A recent panel concluded, “The current methods for defining AKI using routinely collected data are inconsistent and poorly described in the available literature.” Learn more about their recommendations for establishing consensus definitions and practices for AKI data analysis.
Exploring Sepsis & AKI: Interview with Dr. Alexander Flannery
By the bioMérieux Connection Editors In a recent interview with Dr. Alexander Flannery, a Critical Care Pharmacist at the University of Kentucky HealthCare, we had the opportunity to discuss his team’s research on sepsis-associated acute kidney disease (AKD)—a term that Dr. Flannery uses to refer to “a non-resolving acute kidney injury (AKI) that lasts at …
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Studies Find Decreasing Rates of COVID-19 Related Acute Kidney Injury as Pandemic Progresses
COVID-19 related Acute Kidney Injury is a very serious complication that medical professional have struggled to with. Read more about how they are fighting to improve patient treatment and save lives.
It’s World Kidney Day: Learn About What Your Kidneys Do, Chronic Kidney Disease, & Acute Kidney Injury
World Kidney Day, observed every year on the second Thursday of March, is a global campaign aimed at raising awareness about the importance kidney health, kidney injury, and kidney disease.
The Value of Diagnostics in Combatting Antimicrobial Resistance – A Public Health Problem
At this year’s World Anti-Microbial Resistance Congress, Dr. Tristan Timbrook delivered a...