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oa South African Medical Journal - Acute renal failure in Indian and Black patients

 

Abstract

This preliminary study of 50 patients suffering from acute renal failure showed the aetiology to be medical in 30 patients, gynaecological in g patients, obstetric in 6 patients, and surgical in 5 patients. The commonest medical causes of acute renal failure were septicaemia and nephrotoxins (mainly from herbal medicines).

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1975-11-01
2016-12-04
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