Molecular determinants of acute kidney injury.

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acute kidney injury 2 nephrologydiseases
chronic kidney disease 2 nephrologydiseases
glomerulonephritis 1 nephrologydiseases
interstitial nephritis 1 nephrologydiseases
metabolic acidosis 1 nephrologydiseases
nephrotic syndrome 1 nephrologydiseases

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acute kidney injury 72 Title: Journal of Injury and Violence ResearchMolecular determinants of acute kidney injury Holger HusiChristin HumanaBHF Glasgow Cardiovascular Research Centre, University of Glasgow, Glasgow,
acute kidney injury 2982 0.6% of the total healthcare costs, between £400m and £600m, are annually spent on treatment for acute kidney injury in the UK alone and as many as 22% of hospitalized patients develop AKI.[2] However, it is estimated
chronic kidney disease 6113 agents. General risk factors are age greater than 65 years, heart failure, liver disease, diabetes, chronic kidney disease with or without diabetes, sepsis, urological obstruction, iodinated contrast agents, nephrotoxic medication
chronic kidney disease 14122 sepsis, ischemia or multifactorial), and will enable to distinguish AKI from other renal disease such as chronic kidney disease .[9]A different approach to not only determine key factors and molecular modulators, but also pinpoint
glomerulonephritis 7219 renal artery stenosis or occlusion, hepatorenal syndromeRenal- Glomerular disease due to inflammation ( glomerulonephritis ), thrombosis, hemolytic uraemic syndrome- Tubular injury due to acute tubular necrosis following prolonged
interstitial nephritis 7450 ischaemia, and nephrotoxins such as aminoglycosides, radiocontrast media, cisplatin, heavy metals- Acute interstitial nephritis due to drugs (e.g. NSAIDs), infection or autoimmune diseases- Vascular disease including vasculitis,
metabolic acidosis 4458 limitable or reversible. [7] Unmanaged or delayed action can lead to a number of complications, including metabolic acidosis , high potassium levels, uremia, changes in body fluid balance, and effects to other organs, and ultimately
nephrotic syndrome 6782 depletion due to hemorrhage, severe vomiting or diarrhea, burns- Edema due to cardiac failure, cirrhosis, nephrotic syndrome - Hypotension due to cardiogenic shock, sepsis, anaphylaxis- Cardiovascular due to severe cardiac failure,

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