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Which of the following factor is responsible for causing insulin deficiency in New Onset Diabetes Mellitus After Transplant (NODAT)?
In renal tranplant patients,what is the main cause of death with a functioning graft?
A 30 year old male patient has a generalized tonic-clonic seizure one week post renal transplantation. On examination, he is confused and drowsy with a blood pressure of 160/100.
Which of the following drug is most likely to be responsible for his deterioration?
A 30 year old male patient is oliguric three days post cadaveric renal transplant.His creatinine has not improved since the operation. He undergoes a MAG3 renal scan which reveals excellent uptake and therefore perfusion but no excretion.
What is the most likely cause for this failure to improve?
Acute renal failure as a result of gentamicin use most frequently results from which of the following mechanism?
Chronic kidney disease (CKD) can be categorized into 5 stages depending on their eGFR status. Which one has the highest prevalence in Australia?
Cardiovascular disease is frequently associated with chronic kidney disease (CKD). Which of the following risk factor is an independent predictor of cardiovascular disease in CKD?
A 72 year old man from Wellington is being seen in the ED resus unit and appears to be in severe septic shock with fever, tachycardia and hypotension. His blood pressure has dropped to 75/60mmHg. You decide to commence fluid resuscitation on this man.
Which of the following fluid should you avoid?
Which of the following intervention would be most helpful in preventing contrast induced nephropathy?
A man comes to your clinic to get some dietary advise about what he should or should not eat after a recent admission with calcium oxalate stones in his kidney.
The following advise would be appropriate, except?
In 2004, the ADQI formulated the RIFLE criteria to allow for acute kidney injury (AKI) to be objectively and uniformly defined. The implication of this classification is that a progression down the RIFLE criteria is associated with the following except?
Baxdrostat is a novel agent used in patients with treatment resistant hypertension.
What is the mechanism of action of this drug?