Postoperative renal dysfunction independently predicts late mortality in patients undergoing aortic reconstruction.

@article{Patel2015PostoperativeRD,
  title={Postoperative renal dysfunction independently predicts late mortality in patients undergoing aortic reconstruction.},
  author={Virendra I. Patel and Robert Todd Lancaster and Emel A Ergul and Mark Frederick Conrad and Daniel J. Bertges and M. G. Schermerhorn and Philip P. Goodney and Richard Paul Cambria},
  journal={Journal of vascular surgery},
  year={2015},
  volume={62 6},
  pages={1405-12}
}
OBJECTIVE Preoperative chronic kidney disease (CKD) has been shown to predict postoperative renal complications and mortality after open aortic surgery; the impact of postoperative renal complications less severe than permanent dialysis are unknown. We evaluated the impact of postoperative renal dysfunction severity on survival using a regional quality improvement registry. METHODS Patients undergoing intact open aortic reconstruction in the Vascular Study Group of New England registry (2003… CONTINUE READING
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