Renal replacement therapy in acute kidney injury: controversy and consensus

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acute kidney injury 2 nephrologydiseases
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furosemide 8164 recover renal function prior to [[15]] or after [[16]] the initiation of RRT. Also, an isovolumic ‘ furosemide stress test’ may help predict which patients will progress to more severe AKI [[17]].The decision
furosemide 10789 surprisingly, this predictive ability can be negatively influenced by the use of diuretics. However, the furosemide -induced response in patients without immediate recovery of renal function within 24 hours after cessation
furosemide 11351 disease severity rather than indicating that too early discontinuation is harmful. Administration of furosemide after termination of RRT increases urinary volume and sodium excretion but does not shorten the duration
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acute kidney injury 49 Title: Critical CareRenal replacement therapy in acute kidney injury : controversy and consensusClaudio RoncoZaccaria RicciDaniel De BackerJohn A KellumFabio S TacconeMichael
acute kidney injury 533 /2015AbstractRenal replacement therapies (RRTs) represent a cornerstone in the management of severe acute kidney injury . This area of intensive care and nephrology has undergone significant improvement and evolution in recent

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