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Prevention of Contrast-Associated Acute Kidney Injury: What Should We Do?

Steven D Weisbord, Paul M Palevsky
American Journal of Kidney Diseases 2016, 68 (4): 518-521
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Gabriel Blecher

How frequent do patient-oriented bad outcomes occur, i.e. Need for RRT, permanent dialysis etc? An isolated temporary rise in creatinine is of no concern for patients.

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Dr ziyokov Joshi

Good

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Abdul Khan

After reading this article I wonder what is the general consensus here. Should I still need advocating for low dose NAC along with crystalloid and add ascorbic acid and statin to the mix?

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Taalib Monareng

Kindly forward me the paper, please.

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Daniel Ries

Another negative study. Lots of great new data in nephrology....nothing works. O joy.

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Dr ziyokov Joshi

Good

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Hussein Ghasemi

The best therapy is in uptodate application
Safia go and study

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