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Managing AKI in ICU Trauma Patients: The Role of a Multidisciplinary Team

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Managing AKI in ICU Trauma Patients: The Role of a Multidisciplinary Team

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    Given the increasing medical complexity of ICU trauma patients with or at risk for acute kidney injury (AKI), a multidisciplinary care team plays a critical role in this setting. To learn more about how we can identify, monitor, and manage AKI in ICU trauma patients and optimize our multidisciplinary approach from a protocol perspective, Dr. Javed Butler speaks with Drs. Gates Colbert and Jim Januzzi. Dr. Colbert is an Assistant Clinical Professor at Texas A&M College of Medicine, and Dr. Januzzi is the Director of the Dennis and Maryland Berry Fellowship and Cardiology Research at the Massachusetts General Hospital.

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    Given the increasing medical complexity of ICU trauma patients with or at risk for acute kidney injury (AKI), a multidisciplinary care team plays a critical role in this setting. To learn more about how we can identify, monitor, and manage AKI in ICU trauma patients and optimize our multidisciplinary approach from a protocol perspective, Dr. Javed Butler speaks with Drs. Gates Colbert and Jim Januzzi. Dr. Colbert is an Assistant Clinical Professor at Texas A&M College of Medicine, and Dr. Januzzi is the Director of the Dennis and Maryland Berry Fellowship and Cardiology Research at the Massachusetts General Hospital.

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Schedule26 May 2024