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Paper Chase 4 - IV Contrast and AKI

Andrew Buelt, DO and Joe Weatherly, DO
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Low and iso-osmolar IV contrast for CT scanning is not associated with an increased incidence of acute kidney injury.

 
 

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Vincent I., 6299225 -

How come name of paper and who wrote it is not in summary? I wouldn't mind showing this study to some of my attendings.

Heidi J., MD -

We're on it! Thanks for letting us know.

Vincent I., 6299225 -

THE Heidi?!?! Star Stuck!

Heidi J., MD -

Well, somebody's gotta answer the mail ;) Thanks for listening and being part of the PCRAP gang, Vincent!!

Here's the reference for the article:
Hinson, Jeremiah S., et al. "Risk of acute kidney injury after intravenous contrast media administration." Annals of emergency medicine 69.5 (2017): 577-586.

Now go dazzle your attendings even more than you have already :)

Michael K. -

Thanks! This should be included for all the paper chases! I frequently use the search on the pcrap website to find my paperchases

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