Dr. Moe spoke about the importance of nephrology research and how a prize competition can facilitate the process.
Investigators are sounding a new warning about NSAIDs and acute kidney injury in children.
Taiwan study reveals a 25% increased risk of stroke among patients who recover from dialysis-requiring acute kidney injury.
Meta-analysis reveals a 46% decreased risk of contrast-induced acute kidney injury in patients undergoing coronary catheterization.
Patients are more likely to die if their acute kidney injury was acquired in the hospital rather than in the community.
In a study of 133 cases, the proton pump inhibitor omeprazole was the leading drug cause.
Critically ill patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome are at 11 times increased risk of acute kidney injury.
Increasing ASA scores are associated with an increasing likelihood of post-operative acute kidney injury.
Use of the protocol, which is based on left ventricular end-diastolic pressure, was associated with a 59% relative risk reduction.
First in-human use of miniaturized machine shows good outcomes.
Researchers found no statistically significant incidence of CIN in a study of 2,277 patients who had a total of 2,583 CT scans with contrast.
Study of 3,886 diabetics reveals an 85% increased risk compared with diabetics who do not have depression.
In-hospital death risk is increased, a new study found.
Sepsis and diuretic and aminoglycoside use are among the factors associated with an increased risk of acute kidney injury.
Mortality rate is high, especially among patients with HIV/AIDS.
Patients with continuous deterioration of kidney function are at an increased risk of mortality.
Condition significantly increases the risk of cardiovascular events and death.