Understanding and nursing acute kidney injury: a patient care report

Megan Angharad Whitehead
Friday, May 2, 2014

An otherwise healthy cat suddenly presents with renal failure. Based on clinical examination and biochemistry/haematology results, a diagnosis of acute renal injury is reached. A discussion of this condition and its treatment follows, with a focus on nursing considerations.

Understanding and nursing acute kidney injury: a patient care report
Understanding and nursing acute kidney injury: a patient care report

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