Dr. Patrick D Brophy MD
Nephrologist (Pediatric) | Pediatric Nephrology200 Hawkins Dr Iowa City IA, 52242
Dr. Patrick Brophy is a pediatric nephrologist practicing in Iowa City, IA. Dr. Brophy specializes in caring for children with chronic conditions such as hypertension, kidney disease, and chronic dialysis. Pediatric nephrologists have extensive knowledge on the dialysis and transplant processes, while simultaneously developing lasting relationships with the families of their young patients.
Education and Training
University of Saskatchewan / College of Medicine MD
University Of Saskatchewan College Of Medicine 1994
PediatricsAmerican Board of PediatricsABP- Pediatric Nephrology
- Cause and clinical characteristics of rib fractures in infants.
- Regulation of ureteric bud outgrowth by Pax2-dependent activation of the glial derived neurotrophic factor gene.
- Pediatric acute renal failure: outcome by modality and disease.
- Gene structure and alternative splicing of murine podocalyxin: a member of the CD34 sialomucin family.
- Groucho suppresses Pax2 transactivation by inhibition of JNK-mediated phosphorylation.
- Pediatric convective hemofiltration: Normocarb replacement fluid and citrate anticoagulation.
- Hyperosmolar solutions in continuous renal replacement therapy for hyperosmolar acute renal failure: a preliminary report.
- Developing clinical protocols for nursing practice: improving nephrology care for children and their families.
- Renal replacement therapy in the treatment of confirmed or suspected inborn errors of metabolism.
- A novel nonsense mutation in the EYA1 gene associated with branchio-oto-renal/branchiootic syndrome in an Afrikaner kindred.
- Regulation of c-Ret in the developing kidney is responsive to Pax2 gene dosage.
- Evaluation of the PRISMA M10 circuit in critically ill infants with acute kidney injury: A report from the Prospective Pediatric CRRT Registry Group.
- Clinical presentation and outcome in a cohort of paediatric patients with membranous lupus nephritis.
- Dialysis and pediatric acute kidney injury: choice of renal support modality.
- Fluid balance as a biomarker: impact of fluid overload on outcome in critically ill patients with acute kidney injury.
- Renal supportive therapy for pediatric acute kidney injury in the setting of multiorgan dysfunction syndrome/sepsis.
- Technical considerations for renal replacement therapy in children.
- Pediatric renal supportive therapies: the changing face of pediatric renal replacement approaches.
- Hyperammonemia in review: pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment.
- Value of biomarkers to assess renal function following pediatric heart transplantation.
- PAX2 in human kidney malformations and disease.
- Case report: successful treatment of recurrent focal segmental glomerulosclerosis with a novel rituximab regimen.
- Distal ureteral diameter measurement objectively predicts vesicoureteral reflux outcome.
- Chronic hemodialysis in pediatric patients: technical and practical aspects of use.
- Nonrenal indications for continuous renal replacement therapy: A report from the Prospective Pediatric Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy Registry Group.
- Urinary metabolomic markers of aminoglycoside nephrotoxicity in newborn rats.
- Changing the paradigm in pediatric acute kidney injury.
- Eculizumab in the treatment of atypical haemolytic uraemic syndrome and other complement-mediated renal diseases.
- Metabolomics in pediatric nephrology: emerging concepts.
- Kidney-specific expression of GFP by in-utero delivery of pseudotyped adeno-associated virus 9.
- Rare variants in tenascin genes in a cohort of children with primary vesicoureteric reflux.
- The nephrologist of tomorrow: towards a kidney-omic future.
- Vesicoureteral reflux and the extracellular matrix connection.
- Preterm neonatal urinary renal developmental and acute kidney injury metabolomic profiling: an exploratory study.
- Genetic Advances in Childhood Nephrological Disorders.
- Development and validation of a liquid chromatography-mass spectrometric assay for simultaneous determination of tacrolimus and 13-O-desmethyl tacrolimus in rat kidney tissue.
- Overview on the Challenges and Benefits of Using Telehealth Tools in a Pediatric Population.
- Feeding produced in the satiated rat by elevating the concentration of calcium in the brain.
- Temperature changes in the rat produced by altering the sodium-calcium ratio in the cerebral ventricles.
- Effects of scopolamine on the rewarding and seizure-inducing properties of amygdaloid stimulation.
- Kidney Transplant
- Winnipeg Health Sciences Centre
- University of Michigan Affiliated Hospitals
- University of Michigan-Pediatric Nephrology, Ann Arbor, MI 2001
- University of Michigan Hospitals, Ann Arbor, MI Pediatric Nephrology
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