Journal article

High intensity continuous renal replacement therapy does not improve mortality in critically ill patients

R Bellomo

Journal of the Intensive Care Society | Published : 2010

Abstract

In critically ill patients with acute kidney injury, high intensity continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT) (effluent flow rate >25mL/kg/h) shows no benefit on 90-day mortality and is associated with more hypophosphataemia.

University of Melbourne Researchers