[Articles] Acute kidney injury in China: a cross-sectional survey
October 20, 2015
- The Lancet 386, 10002 (2015)
Author: Li Yang, Guolan Xing, Li Wang, Yonggui Wu, Suhua Li, Gang Xu, Qiang He, Jianghua Chen, Menghua Chen, Xiaohua Liu, Zaizhi Zhu, Lin Yang, Xiyan Lian, Feng Ding, Yun Li, Huamin Wang, Jianqin Wang, Rong Wang, Changlin Mei, Jixian Xu, Rongshan Li, Juan Cao, Liang Zhang, Yan Wang, Jinhua Xu, Beiyan Bao, Bicheng Liu, Hongyu Chen, Shaomei Li, Yan Zha, Qiong Luo, Dongcheng Chen, Yulan Shen, Yunhua Liao, Zhengrong Zhang, Xianqiu Wang, Kun Zhang, Luojin Liu, Peiju Mao, Chunxiang Guo, Jiangang Li, Zhenfu Wang, Shoujun Bai, Shuangjie Shi, Yafang Wang, Jinwei Wang, Zhangsuo Liu, Fang Wang, Dandan Huang, Shun Wang, Shuwang Ge, Quanquan Shen, Ping Zhang, Lihua Wu, Miao Pan, Xiting Zou, Ping Zhu, Jintao Zhao, Minjie Zhou, Lin Yang, Wenping Hu, Jing Wang, Bing Liu, Tong Zhang, Jianxin Han, Tao Wen, Minghui Zhao, Haiyan Wang, ISN AKF 0by25 China Consortiums
AKI has become a huge medical burden in China, with substantial underdiagnosis and undertreatment. Nephrologists should take the responsibility for leading the battle against AKI.