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Send to:Choose Destination File Clipboard Collections E-mail Order My Bibliography Performing your original search, rrt for renal failure, in PubMed will retrieve 769 records.QJM. 2002 Sep;95(9):579-83.Acute renal failure requiring renalreplacement therapy: incidence and outcome.Metcalfe W, Simpson M, Khan IH, Prescott GJ, Simpson K, Smith WC, MacLeod AM; ScottishRenal Registry.SourceDepartment of Medicine and Therapeutics, University of Aberdeen, Glasgow Royal Infirmary,Glasgow, UK. MetcalfeWendy@aol.comAbstractBACKGROUND:Renal replacement therapy (RRT) for acute renal failure (ARF) may be provided in manysettings within the hospital. Such patients require a high level of care and often have a poorprognosis. No prospective studies have accurately defined this population, making the predictionof necessary resources and the planning of services difficult.AIM:
To ascertain the incidence, causes and outcomes of acute renal failure requiring renalreplacement therapy in Scotland.DESIGN:A prospective observational census of all clinical areas providing renal replacement therapy inthree Scottish health boards (Grampian, Highland, Tayside).METHODS:Patients were identified by liaison with each unit providing RRT. Factors precipitating renalfailure and reasons for RRT were recorded at the time of initiation. Comorbid disease burdenwas scored using the Charlson index. Patient status at 90 days was assessed from case-notes,contacting general practitioners where necessary.RESULTS:375 patients per million population per year received RRT; 203 per million per year for eitherARF or acute-on-chronic renal failure. 73.5% of patients receiving RRT for ARF died within 90days, 23.5% became independent of RRT. The median duration of hospital admission was 19days.DISCUSSION:The annual incidence of ARF requiring RRT is just over 200 per million population, almosttwice that of end-stage renal disease requiring RRT. Such treatment places high demands uponhealth care resources.PMID: 12205335 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]Free full textPublication Types, MeSH TermsPublication Types Multicenter Study Research Support, Non-U.S. GovtMeSH Terms Acute Kidney Injury/epidemiology* Acute Kidney Injury/etiology Acute Kidney Injury/therapy Adult
Aged Aged, 80 and over Analysis of Variance Female Humans Incidence Male Middle Aged Prospective Studies Renal Replacement Therapy/utilization* Scotland/epidemiology Treatment OutcomeLinkOut - more resourcesFull Text Sources HighWire Press EBSCO Ingenta plc OhioLINK Electronic Journal Center Ovid Technologies, Inc. Swets Information ServicesOther Literature Sources COS Scholar Universe Labome Researcher Resource - ExactAntigen/Labomeupplemental ContentRelated citations Severe acute renal failure in adults: place of care, incidence and outcomes. [QJM. 2005] Severe acute renal failure in adults: place of care, incidence and outcomes. Hegarty J, Middleton RJ, Krebs M, Hussain H, Cheung C, Ledson T, Hutchison AJ, Kalra PA, Rayner HC, Stevens PE, et al. QJM. 2005 Sep; 98(9):661-6. Epub 2005 Jul 29.
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