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Approaches to neonatal acute kidney injury consultation and follow-up: results of a provider survey

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Fig. 1: Provider reported follow-up practices and laboratory assessment for infants with neonatal AKI.

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The authors would like to thank Samantha Wallace and Anna Latimer (Department of Pediatrics, Indiana University School of Medicine) for help with survey design, technical editing, and proofreading of this manuscript. We would like to thank all who participated in this survey.

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AF, MCS: significant contributions to the design and conception, data analysis and interpretation, drafting the manuscript, critical revision of the manuscript, and final approval. DA, DS: contributions to the design and conception, data analysis, interpretation, and critical revision of the manuscript. CS, MWH, JRC, TM, SM: contributions to design and revision of the manuscript.

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Correspondence to Michelle C. Starr.

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All authors report no real or perceived conflicts of interest that could affect the study design, collection, analysis, and interpretation of data, the writing of the report, or the decision to submit the manuscript for publication. For full disclosure, we provide the additional list of authors’ other funding not directly related to this study. DA is a consultant for Baxter, Nuwellis, Medtronic Bioporto, and Seastar. His institution receives grant funding for education and research that is not related to this project from NIH, Baxter, Nuwellis, Medtronic, Bioporto, and Seastar. He has patents pending on inventions to improve the kidney care of neonates. He is the Founder and Chief Scientific Officer for Zorro-Flow. MS is supported in part by the Indiana University School of Medicine Physician Scientist Initiative and the NIH/NHLBI and NIH/NIDDK. JRC is supported by the NIH/NIDDK, consultant for Medtronics. CS MWH JRC DJA SM DS and MCS are board members of the Neonatal Kidney Collaborative. The authors have no financial disclosures. The funding sources for this study had no role in the design and conduct of the study; collection, management, analysis, and interpretation of the data; preparation, review, or approval of the manuscript; and decision to submit the manuscript for publication.

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Feeney, A., Slagle, C.L., Harer, M.W. et al. Approaches to neonatal acute kidney injury consultation and follow-up: results of a provider survey. J Perinatol (2024).

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