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Title: The Dose Response Multicentre Investigation on Fluid Assessment (DoReMIFA) in critically ill patients.
Authors: Garzotto, F
Ostermann, M
Martín-Langerwerf, D
Sánchez-Sánchez, M
Teng, J
Robert, R
Marinho, A
Herrera-Gutierrez, M E
Mao, H J
Benavente, D
Kipnis, E
Lorenzin, A
Marcelli, D
Tetta, C
Ronco, C
DoReMIFA study group
Keywords: AKI;Critical illness;Fluid overload;ICU;RRT
metadata.dc.subject.mesh: Acute Kidney Injury
Critical Illness
Dose-Response Relationship, Drug
Follow-Up Studies
Intensive Care Units
Middle Aged
Prospective Studies
Renal Replacement Therapy
Risk Factors
Water-Electrolyte Imbalance
Issue Date: 23-Jun-2016
Abstract: The previously published "Dose Response Multicentre International Collaborative Initiative (DoReMi)" study concluded that the high mortality of critically ill patients with acute kidney injury (AKI) was unlikely to be related to an inadequate dose of renal replacement therapy (RRT) and other factors were contributing. This follow-up study aimed to investigate the impact of daily fluid balance and fluid accumulation on mortality of critically ill patients without AKI (N-AKI), with AKI (AKI) and with AKI on RRT (AKI-RRT) receiving an adequate dose of RRT. We prospectively enrolled all consecutive patients admitted to 21 intensive care units (ICUs) from nine countries and collected baseline characteristics, comorbidities, severity of illness, presence of sepsis, daily physiologic parameters and fluid intake-output, AKI stage, need for RRT and survival status. Daily fluid balance was computed and fluid overload (FO) was defined as percentage of admission body weight (BW). Maximum fluid overload (MFO) was the peak value of FO. We analysed 1734 patients. A total of 991 (57 %) had N-AKI, 560 (32 %) had AKI but did not have RRT and 183 (11 %) had AKI-RRT. ICU mortality was 22.3 % in AKI patients and 5.6 % in those without AKI (p  In critically ill patients, the severity and speed of fluid accumulation are independent risk factors for ICU mortality. Fluid balance abnormality precedes and follows the diagnosis of AKI.
metadata.dc.identifier.doi: 10.1186/s13054-016-1355-9
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