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Changes in renal functions of sickle cell anemia patients during and after painful crisis

Aim: We aimed to investigate glomerular filtration rate (GFR) observed during the painful crisis and 15 days after the painful crisis of sickle cell anemia (SCA) patients. Material and Method: A total of 38 patients with SCA were included in the study. 25 of these patients were male, and 13 were female. The amount of creatinine and albumin in urine…

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  • Recieved 20.10.2017
  • Accepted 08.10.2017
  • Published Online 18.10.2017
  • Printed 01.09.2017
  • DOI 10.4328/AEMED.119
  • Author Can Huzmeli, Edip Ucar, Ali Borazan, Hasan Kaya
  • Identifier J Ann Eu Med 2017;5(3): 64-67
  • Index Page 64-67
  • How to Cite Can Huzmeli, Edip Ucar, Ali Borazan, Hasan Kaya . Changes in renal functions of sickle cell anemia patients during and after painful crisis. J Ann Eu Med 2017;5(3): 64-67
  • Running Title Sickle cell anemia and glomerular filtration rate
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Early period effect of the massive effusion drainage on hemodynamic and pulmonary functions

Aim: The objective of our study was to put forth the acute changes in hemodynamic and pulmonary functions following massive pleural effusion via thoracoscopy. Material and Method: A total of 20 patients who underwent thoracoscopy due to massive pleural effusion between January 2012 and January 2013 were included in our study. Partial oxygen pressure, partial carbondioxide pressure, respiratory rate, pulse…

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  • Recieved 17.10.2017
  • Accepted 27.10.2017
  • Published Online 01.09.2017
  • Printed 30.10.2017
  • DOI 10.4328/AEMED.118
  • Author Omer Faruk Demir, Omer Onal
  • Identifier J Ann Eu Med 2017;5(3): 60-63
  • Index Page 60-63
  • How to Cite Omer Faruk Demir, Omer Onal . Early period effect of the massive effusion drainage on hemodynamic and pulmonary functions. J Ann Eu Med 2017;5(3): 60-3
  • Running Title Effect of the massive pleural effusion drainage
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Spectrum and outcome of acute kidney injury: a tertiary care centre experience from north India

Aim: Acute kidney injury (AKI) is usually marked by a rise in serum creatinine concentration or by azotemia (a rise in blood urea nitrogen concentration). Prerenal AKI represents the most common form of kidney injury and often leads to intrinsic AKI if it is not promptly corrected. Approximately 95% of consultations with nephrologists are related to AKI. The present study…

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  • Recieved 16.05.2017
  • Accepted 05.06.2017
  • Published Online 15.06.2017
  • Printed 01.09.2017
  • DOI 10.4328/AEMED.114
  • Author Hari Krishan Aggarwal, Deepak Jain, Ajit Singh, Raj Kumar Yadav, Promil Jain
  • Identifier J Ann Eu Med 2017;5(3): 53-59
  • Index Page 53-59
  • How to Cite Hari Krishan Aggarwal, Deepak Jain, Ajit Singh, Raj Kumar Yadav, Promil Jain . Spectrum and outcome of acute kidney injury: a tertiary care centre experience from north India. J Ann Eu Med 2017;5(3): 53-59
  • Running Title Spectrum and outcome of acute kidney injury
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