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Том 16 №4 - Приложение 2014 год - Нефрология и диализ

Клинические Практические Рекомендации KDIGO по Острому Почечному Повреждению


Аннотация: Kidney International supplements Volume 2/issue 1/March 2012 http://www.kidney-international.org Перевод А.М. Андрусева и Е.С. Камышовой под редакцией Е.В. Захаровой Перевод выполнен по инициативе Российского Диализного Общества при поддержке Нефрологического Экспертного Совета и одобрен KGIGO Все права принадлежат KDIGO Воспроизведение возможно только с разрешения KDIGO и РДО Предисловие к русскому переводу Уважаемые коллеги! Мы представляем Вашему вниманию полный перевод рекомендаций KDIGO по Острому Почечному Повреждению (ОПП), выполненный по инициативе РДО при поддержке НЭС и одобренный KDIGO. Перевод основных положений Рекомендаций по ОПП был опубликован отдельной брошюрой, включавшей также перевод основных положений Рекомендаций по Гломерулонефритам и Анемии и параллельные английские тексты и выпущенной специально к семинару Дни нефрологии в Санкт-Петербурге 2012. Кроме того, перевод основных положений Рекомендаций по ОПП опубликован также в журнале «Нефрология и Диализ» (Нефрология и Диализ, 2012, Том 14, номер 2, стр. 86-94). К настоящему времени в журнале «Нефрология и Диализ» опубликованы полные переводы Рекомендаций по Анемии (Нефрология и Диализ, 2013, Том 15, номер 1, стр. 14-53) и Рекомендаций по Гломерулонефритам (Нефрология и Диализ, 2014, Том 16, номер 1, Приложение). Переводы Рекомендаций KDIGO, выпущенных в 2013 г., находятся в процессе подготовки к печати. Все переводы осуществляются по инициативе Российского Диализного Общества и одобрены Исполнительным Комитетом KDIGO Все права принадлежат KDIGO Все опубликованные к настоящему времени переводы Вы можете найти на сайтах РДО, KDIGO и ISN Е.В. Захарова Член Исполнительного Комитета KDIGO Заместитель председателя РДО Заместитель главного редактора журнала «Нефрология и Диализ» Цель Клинических Практических Рекомендации KDIGO 2011 года по Острому Почечному Повреждению - помочь практикующим врачам в лечении взрослых пациентов и детей с риском острого почечного повреждения (ОПП), включая контраст-индуцированное повреждение (КИ-ОПП). Рекомендации содержат главы, посвященные определению, оценке риска развития, диагностике, профилактике и лечению ОПП. Определение и классификация ОПП базируются на критериях RIFLE и AKIN, и исследованиях взаимосвязанных рисков развития острого почечного повреждения. Главы, посвященные лечению, охватывают фармакотерапевтические подходы к предотвращению и лечению, а также к проведению заместительной почечной терапии ОПП. Рекомендации разработаны на основе систематического анализа и оценки наиболее представительных клинических исследований. Оценки качества доказательств и силы рекомендаций даны в соответствии с определенной градацией по системе присвоения степеней GRADE. Обсуждаются ограничения доказательств и высказываются соответствующие предложения для проведения будущих исследований.

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Ключевые слова: Clinical Practice Guideline, KDIGO, acute kidney injury, contrast-induced nephropathy, renal replacement therapy, evidence-based recommendation, Практические Клинические Рекомендации, KDIGO, острое почечное повреждение, контраст-индуцированная нефропатия, заместительная почечная терапия, рекомендации, основанные на доказательствах

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