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Study suggests the optimal range is 3.36 to 5.18 mmol/L in CKD stage 3 and 3.26 to 5.53 mmol/L in CKD stages 4 to 5.
In a study, the off-clamp approach to partial nephrectomy also was associated with lower risk for acute kidney injury.
After 2000, investigators observed a deceleration in short-term improvements in graft survival.
According to researchers, 57.3% of men who underwent salvage robot-assisted radical prostatectomy were pad-free at 12 months.
Solifenacin plus tamsulosin improved all symptoms on the ureteral stent symptom questionnaire.
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