Acute Renal Failure Due to Traumatic Rhabdomyolysis Academic Article uri icon

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abstract

  • Between 1990 and 1993, we studied 14 cases of acute renal failure due to prolonged muscular exercise (e.g., squat jumping, sit-ups) and blunt trauma inflicted by law enforcement personnel using sticks or leather belts. None of the patients had a prior history of myopathy, neuropathy, or renal disease. All were critically ill and required renal support in the form of dialysis. Although the morbidity was high, 13 of the patients recovered normal renal function. One patient expired due to sepsis.

authors

  • Naqvi, Rubina
  • Ahmed, E
  • Akhtar, F
  • Yazdani, I
  • Bhatti, S
  • Aziz, T
  • Naqvi, Asghar
  • Rizvi, A

publication date

  • January 1996