Month: August 2023

August 18, 2023

Furosemide in neonatal AKI- Report from TINKER-PCRRT-ICONIC prospective database published this week in ‘Pediatric Nephrology’.

Diuretics are commonly used in neonatal AKI to decrease positive fluid balance in critically sick neonates. The patterns of furosemide use vary among hospitals. Read this Original Article on results from the TINKER study. – Part of a collection: What’s new in AKI Read More

August 18, 2023

An Adolescent with Tuberous Sclerosis and Hypocalcemia and a Renal Mass

A very interesting case of an adolescent with tuberous sclerosis and a renal mass and hypocalcemia published by our team in ‘Indian J Nephrology’. It is freely available online. Read More

August 15, 2023

Use of furosemide in preterm neonates with acute kidney injury is associated with increased mortality: results from the TINKER registry

Furosemide is a common drug used in NICUs. Today in ‘Pediatric Nephrology’ journal, the TINKER-PCRRT-ICONIC prospective database publishes the results of analysis of use of furosemide in neonates with AKI. Read More