What is the criteria for hepatorenal syndrome?

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Diagnostic criteria of HRS according to ICA-AKI criteria are the following:- (1) diagnosis of cirrhosis and ascites; (2) diagnosis of AKI according to ICA-AKI criteria; (3) no response after 2 consecutive days of diuretic withdrawal and plasma volume expansion with albumin (1 g/kg of body weight); (4) absence of shock; (5) no current or recent use of nephrotoxic drugs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, aminoglycosides, iodinated contrast media, etc.); and (6) no macroscopic signs of structural kidney injury, defined as absence of proteinuria (> 500 mg/d), absence of microhematuria (> 50 red blood cells per high power field) and normal findings on renal ultrasound.

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* CIRRHOSIS..WITH.. ASCITES .. * SERUM CREATININE.. MORE THAN.. 1.5 mg / do.. NO IMPROVEMENT IN S..CREATININE.. TWO DAYS AFTER..DIURETICS WITHDRAWAL AND VOLUME EXPANSION WITH ALBUMIN..

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RAISED CREATININE LEVEL OLIGURIA WITH CIRRHOSIS

Hepatorenal syndrome (HRS) is a type of progressive kidney failure seen in people with severe liver damage, most often caused by cirrhosis. As the kidneys stop functioning, toxins begin to build up in the body. Eventually, this leads to liver failure.. Diognosis of Cirhhosis of liver *& Peritonitis. Status of Nephotoxic grug consumption level

Serum creatinine >133 μmol/l (1.5 mg/dl). No improvement of serum creatinine (decrease to a level of ⩽133 μmol/l) after at least 2 days with diuretic withdrawal and volume expansion with albumin

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