Chronic Kidney Disease Resource Center, University Sains Malaysia,
Kota Baru, Kelanta, Malaysia
Ahsan Aftab Raja
CKD Resource Center, Hospital University Sains Malaysia
Yusra Habib Khan
CKD resource Center, Hospital University Sains Malaysia
Amer Hayat Khan
Discipline of Clinical Pharmacy, University Sains Malaysia
Azreen Syazril Adnan
Chronic Kidney Disease Resource Center, Hospital University Sains Malaysia
Muhammad Imran Qadir
Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, Bahauddin Zakariya University
Maadi, Cairo, Pakistan
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Infectious disease are associated with nephropathies ranges from mild proteinuria to severe kidney damage i.e. Acute Kidney Injury (AKI). It has been documented that severe form of kidney injury may lead to development of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). Infection induced nephropathies are usually neglected area in general practice because more attention is given to patients recovery. It has been documented that infection induced nephropathies can cause longer hospitalization and death e.g. dengue and leptospirosis. This area is needed to be fully explored by evaluating effect of infectious disease on kidney functions.
Aims and Scopes:
1. To determine the prevalence and incidence of nephropathies in infectious diseases 2. Impact of nephropathies on patient`s morbidity and mortality 3. Determination of predictors of nephropathies in infectious diseases