Preventing drug-induced acute kidney injury in the community

Acute kidney injury (AKI) is a common and increasing problem globally. AKI affects one in six patients admitted to hospital as an emergency, costing the NHS in England £434–620 million a year, and the profile of AKI has recently been raised by the launch of a NICE guideline and supporting educational resources.

Preventing drug-induced acute kidney injury in the community

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