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Introduction: Acute kidney injury (AKI) increases mortality, hospital cost, and rate of progression toward end stage kidney disease 1-4. Early diagnosis and management of AKI is known to improve the above mentioned outcomes.
Hypothesis: the investigators will design and validate an electronic surveillance tool to screen all the ICU admissions for the earlier, more efficient diagnosis of AKI and as a result improve the outcome of AKI in ICU patients.
Methods: the investigators plan to use the patient database, and AKIN (AKI network) definition to design an electronic alert system to allow clinicians discover patients who develop AKI. Then a randomized clinical trial will be conducted to compare earlier intervention (based on Kidney Disease: Improving Global Outcomes [KDIGO] guidelines) initiated by AKI sniffer alert to the conventional management provided by primary physician in ICU.
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Rochester, MN, Scottsdale/Phoenix, AZ, Jacksonville, FL
The purpose of this study is to develop educational materials that will help patients and clinicians talk about treatment options for patients with advanced kidney disease.
Open for enrollment
The investigators are doing this research to find out if more careful assessment and elimination of potential risk factors of acute kidney injury (AKI) during the subject's perioperative period will reduce their chance of kidney damage and kidney damage related problems.
The purpose of this study is to develop a better blood test to diagnose early kidney injury in type 1 diabetes.
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