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Pregnant women can present to any acute hospital service at any time during their pregnancy or the postpartum period, which is up to 12 months post-delivery.
Quality improvement (QI) tools to download, along with links to other organisations and initiatives concerned with QI in healthcare.
Acute kidney injury (AKI) is a common condition that involves sudden, catastrophic loss of kidney function. It is estimated that AKI is associated with one in five emergency hospital admissions and causes up to 1.7 million deaths globally per year.
All staff working in acute medical units (AMUs) will be familiar with the increasing number of frail older people requiring access to acute care.