Fluid balance and urine volume are independent predictors of mortality in acute kidney injury

Catarina Teixeira, Francesco Garzotto, Pasquale Piccinni, Nicola Brienza, Michele Iannuzzi, Silvia Gramaticopolo, Francesco Forfori, Paolo Pelaia, Monica Rocco, Claudio Ronco, Clara B. Anello, Tiziana Bove, Mauro Carlini, Vincenzo Michetti, Dinna N. Cruz

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Introduction: In ICUs, both fluid overload and oliguria are common complications associated with increased mortality among critically ill patients, particularly in acute kidney injury (AKI). Although fluid overload is an expected complication of oliguria, it remains unclear whether their effects on mortality are independent of each other. The aim of this study is to evaluate the impact of both fluid balance and urine volume on outcomes and determine whether they behave as independent predictors of mortality in adult ICU patients with AKI.Methods: We performed a secondary analysis of data from a multicenter, prospective cohort study in 10 Italian ICUs. AKI was defined by renal sequential organ failure assessment (SOFA) score (creatinine >3.5 mg/dL or urine output (UO)

Original languageEnglish
Article numberR14
JournalCritical Care
Volume17
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 24 2013

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Water-Electrolyte Balance
Acute Kidney Injury
Oliguria
Urine
Mortality
Organ Dysfunction Scores
Critical Illness
Creatinine
Cohort Studies
Prospective Studies
Kidney

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  • Critical Care and Intensive Care Medicine

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Teixeira, C., Garzotto, F., Piccinni, P., Brienza, N., Iannuzzi, M., Gramaticopolo, S., ... Cruz, D. N. (2013). Fluid balance and urine volume are independent predictors of mortality in acute kidney injury. Critical Care, 17(1), [R14]. https://doi.org/10.1186/cc12484

Fluid balance and urine volume are independent predictors of mortality in acute kidney injury. / Teixeira, Catarina; Garzotto, Francesco; Piccinni, Pasquale; Brienza, Nicola; Iannuzzi, Michele; Gramaticopolo, Silvia; Forfori, Francesco; Pelaia, Paolo; Rocco, Monica; Ronco, Claudio; Anello, Clara B.; Bove, Tiziana; Carlini, Mauro; Michetti, Vincenzo; Cruz, Dinna N.

In: Critical Care, Vol. 17, No. 1, R14, 24.01.2013.

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Teixeira, C, Garzotto, F, Piccinni, P, Brienza, N, Iannuzzi, M, Gramaticopolo, S, Forfori, F, Pelaia, P, Rocco, M, Ronco, C, Anello, CB, Bove, T, Carlini, M, Michetti, V & Cruz, DN 2013, 'Fluid balance and urine volume are independent predictors of mortality in acute kidney injury', Critical Care, vol. 17, no. 1, R14. https://doi.org/10.1186/cc12484
Teixeira C, Garzotto F, Piccinni P, Brienza N, Iannuzzi M, Gramaticopolo S et al. Fluid balance and urine volume are independent predictors of mortality in acute kidney injury. Critical Care. 2013 Jan 24;17(1). R14. https://doi.org/10.1186/cc12484
Teixeira, Catarina ; Garzotto, Francesco ; Piccinni, Pasquale ; Brienza, Nicola ; Iannuzzi, Michele ; Gramaticopolo, Silvia ; Forfori, Francesco ; Pelaia, Paolo ; Rocco, Monica ; Ronco, Claudio ; Anello, Clara B. ; Bove, Tiziana ; Carlini, Mauro ; Michetti, Vincenzo ; Cruz, Dinna N. / Fluid balance and urine volume are independent predictors of mortality in acute kidney injury. In: Critical Care. 2013 ; Vol. 17, No. 1.
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