Hospital Nursing: Managing acute tubular necrosis: Knowing how to respond to this type of renal failure can mean the difference between recovery and lifelong disability for your patient.
Donna Bednarski RN, APRN,BC, CNN, CNP, MSN
Debra Castner RN, APNC, CNN, MS
Claudia Douglas RN, APNC, CNN, MA

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Nursing2014
June 2008 
Volume 38  Number 6
Pages 56hn1 - 56hn6
 
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Bednarski, Donna RN, APRN,BC, CNN, CNP, MSN; Castner, Debra RN, APNC, CNN, MS; Douglas, Claudia RN, APNC, CNN, MA

Issue: Volume 38(6), June 2008, pp 56hn1,56hn2,56hn4,56hn6 Publication Type: [HOSPITAL nursing] Publisher: © 2008 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc. Institution(s): Donna Bednarski is a CNS/NP in nephrology at Harper University Hospital in Detroit, Mich. Debra Castner is manager, CKD Health and Wellness Program/State Health Benefit Plan Care Management for Horizon Blue Cross/Blue Shield of New Jersey. Claudia Douglas is administrative director, Clinical Research Center at Hackensack University Medical Center in Hackensack, N.J.

Acute injury to the renal tubules is a common cause of acute renal failure. Although usually reversible, acute ...

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