A STUDY ON CLINICAL PROFILE AND OUT-COME OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN ACUTE GASTROENTERITIS IN A TERTIARY CARE CENTRE

Dr. G.. Swarnalatha x Swarnalatha Devi, Dr. R. Bhargavi, Dr.Tadi Srujanitha

Abstract


In India, acute kidney injury (AKI) due to diarrhea is not uncommon in adults and elderly people. Therefore, understanding of the clinical spectrum of the disease is needed to devise methods to improve the final outcome due to this problem

Keywords


ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY, ACUTE TUBULAR NECRO-SIS,NOVEL BIOMARKERS FOR AKI.

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