What are the causes of acute kidney injury?

What are the causes of acute kidney injury?

Dr. S C Dash, Director, Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences, AIIMS, New Delhi will explain about the causes of acute kidney injuries in this video. In India, acute kidney injuries are related to gastrointestinal diseases or infection and sometimes even nephrotoxic drugs can also cause harm. He will further discuss the different types of infections which can cause acute kidney injury.

Dr. Prof SC Dash

Dr. S C Dash is Former Professor & Head, Dept of Nephrology in AIIMS, New Delhi, India. Dr. Dash has served in All India Institute of Medical Sciences for almost 30 years. Dr. Dash currently the Emeritus Professor in Medicine and Professor & Head of Nephrology Department at KIMS was earlier Director, KIMS & Pradyumna Bal Memorial Hospital. He has served at AIIMS, New Delhi for 31 years as Professor and HOD of Nephrology, where he trained innumerable MD, DM, DNB & Ph.D. students.

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