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Cardiorenal Syndrome - Springer Nature

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Risk factors and outcome variables of cardiorenal syndrome type 1 from the nephrologist’s perspective

Background and intention In cardiorenal syndrome type 1, acute cardiac arrest or acute decompensation of chronic heart disease is the source of acute kidney injury. Every single AKI episode raises the risk of chronic kidney disease in the long run. From the nephrologist's viewpoint, we wanted to determine epidemiological characteristics and outcome variables of CRS type 1 individuals. All AKI patients treated at the Brandenburg Hospital of Brandenburg between January and December 2019 were tested for diagnostic criteria of CRS type 1. Subjects with longer stays in hospital were more likely to recover from CRS type 1 than those with shorter stays in-hospital. Conclusions The incidence of CRS type 1 is extremely high, and the mortality is much higher than AKI's average, according to the general. To ensure the long-term health of affected patients, the kidney-related follow-up care of CRS type 1 should be greatly enhanced.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11255-021-03036-w

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