Join us as we discuss this study which meticulously collected data from Nicaragua to shed more light on the potential mechanism of mesoamerican nephropathy
We had two good chats in the shadow of the impending Holiday vacation. Here are the summaries:
Iodinated contrast is well known to cause acute kidney injury (AKI), mainly from its physico-chemical properties, and is the commonly cited as being the third most common cause of AKI in hospitalized patients. But is this really true? Even the term contrast-induced AKI (CI-AKI) is now being increasingly replaced by contrast-associated AKI (CA-AKI), and could contrast be an 'innocent bystander'?