Mini Michael, MD, FRACP, MMed
Dr. Michael provides care for all pediatric renal patients and her special interests include renal transplantation, hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) and nephrotic syndrome. She has a holistic approach to patient care.
• Hemolytic uremic syndrome
• Nephrotic syndrome
• Kidney Stones
• Kidney Transplantation
• Systematic reviews
• Patient Reported Outcomes
• Long-term outcomes of pediatric kidney transplant
Carvalho-Salemi J, Moreno L, Michael M. Medical Nutrition Therapy for Pediatric Kidney Stone Prevention, Part One and Two. Journal of Renal Nutrition 27(1):e5-8, 27(2):e11-14. PubMed PMIDs: 27979327, 28215360, 2017.
Wu X, Vega M, Swartz SJ, Michael M. Milky appearance of peritoneal fluid in a neonate on peritoneal dialysis due to end-stage renal disease: Question and Answers. Pediatric Nephrology 33(1)71-76. PubMed PMIDs: 28283761, 28283762, 2017.
Tal L, Bechara CF, Michael M. A case of gross hematuria with flank pain in a 16-year-old boy: Question and Answers. Pediatric Nephrology32(8):1343-1347, PubMed PMIDs: 27798727, 27798728, 2017.
Michael M, Minard CG, Kale AS, Brewer ED: Outcomes of two-drug maintenance immunosuppression for pediatric renal transplantation: 10-yr follow-up in a single center. Pediatric Transplantation PubMed PMID: 26916966, 2015.
Michael M, Elliott EJ, Ridley GF, Hodson EM, Craig JC. Interventions for haemolytic uraemic syndrome and thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura. Cochrane Database of Systemic Reviews (1):CD003595. PMID: 19160220, 2009.
ViiCTR Profile: https://profiles.viictr.org/display/BCM/mini-michael
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