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Bottom line, this is a great textbook and something every fellow should have. I would only try using this book for board prep if you have a dedicated group.
RFN has over topics currently cataloged. I used renal fellow network extensively and thought it was a great way to read about interesting topics. We hope to continue this for years to come.
Cost- Free NephSAP was probably the most disappointing series from a board prep perspective in my view. The text was not helpful, in my opinion, for high yield study prep. However, you can access the online version of the exam questions which are worth reading a few weeks prior to the exam.
Each of these can be useful study tools. Nate has already commented on the utility of Burton Rose-Acid Base which I would completely agree with.
Interestingly, it seems that many institutions are forgoing their subscription to UpToDate secondary to cost. The Primer might be a better way to study as it is more concise than Comprehensive Clinical Nephrology. Maybe someone can comment on this.
In conclusion, I was a little disappointed with the study prep options available for the nephrology ABIM subspecialty exam. Especially with the multitude of options available for the Internal Medicine exam.
My main problem was the lack of good question banks that are specifically geared for Nephrology. NephSAP provides a few, but this was hardly enough. The MKSAP nephrology section questions are a little to broad and frankly do not go into enough detail that a nephrology fellow needs. This is not, by any means, a comprehensive list of study options.