Dr. Demirjian on prediction model for acute kidney injury after cardiac surgery

“One thing from our study that you can take home [is] no matter what the surgery is, small changes right after surgery can actually tell you more than we usually give them credit for,” says Sevag Demirjian, MD.

In this video, Sevag Demirjian, MD, shares additional insights from the recent JAMA study, “Predictive Accuracy of a Perioperative Laboratory Test–Based Prediction Model for Moderate to Severe Acute Kidney Injury After Cardiac Surgery,” for which he served as first author. Demirjian is a nephrologist at Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute at Cleveland Clinic in Ohio.

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