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Department of Internal Medicine

Nephrology and Hypertension

Photo of  Suresh Kamath, MD

Suresh Kamath, MD

Clinical Interest

Nephrology

Specialties

Internal Medicine
Nephrology

Education/Credentials
  • Medical Degree: Bangalore Medical College
  • Residency: Royal College of Physicians
  • Residency: Brown University
  • Fellowship: University of Cincinnati Medical Center
Board Certifications & Licenses
  • American Board of Internal Medicine 08/21/1996
  • American Board of Internal Medicine (Nephrology) 11/03/1999
Contact Information
  • Medical Sciences Building
  • Room G1647
  • 231 Albert Sabin Way
  • Cincinnati, Ohio 45267
  • Office 513-558-5471
  • Fax 513-558-4309
  • Email suresh.kamath@uc.edu

Peer Reviewed Publications

Tumlin, James A; Roy-Chaudhury, Prabir; Koplan, Bruce A; Costea, Alexandru I; Kher, Vijay; Williamson, Don; Pokhariyal, Saurabh; Charytan, David M 2019. Relationship between dialytic parameters and reviewer confirmed arrhythmias in hemodialysis patients in the monitoring in dialysis study. BMC nephrology, 20 1, 80

Roy-Chaudhury, Prabir; Tumlin, Jim A; Koplan, Bruce A; Costea, Alexandru I; Kher, Vijay; Williamson, Don; Pokhariyal, Saurabh; Charytan, David M 2018. Primary outcomes of the Monitoring in Dialysis Study indicate that clinically significant arrhythmias are common in hemodialysis patients and related to dialytic cycle. Kidney international, 93 4, 941-951

Dean D, Kamath S, Peddi V, Schroeder T, First M, Cavallo T 1999. A blinded retrospective analysis of renal allograft pathology using the Banff Schema Transplantation, 68 5, 642-645

Dean, D E; Kamath, S; Peddi, V R; Schroeder, T J; First, M R; Cavallo, T 1999. A blinded retrospective analysis of renal allograft pathology using the Banff schema: implications for clinical management. Transplantation, 68 5, 642-5

Kamath S, Dean D, Peddi V, Schroeder J, Alexander W, Cavallo T, First M 1998. Primary therapy with OKT3 for Biopsy Proven Acute Renal Allograft Rejection Transplant Proceedings , 30 , 1178-1180

Kamath, S; Dean, D; Peddi, V R; Schroeder, T J; Alexander, J W; Cavallo, T; First, M R 1998. Primary therapy with OKT3 for biopsy-proven acute renal allograft rejection. Transplantation proceedings, 30 4, 1178-80

Peddi V, Kamath S, Munda R, Demmy A, Alexander J, First M 1998. Use of Tacrolimus eliminates acute rejection as a major complication following simultaneous kidney and pancreas transplantation Clinical Transplantation, 12 , 401-405

Peddi V, Kamath S, Schroeder T, Munda R, First M 1998. Efficacy of OKT3 as primary therapy for histological confirmed acute renal allograft rejection in simultaneous kidney and pancreas transplant recipients Transplant Proceedings , 30 , 285-287

Peddi, V R; Kamath, S; Munda, R; Demmy, A M; Alexander, J W; First, M R 1998. Use of tacrolimus eliminates acute rejection as a major complication following simultaneous kidney and pancreas transplantation. Clinical transplantation, 12 5, 401-5

Peddi, V R; Kamath, S; Schroeder, T J; Munda, R; First, M R 1998. Efficacy of OKT3 as primary therapy for histologically confirmed acute renal allograft rejection in simultaneous kidney and pancreas transplant recipients. Transplantation proceedings, 30 2, 285-7

Kamath S, Dean D, Peddi V, Schroeder J, Alexander W, Cavallo T, First M 1997. Efficacy of OKT3 as primary therapy for histological confirmed acute allograft rejection Transplantation, 64 10, 1428-1432

Kamath, S; Dean, D; Peddi, V R; Schroeder, T J; Alexander, J W; Cavallo, T; First, M R 1997. Efficacy of OKT3 as primary therapy for histologically confirmed acute renal allograft rejection. Transplantation, 64 10, 1428-32