FUNCTIONAL CHANGES OF KIDNEYS IN PATIENTS WITH PNEUMONIA
*Muminov Davron Kadirovich
The aim of the study: Assess the functional state of the kidneys in patients with pneumonia, depending on the premorbid background (the presence of CKD). Material and methods: 120 patients with pneumonia (Pn) were examined, of which 80 patients developed the disease against the background of chronic kidney disease (Pn+ CKD group). A comparative study of the functional state of the kidneys in the groups Pn and Pn + CKD was carried out. AKI was diagnosed in 68 patients of the PN group + CKD (85%) and in 23 patients of the PN group (57.5%). It is also proven that in patients with pneumonia, creatinine concentration gradually increases, and the peak load is 3-4 days, and then decreases. Conclusion: Changes in renal function indicators are less favorable for patients with background CKD.
Keywords: Pneumonia, chronic kidney disease, acute renal damage.
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