Potential Complications Seen in Patients With Elevated IRP

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Seth Bechis, MD, emphasizes the potential complications from elevated intra-renal pressure, such as sepsis from bacterial spread, ruptures leading to pain and difficult recovery, impaired renal function, and hemorrhage, highlighting the need for understanding these risks for better postoperative outcomes and hospital efficiency.

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