Muenster Study Indicates Astute's NephroCheck Can Help Predict AKI in Cardiac Surgery Patients | GenomeWeb

A paper published last week in PLOS One indicates that Astute Medical's NephroCheck test can help predict development of acute kidney failure in patients after undergoing cardiac surgery.

In a study of 50 cardiac surgery patients at the University of Muenster, scientists led by Muenster researcher Alexander Zarbock found that the test could predict progression to AKI with a sensitivity of .92 and a specificity of .81.

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