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Chronic kidney disease, ventilator use, hypoalbuminemia, and higher mean arterial pressure increase the likelihood of withdrawal from renal replacement therapy for acute kidney injury.
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In a study of patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD), those in the lowest vs highest quartile of 24-hour urinary potassium excretion had a 3-fold increased risk of CKD progression.
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New tool promises to help patients decide whether radical prostatectomy or radiation therapy is their best treatment option.
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Findings from a small study suggest it could be an effective, safe, and attractive alternative to fluoroquinolones, bacterial resistance to which is becoming increasingly prevalent.
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In a new study of patients with chronic kidney disease, the presence of kidney stones, compared with their absence, was significantly associated with a 2.3-fold increased risk of osteoporotic fracture.
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In a randomized trial, sertraline eased depressive symptoms better than cognitive behavioral therapy in patients on maintenance hemodialysis.
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In a study, chronic kidney disease was nearly twice as likely to develop in patients who had post-operative complications following nephron-sparing surgery.
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A large retrospective study found that the acid-suppressing medications increase the risk of acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease.
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New findings suggest that diabetic patients with advanced chronic kidney disease may need different glucose control strategies depending on whether or not they are transitioning to dialysis.
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New findings suggest that diabetic patients with advanced chronic kidney disease may need different glucose control strategies depending on whether or not they are transitioning to dialysis.
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