STUDY OF MICROALBUMINURIA IN SEPSIS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SAPS-II SCORE IN A TERTIARY CRITICAL CARE CENTER BY

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A. Selvagambeer, V. Padma

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This study  was  done  to  evaluate the degree of  microalbuminuria in  sepsis in  correlation with  SAPS  II Score and to test whether the degree of microalbuminuria could predict mortality in critically ill sepsis patients. The present study conducted on patients admitted to Medical ICU/Medical emergency ward, 64 patients who meet the inclusion and exclusion criteria were included in the study. The degree of Microalbuminuria was more among patients with organ dysfunction than those without. Significant microalbuminuria was indicative of Multi organ Dysfunction. Serial  measurements  may help in the clinical assessment of critically ill patients at risk  of worse prognosis, even in resource poor areas.

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A. Selvagambeer, V. Padma. (2021). STUDY OF MICROALBUMINURIA IN SEPSIS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SAPS-II SCORE IN A TERTIARY CRITICAL CARE CENTER BY. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 2741–2754. Retrieved from https://www.annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/385
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