January 01, 2015 Archives - Renal and Urology News

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Researchers observe significant decline in serum phosphate levels with 6 hours vs. 4 hours of treatm

Dialysis Should Be The Last Resort for AKI

In the past, acute kidney injury (AKI) used to be called acute renal failure or insufficiency. Among the most common causes of acute renal failure is so-called prerenal azotemia, which occurs when renal perfusion is inadequate or compromised, leading to a transient elevation of serum creatinine level. This can happen as a result of reduced…

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