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Investigation and Management of Haematuria

Investigation and Management of Haematuria

Investigation and Management of Haematuria

Helen Ford and Sunil Bhandari
Helen Ford and Sunil Bhandari
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 10 Apr 2018
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The session covers the features in the history and examination along with initial tests that can help distinguish between glomerular and urological causes of haematuria. An algorithm including indications for referral to Nephrology and Urology will be covered.


By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Classify visible and non-visible haematuria
• Recall the basic anatomy of the renal tract and apply this to describe the main causes of haematuria
• Describe the key features in the examination, and what simple bedside tests to perform, in order to determine whether the haematuria is likely to be glomerular or from the urological tract
• Order and interpret initial investigations for haematuria
• Identify the indications for nephrological or urological opinion
• Identify when a rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis may be present and describe the indications for urgent nephrological opinion
Helen Ford and Sunil Bhandari

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Helen Ford and Sunil Bhandari
on behalf of Health Education England

Helen has been a renal registrar in the Yorkshire region since 2008. She gained an MBBS at Nottingham University and completed SHO training at Wessex and Reading.

She has a keen interest in medical education, especially in the prevention and management of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI).

Sunil is a consultant in nephrology and Honorary Clinical Professor at Hull York Medical School (HYMS) and Hull and East Yorkshire Hospital NHS Trust.

His special interest is teaching; he is currently co-director of the UK Advanced Nephrology course and teaches regularly on the Oxford Gwent nephrology course. Other interests include: cardio-renal disease, anaemia and parenteral iron therapy, progression of chronic kidney disease, transplant medicine and electrolyte disorders.

Non-clinical roles include: Deputy Head of School of Medicine (Yorkshire).

He is also an examiner for PACES, question writer for the renal specialist exam and regional link Fellow for RCP Edinburgh.

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