Acute kidney injury/acute renal failure: standardizing nomenclature, definitions and staging

@article{Farley2007AcuteKI,
  title={Acute kidney injury/acute renal failure: standardizing nomenclature, definitions and staging},
  author={Suzanne J. Farley},
  journal={Nature Clinical Practice Nephrology},
  year={2007},
  volume={3},
  pages={405-405}
}
  • S. Farley
  • Published 1 August 2007
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Nature Clinical Practice Nephrology
Acute kidney injury/acute renal failure: standardizing nomenclature, definitions and staging 

Acute Kidney Injury: Definitions, Incidence, Diagnosis, and Outcome

TLDR
No effective new therapy for AKI has been introduced so far and better avenues for progress may be novel diagnostic tests and a clearer understanding of the factors associated with the development of AKI in both surgical and critically ill patients and how to prevent it.

TO FIND OUT ETIOLOGY AND CLINICAL PROFILE OF PATIENTS OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY AT TERTIARY CARE CENTRE OF INDORE

TLDR
The most commonly observed clinical feature was oliguria closely followed by malaise and vomiting in acute kidney injury, the most common cause being AGE followed by septicemia, poisoning, multi organ dysfunction syndrome.

Récupération de la fonction rénale après insuffisance rénale aigüe en réanimation selon la technique d’épuration extra rénale

TLDR
Dans notre etude, il n’y avait pas de difference de recuperation de the fonction renale en sortie d’hopital ou a six mois, mais plus of patients du groupe HDI sortaient de reanimation en etant dependants d”une epuration extrarenale.