Sharon B. Soroko

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Fluid accumulation is associated with adverse outcomes in critically ill patients. Here, we sought to determine if fluid accumulation is associated with mortality and non-recovery of kidney function in critically ill adults with acute kidney injury. Fluid overload was defined as more than a 10% increase in body weight relative to baseline, measured in 618(More)
To determine whether a family history of osteoporosis identifies individuals with low bone mineral density (BMD), we studied 1477 white elderly (aged 60-89 years), noninstitutionalized ambulatory men (n = 600) and women (n = 877) from the Rancho Bernardo, California cohort. Family history data on biologic parents and full sisters were obtained by(More)
Sepsis commonly contributes to acute kidney injury (AKI); however, the frequency with which sepsis develops as a complication of AKI and the clinical consequences of this sepsis are unknown. This study examined the incidence of, and outcomes associated with, sepsis developing after AKI. We analyzed data from 618 critically ill patients enrolled in a(More)
This study examined the relationship between lifetime milk consumption both axial and appendicular bone mineral density in 581 postmenopausal White women. Positive significant, graded associations between milk consumption in adulthood and bone mineral density at the spine, total hip, trochanter, intertrochanter, and midradius, but not the ultradistal wrist(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Acute kidney injury (AKI) is associated with adverse outcomes in critically ill patients. The influence of preexisting chronic kidney disease (CKD) on AKI outcomes is unclear. DESIGN, SETTING, PARTICIPANTS, & MEASUREMENTS We analyzed data from a prospective observational cohort study of AKI in critically ill patients who received(More)
The association of menopause-related vasomotor symptoms with later bone mineral density (BMD) at axial and appendicular sites was examined in community-dwelling older women. Subjects were 894 postmenopausal women from the Rancho Bernardo Study who had BMD measured in 1988-1991 and responded to a 1989 mailed survey that included questions about menopause(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine patterns of lifetime caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee use, focusing on frequency and determinants for curtailing caffeinated coffee. METHODS Residents of Rancho Bernardo, a white, upper-middle class Southern California community, were surveyed about their lifetime coffee-drinking behavior; completed questionnaires were received(More)
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