2017, Vol. 4, Issue 5, Part B
Perfect storm’ induced acute kidney failure in an elite sprinter: A case report Sabriye ERCANAuthor(s):
Dr. Sabriye ERCANAbstract:
Exercise is required for the physical and mental health of individuals. In these days, rates of sport participation have increased. However, doing sport more than the optimal level or the presence of various intrinsic/extrinsic risk factors may lead to the occurrence of uncommon diseases. The occurrence of the exercise-induced acute kidney failure is very uncommon. Some nephrotoxic drugs that are prescribed because of inaccurate diagnosis, any impairment in the liquid electrolyte balance during Ramadan or ‘perfect storm’ may have some effects in the development of this disease.
This case presents an acute kidney failure triggered by ‘perfect storm’ in an elite sprinter after Ramadan. Pages: 87-89 | 1113 Views 63 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Dr. Sabriye ERCAN. Perfect storm’ induced acute kidney failure in an elite sprinter: A case report Sabriye ERCAN. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2017;4(5):87-89.