ACEIs, ARBs and Post-Op Renal Injury

ACE Inhibitors and ARBs are commonly held before major non-cardiac surgery. This study showed that such practice did not prevent the development of post-op acute kidney injury. While the other rationale is to hold them to prevent severe or intractable hypotension, this may not be the mechanism causing acute kidney injury.



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