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Critique a Research Article
Pages 5 (1255 words)
Preventing and Responding to Acute Kidney Injury by Mary C. Vrtis Student Name Instructor Name Overview The article ‘Preventing and Responding to Acute Kidney Injury’ by Mary Vrtis revolves around the aspects of nursing and the possible precautions that the nurses should take in order to avoid an emergency of renal failure.
The author further puts forward questions for research regarding the symptoms that are associated with acute kidney injury. The author is trying to put forward that the nurses should know about acute kidney failure and the causes of it. The early signs should be detected by the nurses and they should intervene at the right moment to help it not progress towards end stage renal disease. The author gives the necessary signs and symptoms leading to it along with the steps that a nurse should take when intervening. Hypothesis The author proposes that acute kidney failure can be prevented by experienced nurses who have the necessary knowledge in intervening during the course of the injury. The author put forward a real case of a patient who developed acute kidney injury but she did not progress to chronic renal failure because the nurses intervened at the right time. Evaluation Author provides a literature review by highlighting the main points of acute kidney injury and the mechanisms involved. She further uses research to strengthen her hypothesis. The author has used recent literature review to prove her hypothesis and she has complemented the research with a real life example of a patient suffering from Acute Kidney Failure. I believe that the article in all ways is relevant to the current health issues and problems faced by nurses in handling such cases. ...
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