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2. This is a common presentation of intrinsic AKI

  • 40 year old woman following massive haemorrhage
  • 70 year old woman with sepsis
  • 40 year old man with blood in urine and a high blood pressure
  • 60 year old man with anuria and a palpable bladder

3. This is a common presentation of prerenal AKI

  • 80 year old woman with liver cirrhosis and reduced urine with a normal dipstick
  • 70 year old woman with liver cirrhosis and blood in urine
  • 50 year old man with malignant hypertension
  • 70 year old man with a palpable bladder

4. Hypersensitivity reactions are causes of AKIs. Which of these is not part of the symptomatic triad?

  • Rash
  • Eosinophilia
  • Oedema
  • Fever

5. Stage 1 AKI defines as

  • 6 hours and 2x baseline creatinine
  • 6 hours and 1.5x baseline creatinine
  • 12 hours and 1.5x baseline creatinine
  • 6 hours and 3x baseline creatinine

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