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Dr. Shekhar M. Kumbhar, Dr. Vasant Devkar, DR. R.P. Patange


Introduction: Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) presents a significant challenge in healthcare, with profound implications for patient outcomes and healthcare resources. Despite advancements, AKI continues to carry high morbidity and mortality rates. Timely recognition and effective management are paramount to mitigate its impact. This paper aims to provide a succinct overview of AKI management, focusing on key interventions and their impact on patient outcomes.
Objective: This study seeks to evaluate the efficacy of various management strategies for AKI in improving patient outcomes. By examining current literature and evidence-based practices, it aims to identify optimal interventions, including timely intervention, fluid optimization, medication review, renal replacement therapy, and nutritional support. Understanding the effectiveness of these strategies will guide clinicians in optimizing AKI management.
Results: Evaluation of AKI management strategies underscore the importance of timely intervention, addressing underlying causes, fluid optimization, medication review to prevent nephrotoxicity, renal replacement therapy, and nutritional support. Additionally, monitoring for complications and long-term follow-up are crucial for optimizing outcomes. These findings emphasize the multifaceted nature of AKI management and the need for a comprehensive approach.
Conclusion: In conclusion, effective management of AKI requires a multifaceted approach, encompassing timely recognition, appropriate interventions, and comprehensive monitoring. By addressing underlying risk factors, optimizing supportive care, and preventing complications, healthcare providers can improve patient outcomes and alleviate the burden of AKI. Continued research and collaboration are essential to refine management strategies and enhance AKI prognosis.

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DR. R.P. Patange, D. S. M. K. D. V. D. (2024). ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY (AKI): RISK FACTORS, MANAGEMENT, AND PROGNOSIS. Obstetrics and Gynaecology Forum, 34(3s), 411–420. Retrieved from

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