions and Mortality in Hemodialysis Patients in Europe, Japan, and the United States: The Dialysis Outcomes and Practice Patterns Study (DOPPS)
David A. Goodkin;Jennifer L. Bragg-Gresham;Karl G. Koenig;Robert A. Wolfe.
Journal of The American Society of Nephrology (2003)
Donor characteristics associated with reduced graft survival: an approach to expanding the pool of kidney donors.
Friedrich K. Port;Jennifer L. Bragg-Gresham;Robert A. Metzger;Dawn M. Dykstra.
The dose of hemodialysis and patient mortality
Philip J. Held;Friedrich K. Port;Robert A. Wolfe;David C. Stannard.
Kidney International (1996)
Depression as a predictor of mortality and hospitalization among hemodialysis patients in the United States and Europe
Antonio Alberto da Silva Lopes;Jennifer Bragg;Eric W. Young;David Goodkin.
Kidney International (2002)
Nonadherence in hemodialysis: associations with mortality, hospitalization, and practice patterns in the DOPPS.
Rajiv Saran;Jennifer L. Bragg-Gresham;Hugh C. Rayner;David A. Goodkin.
Kidney International (2003)
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