41 min

AKI Part 2 - Special Circumstances and Complications FOAMdation

    • Medicine

Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) is a disease process that carries a significant mortality impact. The complications that accompany AKI can be difficult to manage and may require specialist input if resistant to treatment. The management of AKI also changes when faced with some special situations.
Dr Aled Lewis is a Consultant Nephrologist at Glan Clwyd Hospital, North Wales. In this second part focussed on AKI, we discuss the complications of AKI, their management and some special situations that may alter the management of AKI.
 
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Gareth
@garEMlyn
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Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) is a disease process that carries a significant mortality impact. The complications that accompany AKI can be difficult to manage and may require specialist input if resistant to treatment. The management of AKI also changes when faced with some special situations.
Dr Aled Lewis is a Consultant Nephrologist at Glan Clwyd Hospital, North Wales. In this second part focussed on AKI, we discuss the complications of AKI, their management and some special situations that may alter the management of AKI.
 
Speak soon
Gareth
@garEMlyn
GET IN TOUCH! Either through the comments section or email foamdation@gmail.com if there are any comments or corrections or if you want to be involved with future topics.
RATE US on iTunes to help others find the resource more easily!
SHARE US with others you think would benefit or even your training leads to help us distribute the resource further! Twitter: @FOAMdation

41 min