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Fig. 2 | Critical Care

Fig. 2

From: Association between diuretics and successful discontinuation of continuous renal replacement therapy in critically ill patients with acute kidney injury

Fig. 2

Changes in urine output and renal function after discontinuation of continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT). a Overall changes in urine output. The urine output of the CRRT discontinuation group was significantly increased compared with that of other groups after stopping CRRT. b Overall changes in serum creatinine. The hemodialysis (HD) initiation group had significantly elevated serum creatinine compared with other groups. c Changes in urine output between the control and the diuretics subgroups in the CRRT discontinuation group. The diuretics subgroup had a significant increment in urine output. d Changes in serum creatinine between the control and the diuretics subgroups in the CRRT discontinuation group. The diuretics subgroup had significantly elevated serum creatinine. e Changes in urine output depending on method of administration of diuretics. The CIV group showed a tendency to increase urine output more effectively compared to other methods of delivery. f Changes in serum creatinine depending on the administration method of diuretics. The continuous intravenous infusion of furosemide (CIV) group had significantly elevated serum creatinine. INT, intermittent intravenous infusion of furosemide; PO, furosemide administration per oral or Levin tube; D, day

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