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IMPROVE AKI: A Cluster-Randomized Trial of Team-Based Coaching Interventions to IMPROVE Acute Kidney Injury
Principal Investigator (?)
Brown, Jeremiah
Study Number
When a person has an imaging procedure that uses radio-contrast dye, there is a possibility of damage to that person''s kidneys, which could result in being on dialysis or early death. The investigators are testing novel coaching and automated tools to help healthcare teams apply approaches that have been shown to prevent damage to kidneys during a cardiac catheterization procedure. The results of our study will help inform health care leaders on how to implement low-cost preventive strategies through team-based coaching and surveillance reporting for kidney injury and other patient safety priorities to every hospital in the United States. 
Phase (?)
Phase III
Sponsor (?)

Kevin Cox

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