How can the NephroCheck® Test help patients avoid consequences of AKI?

Drs. Harold Szerlip, Peter McCullough and Jeffery Vender explain the importance of identifying, stratifying and mitigating a patient’s risk of acute kidney injury, a condition that can result in severe consequences.

One out of three acute injury cases could have been prevented.

The Danger of Delayed
AKI Recognition

About one-third of hospital-acquired acute kidney injury cases are avoidable, and more than half are subject to inadequate risk assessment.3 Delays in recognizing AKI can lead to irreversible injury4 and raise mortality rates along with hospital expenses.5

TIMP-2 and IGFBP-7 stand out for assessing the risk of acute kidney injury development.

The Foundation of Early
Risk Assessment

We analyzed more than 300 biomarkers.6 Two were identified for helping physicians assess a patient’s risk of developing moderate to severe acute kidney injury in the next 12 hours.

Take the Next Step

When it comes to identifying and managing acute kidney injury, every minute counts. Contact bioMérieux today and put your team on the forefront of AKI risk assessment for critically ill patients.