21 May 2019
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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Albert Power at Spire include:
Renal Medicine (nephrology)
I graduated from Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge and completed my renal specialty training at the Hammersmith Hospital, London. I was awarded an MD in Nephrology at Imperial College London with research focusing on cerebrovascular disease, coagulation and vascular access function. I am clinically active as Consultant Nephrologist in Bristol with a particular interest in improving outcomes in patients with end-stage renal disease.
I have comprehensive experience in the management of glomerular disease and vasculitis, maintenance renal dialysis, live and deceased donor renal transplantation, whole organ pancreatic transplantation and the provision of renal input in acute and critical care settings.
All areas of kidney disease including: General nephrology, chronic kidney disease (CKD), diabetic renal disease & management of hypertension. Glomerular disease, vasculitis, SLE and renal manifestations of connective tissue disease. Renal transplantation. Dialysis therapies (peritoneal dialysis & haemodialysis) Nephro-urology.
Member of the Royal College of Physicians
UK Renal Association
International Society of Nephrology
American Society of Nephrology
European Renal Association – European Dialysis & Transplant Association
International Society for Blood Purification
International Society for Peritoneal Dialysis
National Kidney Federation
Consultant Nephrologist, Richard Bright Renal Unit, Southmead Hospital
Lead for Clinical Research & Haemodialysis, Richard Bright Renal Unit
Honorary Senior Lecturer, School of Clinical Medicine, University of Bristol
Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer, Imperial College London
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