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Malte Heeg, Alexander Mertens, David Ellenberger, Gerhard A Müller, Daniel Patschan
BACKGROUND: AKI significantly worsens prognosis of hospitalized patients. This is particularly the case in patients with sepsis. The risk for aquiring sepsis is significantly increased in malignant diseases. Aim of the present retrospective study was to analyze outcomes of tumor patients with sepsis and AKI. METHODS: One-thousand and seventeen patients, treated at the ICU of the Department of Nephrology and Rheumatology of the University Hospital Göttingen from 2009 to 2011 were retrospectively analyzed for mortality, sepsis, AKI, need for renal replacement therapy (dialysis) and malignancies...
2013: BMC Anesthesiology
R W Schmidt, M J Blumenkrantz
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May 1981: International Journal of Artificial Organs
W Hummerich, A Konrads, M Schrappe, A Helber, G Wambach
Inactive renin in normal human plasma was activated in vitro either by cryoactivation (incubation at 0 degrees C/-5 degrees C up to 3 months) or acid-activation (dialysis to pH 3.0 for 48 h followed by diaylsis to pH 7.5). Plasma-renin-concentration was similar after either activation procedure (96 +/- 50 microU/ml vs 100 +/- 43 microU/ml). There was no further significant acid-activable renin after cryoactivation. These data suggest that conversion of inactive to active renin by optimized procedures is complete...
May 3, 1979: Klinische Wochenschrift
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