Neuroanesthesia and Intensive Care Best evidence in anesthetic practice Prevention : dopamine does not prevent death , acute renal failure , or need for dialysis

@inproceedings{Kellum2008NeuroanesthesiaAI,
  title={Neuroanesthesia and Intensive Care Best evidence in anesthetic practice Prevention : dopamine does not prevent death , acute renal failure , or need for dialysis},
  author={John A. Kellum},
  year={2008}
}
Structured abstract Question: Does low-dose (< 5 μg·kg–1·min–1) dopamine prevent death, acute renal failure (ARF), or hemodialysis requirements in critically ill patients? Data sources: Studies were identified by MEDLINE (1966–1999) search for articles on kidney (drug effects) and dopamine, limited to clinical trials and systematic reviews. Citation review of original reports and reviews was also performed. Study selection: Studies were selected if they were studied human subjects, used low… CONTINUE READING