Impairment of renal function in patients resuscitated from cardiac arrest: frequency, determinants and impact on outcome.

@article{Domanovits2000ImpairmentOR,
  title={Impairment of renal function in patients resuscitated from cardiac arrest: frequency, determinants and impact on outcome.},
  author={Hans Domanovits and Marcus Muellner and Fritz Sterz and Martin Schillinger and C Kl{\"o}sch and Monika Paulis and Michael M. Hirschl and Anton N. Laggner},
  journal={Wiener klinische Wochenschrift},
  year={2000},
  volume={112 4},
  pages={157-61}
}
OBJECTIVE To assess frequency, determinants, and impact on outcome of impaired renal function in cardiac arrest survivors. PATIENTS AND METHODS In a retrospective analysis 87 patients admitted after cardiac arrest to an emergency department between 1 March 1994 and 31 October 1995 were evaluated; patients were followed until 31 December 1998 or death. Serum creatinine was measured on arrival, 24 hours, 3 and 7 days after cardiac arrest. Impaired renal function was subclassified according to… CONTINUE READING