Risk of contrast induced nephropathy in the critically ill: a prospective, case matched study
Critical Care, 04/27/2012
Cely CM et al. – Among established intensive care unit patients declines in glomerular filtration following contrast enhanced scanning are common, but these changes are far more likely to be attributable to factors other than the contrast exposure itself. The upper bound for the incidence of contrast induced renal injury lasting even 3 days was 2% in the population studied.