acute renal failure

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Synonyms for acute renal failure

renal failure associated with burns or other trauma or with acute infection or obstruction of the urinary tract

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Sixteen cases of acute kidney injury following the use of synthetic cannabinoids were identified in the United States in 2012, according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Acute Kidney Injury complicates approximately 5 to 15% of hospitalizations, and is associated with a five-fold or more increase in hospital mortality rates.
Outcome of critically ill patients with acute kidney injury using the AKIN criteria.
Jay Koyner: Countless small and several large-scale multicenter studies have been published [Translational Research Investigating Biomarker Endpoints-AKI (TRIBE-AKI), Early Intervention with Erythropoietin Does Not Affect the Outcome of Acute Kidney Injury (EARLY-ARF) trial, and Evaluation of Novel Biomarkers from Acutely 111 Patients at Risk for Acute Kidney Injury Trial (Astute Medical Sapphire)].
Expression, circulation, and excretion profile of microRNA-21, -155, and -18a following acute kidney injury.
Researchers from University of British Columbia and the Lady Davis Institute at the Jewish General Hospital in Montreal studied more than two million statin users and found that patients taking higher strength pills were more at risk of suffering acute kidney injury.
They discuss fluids and electrolytes, preoperative cardiac risk stratification, surgical critical care, trauma, hernia, pediatric surgery, benign and malignant breast diseases, melanoma, small and large bowel tumors, diseases of the pancreas, carotid artery atheromatous disease, peripheral vascular diseases, abdominal aortic diseases, gastrointestinal endoscopy, obstetric and gynecological problems, the role of interventional radiology in surgery, infections, perioperative acute kidney injury, surgical education, cancer, and other topics.
Although available data do not show a risk of acute kidney injury when the OTC products are taken at the lower doses for laxative use, when used at higher doses for bowel cleansing they are associated with the same risks as the prescription OSP products.
They cover kidney function; the prevention, treatment, and management of disorders associated with chronic kidney disease; nutrition issues associated with different populations, disorders such as acute kidney injury, nephritic syndrome, and nephrolithiasis; and complementary and alternative medicine, cultural issues, and outcomes research.
Clinical program to take place at University Health Network - Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto; trial will evaluate ability of RIC to reduce acute kidney injury induced by intraoperative renal ischemia --
Deal Expands Global Access to First-Of-Its-Kind FDA-Cleared Test for Acute Kidney Injury Risk
Studies Examine Use of Biomarkers in Patients with Risk Factors for Acute Kidney Injury
The model showed that iso-osmolar contrast media was associated with lower overall cost nearly $700 savings per patient - when compared to low-osmolar contrast media in regard to contrast-induced acute kidney injury (CI-AKI).
According to nephrologists from University of Alabama at Birmingham, nephrotoxicity - the poisonous effect of a substance on the kidneys - from designer drugs such as SPICE or K2, which mimic the effects of marijuana but are man-made and cannot be detected in routine drug tests, should be considered when a patient presents with acute kidney injury and no other evident cause.
That acute kidney injury has set in, it is rather too late.
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