Subash Vijaya Kumar, M Sasi Kala, Satyendra Garg, Guru Sharan, Manoj K Deka
Subash Vijaya Kumar*, M Sasi Kala, Satyendra Garg, Guru Sharan and Manoj K Deka
Department of Pharmacology, Himalayan Pharmacy Institute, Sikkim-737136.
Volume - 3,
Issue - 2,
Year - 2010
Acute renal failure is characterized by a rapid fall in glomerular filtration rate, clinically manifest as an abrupt and sustained rise in urea and creatinine. Life threatening consequences include volume overload, hyperkalaemia, and metabolic acidosis. Our review mainly focused on acute renal failure severity and control is important in the evaluation of patients and their response to treatment. We developed a search strategy to find any publications about the diseases and its etiology. These to search the MEDLINE (1983 to current update) CINAHL, DOAJ,PUBMED databases using the key phrases causes of acute renal failure, diagnosis of renal failure. We identified supporting evidence and generated recommendations and/or directions for future research. This article examines the various complications that may be observed in patients with acute renal failure, while discuss treatment approaches and also emphasizing the need for interdisciplinary team work in improving the quality of life of patients.
Cite this article:
Subash Vijaya Kumar, M Sasi Kala, Satyendra Garg, Guru Sharan, Manoj K Deka. A Prospective Study of Aetiology, Pathogenesis, Management and Outcome of Acute Renal Failure. Research J. Pharm. and Tech. 3(2): April- June 2010; Page 327-332.