How do centres begin the process to prevent contrast-induced acute kidney injury: a report from a new regional collaborative.

@article{Brown2012HowDC,
  title={How do centres begin the process to prevent contrast-induced acute kidney injury: a report from a new regional collaborative.},
  author={Jeremiah R Brown and Peter A. McCullough and Mark E Splaine and Louise Davies and Cathy S. Ross and Harold L. Dauerman and John F. Robb and Richard A. Boss and David Goldberg and Frank A Fedele and Mirle A. Kellett and William James Phillips and Peter N Ver Lee and E. C. Nelson and Todd Mackenzie and Gerald T O'connor and Mark J Sarnak and David J. Malenka},
  journal={BMJ quality & safety},
  year={2012},
  volume={21 1},
  pages={54-62}
}
OBJECTIVES This study evaluates the variation in practice patterns associated with contrast-induced acute kidney injury (CI-AKI) and identifies clinical practices that have been associated with a reduction in CI-AKI. Background CI-AKI is recognised as a complication of invasive cardiovascular procedures and is associated with cardiovascular events, prolonged hospitalisation, end-stage renal disease, and all-cause mortality. Reducing the risk of CI-AKI is a patient safety objective set by the… CONTINUE READING

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