Acute kidney injury (AKI) is when there is impairment of kidney filtration and excretory functions over days to weeks. This often results in the retention of nitrogenous and other waste products in the body which would have normally been cleared out by the kidneys through urine. Doctors actually describe acute kidney injury as a syndrome.
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