Serum creatinine (SCr) level or an immediate requirement for renal replacement

Serum Homatropine (methylbromide) creatinine (SCr) level or an immediate requirement for renal replacement therapy. The measurement of SCr levels was repeated following the withdrawal of diuretics in the patients. A study stated that aNew Score in Cirrhosis with AKITable 1. Patients’ demographic data and clinical characteristics.All patients (n = 190) Age (years) Gender (M/F) Length of ICU stay (days) Length of hospital stay (days) Serum Creatinine, ICU first day (mg/dL) MAP, ICU 18325633 admission (mmHg) Glasgow coma scale, ICU admission Leukocytes, ICU first day (g/dL) Haemoglobin, ICU first day (g/dL) Albumin, ICU first day (g/dL) Sodium, ICU first day (mmol/L) Bilirubin, ICU first day (umol/L) [median] Prothrombin time INR, ICU first day [median] AST, ICU first day (units/L) [median] ALT, ICU first day (units/L) [median] Platelets, ICU first day (6109/L) [median] DM (Yes/No) Previous ascites (Yes/No) Previous SBP (Yes/No) Previous hepatic encephalopathy (Yes/No) Previous EV bleeding (Yes/No) Previous peptic ulcer bleeding (Yes/No) Previous hepatoma (Yes/No) Previous renal failure (Yes/No) Respiratory failure, ICU first day (Yes/No) Sepsis, ICU admission (\Yes/No) Child-Pugh points (mean6 SD) MELD score (mean 6 SD) APACHE II (mean 6 SD) APACHE III (mean 6 SD) SOFA (mean 6 SD) 5861 141/49 969 25625 3.262.4 73618 965 12.868.0 9.262.2 2.560.5 135617 11.2 [5.4] 2.8 [2.3] 530 [94] 182 [45] 95 [73] 52/138 94/96 39/150 116/74 86/104 59/131 59/131 57/133 37/153 71/119 11.862.1 33.261.1 25.560.77 106.063.19 11.660.Survivors (n = 51) 5862 41/10 664 32633 2.562.2 86616 1065 10.065.8 9.061.9 2.660.6 13869 4.6 [3.1] 1.9 [1.6] 133 [67] 56 [32] 91 [73] 14/37 20/31 8/43 29/22 23/28 17/34 10/41 17/34 4/47 11/40 11.062.4 24.768.8 20.966.9 77.9629.1 8.0662.Non-survivors (n = 139) 5961 100/39 10611 23621 3.662.4 69617 965 13.968.5 9.262.4 2.460.5 134619 13.6 [8.7] 3.1 [2.3] 678 [100] 228 [53] 97 [69] 38/101 74/65 31/107 87/52 63/76 42/97 49/90 40/99 33/106 60/79 12.062.0 35.8611.3 26.968.5 114.7632.6 12.963.p-valueNS (0.738) NS (0.238) ,0.001 0.067 0.005 ,0.001 NS (0.104) 0.001 NS (0.480) NS (0.130) NS (0.151) ,0.001 0.002 0.008 0.002 NS (0.645) NS (0.988) NS (0.087) NS (0.307) NS (0.473) NS (0.978) NS (0.681) 0.039 NS (0.544) 0.014 0.006 0.036 ,0.001 0.001 ,0.001 ,0.Abbreviation: M, male; F, female; ICU, intensive care unit; MAP, mean arterial pressure; INR, international normalized ratio; AST, aspartate aminotransferase; ALT, alanine aminotransferase; DM, diabetes mellitus; SBP, spontaneous bacterial peritonitis; EV, esophageal varices; SD, standard derivation; NS, not significant; MELD, model for end-stage liver disease; APACHE, acute physiology and chronic health evaluation; SOFA, sequential organ failure assessment. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0051094.tIn all other patients, diuretics, lactulose, and vasodilators were not given. Volume expansion therapy such as intravenous albumin (1 g/Kg QD or BID, up to a get 60940-34-3 maximum of 100 g) and/or artificial plasma expanders were administrated to correct volume depletion and to keep central venous pressure over 10 cmH2O every 12 hrs for 2 days. Daily measurements of urine output and serum creatinine began on day 1 of ICU admission and continued for at least 2 days. Patients with volume-responsive serum creatinine improvement was treated as prerenal azotemia and kept receiving volume supply [4]. Patients without volume-responsive acute kidney injury who had no shock, recent nephrotoxin exposure nor evidence of parenchymal kidney disease history (by urina.Serum creatinine (SCr) level or an immediate requirement for renal replacement therapy. The measurement of SCr levels was repeated following the withdrawal of diuretics in the patients. A study stated that aNew Score in Cirrhosis with AKITable 1. Patients’ demographic data and clinical characteristics.All patients (n = 190) Age (years) Gender (M/F) Length of ICU stay (days) Length of hospital stay (days) Serum Creatinine, ICU first day (mg/dL) MAP, ICU 18325633 admission (mmHg) Glasgow coma scale, ICU admission Leukocytes, ICU first day (g/dL) Haemoglobin, ICU first day (g/dL) Albumin, ICU first day (g/dL) Sodium, ICU first day (mmol/L) Bilirubin, ICU first day (umol/L) [median] Prothrombin time INR, ICU first day [median] AST, ICU first day (units/L) [median] ALT, ICU first day (units/L) [median] Platelets, ICU first day (6109/L) [median] DM (Yes/No) Previous ascites (Yes/No) Previous SBP (Yes/No) Previous hepatic encephalopathy (Yes/No) Previous EV bleeding (Yes/No) Previous peptic ulcer bleeding (Yes/No) Previous hepatoma (Yes/No) Previous renal failure (Yes/No) Respiratory failure, ICU first day (Yes/No) Sepsis, ICU admission (\Yes/No) Child-Pugh points (mean6 SD) MELD score (mean 6 SD) APACHE II (mean 6 SD) APACHE III (mean 6 SD) SOFA (mean 6 SD) 5861 141/49 969 25625 3.262.4 73618 965 12.868.0 9.262.2 2.560.5 135617 11.2 [5.4] 2.8 [2.3] 530 [94] 182 [45] 95 [73] 52/138 94/96 39/150 116/74 86/104 59/131 59/131 57/133 37/153 71/119 11.862.1 33.261.1 25.560.77 106.063.19 11.660.Survivors (n = 51) 5862 41/10 664 32633 2.562.2 86616 1065 10.065.8 9.061.9 2.660.6 13869 4.6 [3.1] 1.9 [1.6] 133 [67] 56 [32] 91 [73] 14/37 20/31 8/43 29/22 23/28 17/34 10/41 17/34 4/47 11/40 11.062.4 24.768.8 20.966.9 77.9629.1 8.0662.Non-survivors (n = 139) 5961 100/39 10611 23621 3.662.4 69617 965 13.968.5 9.262.4 2.460.5 134619 13.6 [8.7] 3.1 [2.3] 678 [100] 228 [53] 97 [69] 38/101 74/65 31/107 87/52 63/76 42/97 49/90 40/99 33/106 60/79 12.062.0 35.8611.3 26.968.5 114.7632.6 12.963.p-valueNS (0.738) NS (0.238) ,0.001 0.067 0.005 ,0.001 NS (0.104) 0.001 NS (0.480) NS (0.130) NS (0.151) ,0.001 0.002 0.008 0.002 NS (0.645) NS (0.988) NS (0.087) NS (0.307) NS (0.473) NS (0.978) NS (0.681) 0.039 NS (0.544) 0.014 0.006 0.036 ,0.001 0.001 ,0.001 ,0.Abbreviation: M, male; F, female; ICU, intensive care unit; MAP, mean arterial pressure; INR, international normalized ratio; AST, aspartate aminotransferase; ALT, alanine aminotransferase; DM, diabetes mellitus; SBP, spontaneous bacterial peritonitis; EV, esophageal varices; SD, standard derivation; NS, not significant; MELD, model for end-stage liver disease; APACHE, acute physiology and chronic health evaluation; SOFA, sequential organ failure assessment. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0051094.tIn all other patients, diuretics, lactulose, and vasodilators were not given. Volume expansion therapy such as intravenous albumin (1 g/Kg QD or BID, up to a maximum of 100 g) and/or artificial plasma expanders were administrated to correct volume depletion and to keep central venous pressure over 10 cmH2O every 12 hrs for 2 days. Daily measurements of urine output and serum creatinine began on day 1 of ICU admission and continued for at least 2 days. Patients with volume-responsive serum creatinine improvement was treated as prerenal azotemia and kept receiving volume supply [4]. Patients without volume-responsive acute kidney injury who had no shock, recent nephrotoxin exposure nor evidence of parenchymal kidney disease history (by urina.