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There is one clinical trial.
The actual COVID-19 epidemy is an unprecedented healthcare problem. Although acute respiratory distress syndrome is the main organ failure, acute kidney injury (AKI) has appeared to be more frequent and more severe than expected. Some data suggested a potential direct renal tropism of the virus, or undirect injury by "cytokine storm". The aims of this study are: 1. To describe incidence, severity and mortality associated with AKI during covid-19 infection in ICU 2. To identify specific risk factors for AKI 3. To explore pathophysiologic mechanism of AKI during COVID-19 infection
Description: AKI will be defined according with KDIGO guidelines: increase in creatinine of more than 1,5 fold compared to baseline Severe CVOID-19 infection is defined as 1/ confirm COVID-19 infection (by TDM and/or qRT-PCR) 2/ Requirement of ICU support during more than 72hMeasure: Primary endpoint is the incidence, the severity and the mortality associated with AKI during COVID-19 severe infection Time: 7 months
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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