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Akis, who was also on holiday, was handsome and charming and, like me, had just finished with a long-term partner.
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After a long career in the wine business, as Managing Director of KEO for 8 years and previously its chief winemaker for 25 years, Akis decided to follow his dream and build his own boutique winery in order to craft quality wines from the finest Cypriot and international grape varieties found on the island.
Lizzie, originally from Weoley Castle, Birmingham, was holidaying in Wales last Christmas when she fell for engineer Akis at a family party.
Results: Out of 152 patients who underwent decompression surgical procedure for ureteric stones AKI was seen in 49(32.2%).
AKI reflects structural injury preceding an abrupt loss of kidney function, leading to either an increase in SCr or a decrease in urinary output (Petaja et al., 2016; Shaw, 2012).
Objectives: To determine severity and outcome of AKI in pediatric population using pediatric RIFLE criteria.
pRIFLE (Pediatric Risk, Injury, Failure, Loss, End) criteria was applied to all cases of tetanus to categorize them as having AKI or not, on the basis of estimated creatinine clearance (ECCL).
Obesity is associated with multiple comorbidities; hence, obese patients are postulated to have a higher risk of developing AKI. In fact, previous studies focusing on postsurgery and critically ill patients demonstrated that obese patients were more likely to develop AKI [4-8].
Study population included EP with AKI. EP were defined as population having age of 65 years or above [10, 11].
AKI is defined as the abrupt (within 48 h) and sustained decline of renal function [8].
Repeat serum creatinine that afternoon showed a continued rise to 3.04mg/dL (eGFR 26.82 mL/min/1.73 [m.sup.2]), consistent with a stage-2 AKI by Kidney Disease: Improving Global Outcomes (KDIGO) criteria.