AKD

(redirected from Acute Kidney Disease)
AcronymDefinition
AKDAmerican Klassic Designs (Alabama)
AKDAlpha Kappa Delta (Sociology National Honor Society)
AKDAlkyl Ketene Dimer
AKDAutomatic Key Distribution
AKDAqeel Karim Dhedi (Securities; Pakistan)
AKDAlpine Kinderklinik Davos (German: Alpine Children's Hospital Davos; Davos, Switzerland)
AKDAcute Kidney Disease
AKDDock Cargo Ship
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In chronic and acute kidney disease, the expression of BMP-7 is decreased; meanwhile TGF-[beta]1 expression is increased.
Acute kidney disease grade N % 0 82 40.8 0 B-C 81 40.3 1 26 12.9 2 8 3.98 3 4 1.99 AKD grade 1-3 38 18.9 Table 4: Logistic regression model presenting odds ratios for estimates of CKD (GFR under 60 mL/min/1.73 [m.sup.2]) according to creatinine at follow-up analysis weighted for the risk of death before follow-up.
She was suffering from an acute kidney disease and weighed just 30lb (13.5kg) at the time of her death, Nottingham Coroner's Court heard..
An analysis of data from a national probability survey showed that the number of patients hospitalized with a diagnosis of either chronic or acute kidney disease rose from 416,000 in 1980 to 1.6 million in 2005, reported Dr.
For this report, kidney disease hospitalizations were classified as those for which kidney disease was listed first through seventh among discharge diagnoses as International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM) codes 580-589, which include acute kidney disease, ARF, ESRD, CKF, and other kidney diseases.
Most clinicians are familiar with the renal syndromes caused by NSAIDs and tend to be concerned about acute kidney disease or dysfunction.
Keep in mind that some children without kidney damage--who have eithernormal or elevated glomerular filtration-may be at increased risk for kidney disease if they have a family history of kidney disease or if they have ever had acute kidney disease. Other risk factors include urologic diseases such as obstructive uropathy, hyperplasia, dysplasia, and vascular urethral reflux, Dr.
THE CLOSURE of University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff's in-patient services for children with acute kidney disease means Welsh children will be forced to travel from across Wales to Bristol for vital surgery.
King was senior director of discovery and translational biology at Ardelyx and before that led AbbVie's scientific strategy and discovery team for chronic and acute kidney diseases.
During the event, Nephrologists explained that pregnancy could be a major cause of acute kidney diseases in women of childbearing age.
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