According to the National Kidney Foundation, Acute kidney injury (AKI) is common in hospitalized patients and can be caused by many factors, including critical illness, surgical procedures, and some medications. Risk factors include older age and chronic diseases, such as cardiovascular disease, chronic kidney disease (CKD), and diabetes. AKI is often reversible if it is discovered and treated quickly.
CDISC invites you to submit comments on version 1.0 of the Therapeutic Area User Guide for Acute Kidney Injury (TAUG-AKI) during Public Review. TAUG-AKI v1.0 focuses on data pertaining to clinical trials of therapies intended to prevent the development of AKI or treat AKI resulting from various causes (e.g., nephrotoxins, critical illness, surgical procedures).
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