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Kidney attack.

Here, Kellum et al say the advent of specialized teams for the care of medical and surgical emergencies has substantially changed hospital medicine and improved patient safety. The formation of similar teams should be developed to care for patients with acute kidney injury (AKI) and may have similar... Full description

Journal Title: JAMA June 6, 2012, Vol.307(21), pp.2265-2266
Main Author: Kellum, John A
Other Authors: Bellomo, Rinaldo , Ronco, Claudio
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  • Humans–Mortality
  • Incidence–Therapy
  • Practice Guidelines As Topic–Epidemiology
  • Practice Patterns, Physicians'–Epidemiology
  • Renal Replacement Therapy–Epidemiology
  • United States–Epidemiology
  • Abridged
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description: Here, Kellum et al say the advent of specialized teams for the care of medical and surgical emergencies has substantially changed hospital medicine and improved patient safety. The formation of similar teams should be developed to care for patients with acute kidney injury (AKI) and may have similar benefit for improving outcomes. Increased public awareness will translate into earlier recognition of AKI and perhaps increased research investment, and interventions for AKI will help to increase visibility for this disease and most likely will improve outcomes. Medicine and society cannot wait for the natural course to play out. Based on incidence rates and associated mortality, it is possible that in 2012 approximately 3 million people around the world will die of AKI, a condition not well understood and for which no effective treatment beyond mechanical support exists.
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