Dr. Zachary Brener is a board-certified nephrologist (kidney and blood pressure specialist) and internist (general medical doctor) based in Brooklyn, New York.
Dr. Brener completed advanced training in nephrology at the Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, where he was a teacher of physicians-in-training. He is currently an Attending Physician at the Beth Israel Medical Center, Manhattan and Kings Highway Divisions, Brooklyn, New York Community, and New York Methodist Hospitals, Brooklyn, an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and has published more than 25 scientific papers, book chapters, and abstracts. Dr. Brener has received outstanding reviews from patients and his practice is dedicated to providing compassionate, individualized, high-quality care.
Dr. Brener specializes in all aspects of nephrology: hemodialysis, hypertension, glomerular diseases, acid-base and electrolyte disturbances. He is currently Medical Director of NEOMY Dialysis Center, located on 1122 Coney Island Ave, Brooklyn.…
1. Brener ZZ, Winchester JF, Salman H, Bergman M. Nephrolithiasis: evaluation and management. South Med J. 2011 104(2):133-139
2. Brener ZZ, Thijssen S, Kotanko P, Kuhlmann MK, Bergman M, Winchester JF, Levin NW. The impact of residual renal function on hospitalization and mortality in incideny hemodialysis patients. Blood Purif. 2011 14;31(4):243-251
3. Brener ZZ, Paiusco AD, Bergman M. Acute liver failure following hemodialysis arteriovenous graft placement: a case report. J Med Case Reports. 2010 10(4):261
4. Samara A, Bergman M, Vitrai J, Brener ZZ, Salman H. Recovery of transient pericardial constriction following steroid administration. Heart Lung Circ. 2010 19(8):470-472
5. Brener ZZ, Kotanko P, Thijssen S, Winchester JF, Bergman M. Cliniocal benefits of preserving residual renal function in dialysis patients: an update for clinicians. Am J Med Sci. 2010 339(5):453-456
6. Brener ZZ, Bilik I, Khorets B, Winchester JF, Bergman M. Rhabdomyolysis following clarithromycin monotherapy. Am J Med Sci. 2009 Jul;338(1):78
7. Brener ZZ, Zhuravenko I, Bergman M. Acute kidney injury in a patient with nontuberculous myobacterial infections: a case report. Cases J. 2009 Jan 23;2(1):83.
8. Brener ZZ, Bergman M, Ohm HK, Winchester JF. Acute non-occlusive mesenteric ischemia of the small bowel in a patient started on hemodialysis: a case report. Cases J. 6;1(1):217, 2008
9. Brener ZZ, Zhuravenko I, Bergman M. Acute myocardial injury following penicillin-associated anaphylactic reaction in a patient with normal coronary arteries. Am J Med Sci. 334(4):305-307, 2007
Brener ZZ, Zhuravenko I, Codrin IJ, Bergman M. An unusual presentation of renal cell carcinoma with late metastases to the small intestine, thyroid gland, nose and scull base. Nephrol Dial Transplant. 22:930-932, 2007
Brener ZZ, Harbord NB, , Zhuravenko I, Nicastri AD, Bergman M, Dubrow A, Feinfeld D, Winchester J. Acute renal failure in a patient with West Nile viral encephalitis. Nephrol Dial Transplant. 22:662-663, 2007
Van der Sande FM, Rosales LM, Brener Z, Kooman JP, Kuhlmann M, Handelman G, Greenwood RN, Schneditz D, Leunisen KM, Levin NW. Effect of ultrafiltration on thermal variables, skin temperature, skin blood flow, and energy expenditure during ultrapure hemodialysis. J Am Soc Nephrol. 16(6):1824-31, 2005
Metry G, Rahmati S, Giller C, Kaufman A, Schneditz D, Brener Z, Boniece I, Ronco F, Ronco C, Levin NW. Online monitoring of cerebral hemodynamics during HD. AJKD. 40(5):996-1004, 2002
Brener Z, Cohen L, Goldberg SJ, Kaufman A. ANCA-associated vasculitis in Greek siblings with chronic exposure to silica. AJKD. 38(5):E28, 2001
1. Bergman M, Brener ZZ, Salman, H: Postoperative Constrictive Pericarditis – Present Approach. In: Coronary Artery Bypasses. RT Hammond, ed, New York: Nova Science Publishers, 2009
2. Harbord NB, Brener ZZ, Feinfeld DA, Winchester JF: Dialysis and hemoperfusion in the treatment of poisoning and drug overdose. In: Therapy in nephrology & hypertension. A companion to Brenner & Rector’s The Kidney, CS Wilcox, ed., Philadelphia: WB Saunders Company, 2008., pp. 1073-1080
Less than 6 months agoby Rivka E. (Verified Patient)
Dr. Brenner is a goldmine in the MD field! He was calm, pleasant, and not rushed, or distracted, with me. I felt like a valued patient. I HIGHLY recommend Dr. Brenner! And by the way: Kudos to 2 staff I interacted with! You know how to treat your patients!
September 12, 2013by David K. (Verified Patient)
Office is clean. Tries to see patients on time. he was good. He is not an 'expert" and told me the doctor I had been seeing knew more than him..but for a common and not rare problem he is a qualified nephrologist. I am sure the average patient would be quite satisfied. I have a rare condition that is hard to treat and diagnose the source..he may have to refer me out to an environmental medicine hopsital as he agreed there are NO environmental doctors in my area.NONE.. (Envronmental doctors deral with toxicity to hwavy metals--lead--arsenic--water toxicity-aspestos..not easy to find )....But in general was SATISFIED