Kumar Lal

Specialist Internal Medicine, NMC Royal Hospital, Khalifa City Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates


  • Review   
    Evaluation of Renal Function in Patients of Acute Stroke and its Relationship with-in Hospital Mortality
    Author(s): Sant Das, Kumar Lal, Naresh Kumar, Kelash Jesrani, Tariq Farhad, Maesh Kumar and Niaz Hussain keerio*

    Objective: The aim of this study was to find out renal function in patients with acute stroke and to provide early interventions to prevent morbidity as well as mortality. Place of study and its duration: Department of Family Medicine, Zyed Military Hospital al Batayah Sharjah, United Arab Emirates from June 2019 to July 2020 Methodology: The study was observational and was performed on 50 patients with acute stroke. The lab tests including biochemical testing was done on every patient. GFR (glomerular filtration rate) was observed. The creatinine level was considered as baseline testing in the study. Therefore, acute kidney failure was defined as 0.3mg/dl elevation in creatinine level in hospitalized patients. All participants who participated in the research had a thorough medical history and clinical assessment. The data that was collected was changed into variables and were coded .. Read More»

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