Langefeld CD, Divers J, Pajewski NM, Hawfield AT, Reboussin DM, Bild DE, Kaysen GA, Kimmel PL, Raj DS, Ricardo AC, Wright JT Jr, Sedor JR, Rocco MV, Freedman BI. Apolipoprotein L1 gene variants associate with prevalent kidney but not prevalent cardiovascular disease in the Systolic Blood Pressure Intervention Trial
. Kidney Int. 2015;87(1):169-175.
Pilozzi-Edmonds L, Shahid K, Cabrera MA, Hladunewich MA, Hawfield AT, Joseph G, Michaeloff N, Podymow T. Glomerulonephritis and morbid nephrotic syndrome presenting in pregnancy: a case series [abstract]. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2014;25(Abstract Suppl):503A.
Langefeld CD, Divers J, Pajewski NM, Hawfield AT, Reboussin D, Bild D, Kaysen GA, Kimmel PL, Raj DS, Ricardo AC, Wright JT, Sedor JR, Rocco MV, Freedman BI. Association between apolipoprotein L1 gene variants with prevalent kidney and cardiovascular disease: systolic blood pressure intervention trial (SPRINT) [abstract]. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2014;25(Abstract Suppl):415A.
Shaltout HA, Marsh AP, Laurienti P, Basu S, Klebous CC, Kus N, Morgan A, DosSantos PC, Norris JL, Miller G, Rejeski J, Hawfield AT, Diz DI, Kim-Shapiro DB. Effect of adding beet root juice to exercise on physical performance and cardiovascular measures in old hypertensive subjects [abstract]. Hypertension. 2014;64(Suppl 1):A462.
Hawfield AT, Russell GB, Burkart JM, Chandramohan V. Erythropoietin maximum dose reduction protocol for hemodialysis [abstract]. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2011;22(Abstract Suppl):478A.
Hawfield A. Hypertension In: Capezuti L, Siegler EL, Mezey MD, eds. The encyclopedia of elder care: the comprehensive resource on geriatric and social care. 2nd ed. New York: Springer;2008: 429-432.
Perni U, Sharma V, Helseth G, Hawfield A, Sison C, August P. Sequential profiles of angiogenic factors distinguish chronic hypertension with preeclampsia from uncomplicated chronic hypertension [abstract]. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2008;19():91A.
Perni U, Sharma V, Helseth G, Hawfield A, Sison C, August P. Sequential profiles of angiogenic factors distinguish chronic hypertensive pregnant women who develop superimposed preeclampsia from those who do not [abstract]. Hypertens Pregnancy. 2008;27(4):458.
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Associate Professor, Nephrology
Preeclampsia, Nephrology, Electrolyte Disorders, Medical Complications of Pregnancy, Hypertension (difficult), Kidney Disease
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*Dr. Hawfield is everything one would expect from a doctor. Very lucky to have been referred to her.
This is one of the best Dr.'s I have, but all my Dr.'s at WFBH are great. #1. The very best.
I've always received excellent care from *Dr. A. Hawfield. I'm more than satisfied with her.
All of the above were very professional & were concerned about me.
First visit to *Dr. Hawfield by referral of family doctor. Would never want to see anyone other than *Dr. Hawfield.
I have recommended her to my neighbor -
The only person I drive 50 mi. to go to the dr's. @ Baptist is because of the great care.
Lack of concern of being involved to promote efforts to decrease further kidney failure. (Need to be involved.)
The very best there is, always trying to improve any way to help my husband, we can call when any is going wrong she will see him.
Would love to have *Dr. Hawfield as my primary care provider - A great physician -