Lesión renal aguda en mujeres embarazadas
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insuficiencia renal
preeclampsia
mujeres embarazadas
diálisis

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Monterrosa Robles M, Rico Fontalvo J, Daza Arnedo R, Pérez Olivo J, Cardona Blanco M, Pájaro Galvis NE, Pérez Calvo C, Caparroso Ramos L, Leal Martínez V, Abuabara Franco E, Uparella Gulfo I, Mendoza García M, Correa Guerrero J. Lesión renal aguda en mujeres embarazadas: Acute kidney injury in pregnant women. Rev. Colomb. Nefrol. [Internet]. 10 de noviembre de 2020 [citado 21 de octubre de 2021];8(1):e513. Disponible en: https://revistanefrologia.org/index.php/rcn/article/view/513

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Aunque en la actualidad la lesión renal aguda en mujeres embarazadas es una complicación poco común, esta se correlaciona con peores desenlaces maternos y fetales. Sus causas son múltiples y varían según el trimestre de presentación. Los cambios fisiológicos renales durante el embarazo hacen que los criterios diagnósticos de lesión renal aguda en la población general no sean fácilmente extrapolables a las pacientes obstétricas, por lo que la sospecha temprana y eltratamiento oportuno son fundamentales para evitar la progresión del daño renal y sus complicaciones sistémicas asociadas, incluidas las metabólicas, urémicas e hidroelectrolíticas.

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