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Acute Kidney Injury: Adding Insult to Injury (2009)

This NCEPOD report highlights the process of care of patients who died in hospital with a primary diagnosis of acute kidney injury (AKI). It takes a critical look at areas where the care of patients might have been improved. Remediable factors have been identified in the clinical and the organisational care of these patients.
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Executive Summary (1.8Mb)
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Download Recommendations Principal Recommendations (13Kb)
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Download AKI Toolkit Acute Kidney Injury toolkit
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Report Slides

Slides (18.7Mb)
Dr Neil Smith, Clincial Researcher, NCEPOD
Dr Jim Stewart, Clinical Co-ordinator, NCEPOD
Dr George Findlay, Clinical Co-ordinator, NCEPOD
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Adding Insult to Injury - A response on behalf of The Renal Assosiation (950Kb)
Dr Kevin Harris, Clinical Vice President of The Renal Assosiation

Adding Insult to Injury - Review of NCEPOD report, SAM Perspective (70Kb)
Dr Sian Finlay, Acute Physician and Nephrologist, Society for Acute Medicine

Adding Insult to Injury - Review of NCEPOD report(442Kb)
Dr Marlies Ostermann, Consultant in Nephrology and Critical Care, Guys and St Thomas' Hospital

Adding Insult to Injury - (Review of NCEPOD report) (401Kb)
Dr Donal J O'Donoghue, National Clincial Director for Kidney Services.

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Report Podcast Report Podcast (7.4Mb)
BMJ interview with Dr Jim Stewart, NCEPOD Clinical Co-ordinator discussing the findings made in the report.
 

Self assessment checklist for trusts (75Kb)
This tool allows Trusts to check their progress in adopting NCEPOD's recommendations following the 2009 report 'Adding insult to injury?'. This tool is for your use, and information generated should be shared within your trust. We do not require the completed forms to be returned to NCEPOD.
(If you require a Microsoft Word reader, please click here).

To download a Microsoft Excel version of the self assessment checklist, please click here.
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Study Questionnaires (3 Qs.)
Below are a list of questionnaires used in the study available for download. Click each to download as a pdf file.
Clinical Questionnaire
Organisational Questionnaire
Assessment Form (Draft only)

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