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  • Overview

    In this episode of KDIGO Conversations in Nephrology, Dr. Kathleen Liu is joined by Dr. Jay Koyner to discuss the emerging field of persistent acute kidney injury (AKI). They delve into the question: what exactly is persistent AKI, and how does it differ from severe AKI? Dr. Liu and Dr. Koyner explore the key factors clinicians should consider when evaluating a patient's risk of developing persistent AKI. They also highlight the latest developments in this area of nephrology research, leaving listeners with valuable insights into the diagnosis and management of persistent AKI.

    Join us as we discuss:

    • What is persistent AKI, and how is it distinguished from severe AKI?
    • What clinical factors should be considered when assessing a patient's risk of persistent AKI?
    • What are some of the new developments in the field of persistent AKI research?
    • How can this knowledge be applied to improve patient care?

    This episode is supported by an independent educational grant from Baxter.

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  • Overview

    In this episode of KDIGO Conversations in Nephrology, Dr. Kathleen Liu is joined by Dr. Jay Koyner to discuss the emerging field of persistent acute kidney injury (AKI). They delve into the question: what exactly is persistent AKI, and how does it differ from severe AKI? Dr. Liu and Dr. Koyner explore the key factors clinicians should consider when evaluating a patient's risk of developing persistent AKI. They also highlight the latest developments in this area of nephrology research, leaving listeners with valuable insights into the diagnosis and management of persistent AKI.

    Join us as we discuss:

    • What is persistent AKI, and how is it distinguished from severe AKI?
    • What clinical factors should be considered when assessing a patient's risk of persistent AKI?
    • What are some of the new developments in the field of persistent AKI research?
    • How can this knowledge be applied to improve patient care?

    This episode is supported by an independent educational grant from Baxter.

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Schedule26 May 2024