JOURNAL OF KIDNEY: DEALING WITH A THE SURVIVAL.

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JOURNAL OF KIDNEY: DEALING WITH A THE SURVIVAL.

The JOURNAL OF KIDNEY aims to fill this important research barrier for decades. The journal fulfilling the needs to be very closely related to the patient. It deals with the Body Filtration and its the mechanism. So a very large research are has been taken by the scientist, So many scienties tried to follow new strategies to make the complication easier. Here the Journal of Kidney tries to provide a platform for them to meet their existence with the commitment to the research society by publishing their latest research.  The Journal has been dealing with the case reports, original research and review articles about the Glomerular Diseases, Glomerular Filtration Rate, Haemodialysis, Kidney Abnormalities, Kidney Transplantation, Kidney Cancer, Diabetic Kidney Disease, Hemorrhagic cystitis, Acute Tubular Necrosis, Analgesic Nephropathy, Angiotensin, Chronic kidney Disease, Cryoglobulinemia, Cytoscopy,  IgA Nephropathy, Acupuncture Kidney Points, Microscopic Polyangiitis, Osmotic diuresis, Nephroptosis, Polycystic Kidney Disease, Pyelonephritis, Radiation Nephropathy, Renal Failure, Urinary Tract Infections.

These data help the surgeons’ to avoid the lack to reach the qualitative and accurate diagnosist. The journal has published so far voluminous issues on: - Cardiovascular Complication during Maintenance Dialysis and after Kidney Transplantation by Beata Naumnik, She has Aspects of endothelial dysfunction in chronic kidney diseases have been the issue of my research since 1998. One of her favorite topic is the effect of hemodialysis procedure, especially the administration of different heparins, on endothelial derived markers such as TF / TFPI regulation of extrinsic blood coagulation, activin A / follistatin / hepatocyte growth factor pleiotropic system as well as on some growth factors playing a crucial role in cell proliferation. All the above markers take part in the pathogenesis of cardio-vascular complications in patients with chronic renal failure.

Journal of kidney is committed to ‘Creative Commons’ policy of publishing the scholarly articles on open access forum, after a thorough peer review. The journal is enjoying the staunch support of LONGDOM, a faithful publisher committed to medical science research. Having a list of indexing of this reputed indexing site EBSCO, Hamdard University, Index Copernicus and Publons.

With regards,
Anika Cohen

Editorial Office
Journal of Kidney
Longdom Publishing SL, C/ Sant Gil 3, 2-3,
08001 Barcelona, Spain
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