Home»Original Articles»Acute renal failure

Acute renal failure

Abstract The majority of cases of acute renal failure (ARF)occur in hospital, most commonly due to acute tubule necrosis caused by multiple nephrotoxic insults, particularly hypovolaemia, hypotension and nephrotoxic drugs. In- hospital ARF carries a high mortality rate, and every attempt should be made to identify at-risk patients and prevent…

Please log in or register to see more.
Log In Register
Authors: ,

Previous post

Spinal cord compression

Next post

Fever in the returned traveller