Increased urinary podocytes following indomethacin suggests drug-induced glomerular injury

@article{Kent2012IncreasedUP,
  title={Increased urinary podocytes following indomethacin suggests drug-induced glomerular injury},
  author={Alison L Kent and Linda Brown and Margaret Broom and Amy Broomfield and Jane Esther Dahlstrom},
  journal={Pediatric Nephrology},
  year={2012},
  volume={27},
  pages={1111-1117}
}
Preterm infants are delivered while glomerulogenesis is ongoing and may be exposed to insults, including medications that may affect renal development. Podocytes detected in the urine are an indicator of glomerular injury. The aims of this study were to determine whether preterm and term infants excrete podocytes in their urine and whether exposure to gentamicin and indomethacin increase podocyte excretion in their urine. Preterm infants <33 weeks gestation had urine collected each day while… CONTINUE READING
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