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Long Term Outcomes after Acute Kidney Injury: Lessons from the ARID Study.
The high incidence and poor short-term outcomes of acute kidney injury (AKI) have focused attention on this global healthcare issue. Concurrently, the long-term effects of AKI are increasingly appreciated, namely, increased ...
Standardizing the Early Identification of Acute Kidney Injury: The NHS England National Patient Safety Alert.
Whilst varying standards of care for patients with acute kidney injury (AKI) continue to contribute to poor outcomes, a strong focus on strategies to drive quality improvement is paramount. To this end, a national Patient ...
The effects of acute kidney injury on long-term renal function and proteinuria in a general hospitalised population.
BACKGROUND: Acute kidney injury (AKI) is common in hospitalised patients and is associated with adverse long-term consequences. There is an urgent need to understand these sequelae in general hospitalised patients utilising ...
Electronic alerts for acute kidney injury.
PURPOSE OF REVIEW: Acute kidney injury (AKI) is extremely common in hospitalized patients and its presence infers a poorer chance of survival, longer hospital stays and an increased risk of subsequent chronic kidney disease. ...
Design and Rationale of 'Tackling Acute Kidney Injury', a Multicentre Quality Improvement Study
Acute kidney injury (AKI) is common and associated with extremely poor outcomes. While strategies to tackle deficiencies in basic care delivery are advocated, robust testing of their effectiveness is also needed. The ...
Three-year outcomes after acute kidney injury: results of a prospective parallel group cohort study.
OBJECTIVES: Using a prospective study design, we aimed to characterise the effect of acute kidney injury (AKI) on long-term changes in renal function in a general hospital population. PARTICIPANTS: Hospitalised patients ...