Acute kidney injury (AKI) is a global concern that affects patient outcomes and resource utilization. An effective educational programme aimed at improving early AKI identification, triaging and treatment, using risk scores and care bundles coupled with access to point-of-care diagnostics, can help to prevent AKI-related deaths in regions with limited resources.
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I am grateful to all of those with whom I have had the pleasure to work through the International Society of Nephrology 0by25 and other related projects.
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Claure-Del Granado, R. Reducing preventable acute kidney injury in a hospital setting. Nat Rev Nephrol 19, 621 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41581-023-00755-4