Treatment for Septic Patients with Acute Kidney Injury

@inproceedings{2011TreatmentFS,
  title={Treatment for Septic Patients with Acute Kidney Injury},
  author={},
  year={2011}
}
  • Published 2011
Background: Sepsis is the commonest precipitating factor for acute kidney injury in hospitalised patients, and similarly patients with acute kidney injury are predisposed to sepsis. Mortality remains high despite improvements in supportive care. Methods: Literature search of Medline and Web of Science. Results: Above a threshold dialytic dose of 20 ml/kg/h for continuous renal replacement therapy and a sessional Kt/V of 1.2 for intermittent dialysis, further increases in dose do not appear to… CONTINUE READING

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