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@ISN Education Infographic August 2018 in English: Worsening Renal Function in Acute Heart Failure Patients Undergoing Aggressive Diuresis is Not Associated with Tubular Injury
ISN Academy. @ISNeducation . Jul 30, 2018; 226308
Topic: Acute Kidney Injury
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@ISNeducation, a team of 24 social-media savvy nephrologists focused on social media learning around nephrology, produces timely infographics which visually demonstrate some of the latest trials and research in nephrology. This month, they provide a visual abstract on "Worsening Renal Function in Acute Heart Failure Patients Undergoing Aggressive Diuresis is Not Associated with Tubular Injury" in English and Spanish.

A preview of this infographic is available below, and can be downloaded to the left.

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