[OPTIMIZATION OF EARLY DIAGNOSIS OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN NEWBORNS IN CRITICAL CONDITION].
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Anesteziologiia i reanimatologiia
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 2015
1) biochemical markers used in routine clinical practice were not sufficiently informative for the diagnosis of AKI. 2) For a more accurate assessment of the risk of AKI using serum creatinine, GFR calculation and evaluation on a scale RIFLE it is should be focused on performance standards, appropriate for gestational age and birth weight. 3) Evaluation of blood flow at a particular index in the resistance of the main renal arteries had the greatest predictive value and had a relatively high sensitivity and specificity for the diagnosis of AKI.
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