Clinical analysis of 207 patients who developed renal disorders during or after treatment with edaravone reported during post-marketing surveillance

@article{Hishida2007ClinicalAO,
  title={Clinical analysis of 207 patients who developed renal disorders during or after treatment with edaravone reported during post-marketing surveillance},
  author={Akira Hishida},
  journal={Clinical and Experimental Nephrology},
  year={2007},
  volume={11},
  pages={292-296}
}
The post-marketing surveillance of edaravone has reported serious adverse reactions, including renal and hepatic disorders. Renal disorders were the most frequently reported serious/important adverse reactions, which led to the evaluation of their causation by edaravone, their severity, and the recovery of renal function. A retrospective review was carried out of 207 Japanese patients with acute stroke who developed renal disorders on edaravone treatment. No particular factor other than… CONTINUE READING

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