The Assessment, Serial Evaluation, and Subsequent Sequelae of Acute Kidney Injury (ASSESS-AKI) Study: Design and Methods

Alan S Go; Chirag R Parikh; T Alp Ikizler; Steven Coca; Edward D Siew; Vernon M Chinchilli; Chi-yuan Hsu; Amit X Garg; Michael Zappitelli; Kathleen D Liu; W Brian Reeves; Nasrollah Ghahramani; Prasad Devarajan; Georgia Brown Faulkner; Thida C Tan; Paul L Kimmel; Paul Eggers; John B Stokes

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Conclusions

Improving our ability to diagnose and risk stratify AKI and understanding its natural history are pressing public health issues. The ASSESS-AKI Study is well-positioned to provide novel insights into these and other areas and will create a unique longitudinal resource for the nephrology research community.

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