Acute Kidney Injury Care
Acute renal failure (ARF), commonly referred to as acute kidney injury (AKI), is a brief period of kidney damage or failure that lasts only a few hours or days. AKI makes it challenging for your kidneys to maintain the ideal fluid balance in your body because it results in a buildup of waste products in your blood. The brain, heart, and lungs are just a few of the many organs that AKI can affect. Intensive care units, hospitalised patients, and elderly persons in particular frequently have acute renal damage.
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Symptoms Of Acute Kidney Injury
Causes Of Acute Kidney Injury
Acute kidney injury can be caused by a variety of factors. AKI can be caused by any of the following factors: