COVID-19, acute kidney injury and the risk of long-term renal damage
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COVID-19, acute kidney injury and the risk of long-term renal damage

Erin Dean Health journalist

COVID-19 has affected the incidence and demographics of acute kidney injury and specialists are concerned about the risk of debilitating illness

As the long-term effects of COVID-19 on patients and services continue to be assessed, nurses working in renal care are concerned about a potential increase in cases of kidney damage caused by the virus.

Primary Health Care. 31, 4, 15-17. doi: 10.7748/phc.31.4.15.s6

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