TO FIND OUT ETIOLOGY AND CLINICAL PROFILE OF PATIENTS OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY AT TERTIARY CARE CENTRE OF INDORE
Keywords:Etiology, clinical & Acute Kidney.
Background & Method: Present Study was done with an aim to find out Etiology and clinical profile of patients of Acute Kidney Injury at Tertiary Care Centre of Indore. After taking institutional ethical clearance and written consent from the patients a cross sectional observational study was conducted on 100 Patients admitted in Intensive Care Unit of INDEX MEDICAL COLLEGE AND RESEARCH CENTRE who have clinical and / or biochemical evidence of acute kidney injury, detailed thorough history taking, general physical examination, systemic examination and routine and specific lab investigations, were done to find out the underlying etiology, clinical features and outcome of Acute Kidney Injury.
Result: This study includes various etiology of acute kidney injury in the current study. Most common cause being AGE (30%) followed by septicemia (16%) and poisoning (14%). In present study 75 % of cases were of Pre Renal AKI. Post Renal and Renal AKI was present in 13% and 12% respectively.
Conclusion: The variety of clinical features were recorded and studied, the most commonly observed clinical feature was oliguria closely followed by malaise and vomiting in acute kidney injury. Acute gastrointestinal infection was the most common cause of acute kidney injury. Other frequent causes were septicemia, poisoning, multi organ dysfunction syndrome.
Keywords: Etiology, clinical & Acute Kidney.
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