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Back to basics: acute kidney injury in primary care

Back to basics: acute kidney injury in primary care

Publication date: Wednesday, 21 February 2018

About one fifth of people admitted to hospital each year as emergencies have acute kidney injury (AKI), and about two thirds of AKI starts in the community. These two useful wallcharts provide essential advice for GPs and practice nurses on how to recognise and respond to AKI in adults.

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Produced in collaboration with Public Health England and NHS England who contributed towards content. BHR contributed towards the publication funding but had no role in design or content. Final editorial control rests with the authors and editors.
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Category: Back to Basics
Edition: Volume 14, Number 1, January 2018
Print edition page(s): S40-S43

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