Acute Kidney Injury (Aki)

Acute renal failure From acute kidney injury is defined as the rapid loss of kidney function within days or weeks, which leads to accumulation of nitrogenous substances in the blood (azotemia). It is often the result of insufficient renal perfusion due to serious injury, illness or surgery, but is sometimes caused by a rapidly progressive internal kidney disease. Symptoms include anorexia, nausea and vomiting. Convulsions and coma can occur if…

September 3, 2018