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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Blood Purif (2020) 49 (6): 708–712.
Published Online: 08 April 2020
.... Acute kidney injury Continuous renal replacement therapy Fluids Sepsis Cardiorenal syndrome Reports of randomized trials are usually considered the most impactful publications in the clinical literature [ 1 ]. However, these trials are slow, narrow, expensive, [ 2, 3 ] and can be misleading...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Blood Purif (2019) 48 (4): 289–298.
Published Online: 27 August 2019
... ventricular assist device Heart failure Kidney dysfunction Cardiorenal syndrome Heart failure (HF) is a public health problem affecting nearly 6.5 million people in the United States with a reported incidence of 21 per 1,000 in population above the age of 65 years [ 1 ]. A trend toward increased...
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Blood Purif (2018) 45 (1-3): 218–223.
Published Online: 26 January 2018
... of PD around the world. First, PD is an underused and valuable option in patients with heart failure and the chronic cardiorenal syndrome, especially in those with frequent hospitalizations despite optimal medical therapy. To identify these patients, an interdisciplinary approach of nephrologists...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Blood Purif (2017) 44 (4): 314–326.
Published Online: 22 November 2017
..., we will consider the role of endotoxin in the pathogenesis of sepsis, its effects on both cardiac and renal functions, and the interactions between these 2 systems in the setting of cardiorenal syndromes (CRS), particularly in CRS type 5. Finally, we will discuss the possible role of extracorporeal...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Blood Purif (2017) 43 (1-3): 151–162.
Published Online: 24 January 2017
.... Acute kidney injury Cardiorenal syndrome Peritoneal dialysis Cardio-pulmonary-renal interaction Sepsis Acute respiratory distress syndrome Renal replacement therapy Maintenance hemodialysis There has been an increase in the prevalence of chronic kidney disease (CKD) during the last...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Blood Purif (2017) 43 (1-3): 91–96.
Published Online: 13 December 2016
... Contrast-induced nephropathy Cardiorenal syndrome End-stage renal disease Statins are 3-hydroxy-3-methyl-glutaryl-coenzyme A reductase inhibitors and constitute the first-line drug treatment if exercise and a low-fat diet fail to correct hypercholesterolaemia. In this manner, statins...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Blood Purif (2017) 43 (1-3): 1–10.
Published Online: 16 November 2016
... and safety such as excess fluid removal and renal function. A number of topics relevant to cardiorenal syndrome such as congestion and sodium removal are also discussed. Until 2005, although several studies had already reported high efficacy of UF therapy in terms of decongestion, they included a small...
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Blood Purif (2015) 40 (1): 45–52.
Published Online: 24 June 2015
...Karlien François; Claudio Ronco; Joanne M. Bargman Maladaptive responses between a failing heart and the kidneys ultimately lead to permanent chronic kidney disease, referred to as cardiorenal syndrome type 2. In this narrative review, we discuss the pathophysiological pathways in the progression...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Blood Purif (2014) 37 (Suppl. 2): 14–19.
Published Online: 31 July 2014
... the complexities of organ cross-talk, enabling effective therapies. We discuss the available data on the commonly studied biomarkers of acute kidney injury with reference to the cardiorenal syndrome. Furthermore, we propose how the use of biomarkers as a panel may provide information which can guide therapy...
Journal Articles
Subject Area:
Nephrology
Blood Purif (2014) 37 (Suppl. 2): 51–60.
Published Online: 31 July 2014
...Bernard Canaud; Sudhir K. Bowry; Ciro Tetta; Emanuele Gatti Extracellular fluid retention and congestion is a fundamental manifestation of heart failure (HF) and cardiorenal syndrome (CRS). Patients are normally hospitalized and treated with diuretics, but their outcomes are often poor as severe...
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Journal Articles
Subject Area:
Nephrology
Blood Purif (2014) 36 (3-4): 200–209.
Published Online: 20 December 2013
...Anna Clementi; Grazia Maria Virzì; Alessandra Brocca; Massimo de Cal; Giorgio Vescovo; Antonio Granata; Claudio Ronco Cardiorenal syndrome (CRS) type 4, or chronic renocardiac syndrome, has been defined as ‘chronic abnormalities in renal function leading to cardiac disease' and recognizes...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Blood Purif (2013) 35 (4): 285–294.
Published Online: 24 May 2013
... sonography were classified as having cardiorenal syndrome. Echocardiographic parameters used in the study included LVEF, systolic pulmonary artery pressure (SPAP), left ventricular (LV) end-diastolic and systolic diameters, LV mass and left atrial size. Glucose- and non-glucose-containing...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Blood Purif (2011) 31 (4): 276–280.
Published Online: 13 January 2011
...Imari Mimura; Hiroshi Nishi; Takahiro Nishi; Naobumi Mise; Tokuichiro Sugimoto Background/Aims: A significant number of uremic patients develop ischemic heart disease before hemodialysis (HD) is initiated. Recently, chronic cardiorenal syndrome among predialysis patients has been recognized...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Blood Purif (2011) 31 (1-3): 177–185.
Published Online: 10 January 2011
... in the other. Hence the term ‘cardiorenal syndrome’ (CRS) is used to describe the complex interrelationships between the two organ systems. While focus on therapeutic targets has been dominated by interest in neurohormonal mechanisms, little attention has been given to micronutrients and their potential...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Blood Purif (2009) 27 (4): 311–320.
Published Online: 09 March 2009
... or the development of diuretic resistance. Heart failure complicated by renal dysfunction has a significantly worse prognosis. The pathophysiology underlying this so-called cardiorenal syndrome (CRS) is unclear. It likely involves a combination of maladaptive neurohormonal activation and renal homeostatic mechanisms...
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Subject Area:
Nephrology
Blood Purif (2009) 27 (1): 114–126.
Published Online: 23 January 2009
...Claudio Ronco; Chang-Yin Chionh; Mikko Haapio; Nagesh S. Anavekar; Andrew House; Rinaldo Bellomo The term ‘cardiorenal syndrome’ (CRS) has increasingly been used in recent years without a constant meaning and a well-accepted definition. To include the vast array of interrelated derangements...