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This study will involve measurement of levels of a novel urinary biomarker of renal ischemia, L-FABP. The purpose of the study is to perform a clinical validation of the ability of L-FABP measurements in urine using the RENISCHEM L-FABP POC Test to predict the development of AKI within 2 days following cardiac and vascular catheterization procedures involving exposure to radiocontrast media.

Clinical Trial Description

This study will validate the ability of the RENISCHEM L-FABP POC test to predict AKI risk in patients undergoing cardiac catheterization and receiving iodinated contrast medium. Contrast medium is known to be both vasoconstrictive and chemotoxic, which can lead to renal ischemia and, ultimately, AKI. Infusion of radiographic contrast agents, with the associated increases in osmotic load and viscosity, increases hypoxia of the renal medulla and increases renal free radical production through post-ischemic oxidative stress. Earlier identification of contrast medium-induced acute kidney injury (CI-AKI) risk can facilitate improved management of patients to prevent AKI, for example, through selection of alternative imaging methods or contrast agents. Subjects will be recruited prospectively based on pre-specified enrollment criteria. Blood and urine samples will be collected after enrollment and at several timepoints, and various tests will be performed, including point-of-care L-FABP measurements on urine samples. ;

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NCT number NCT04864847
Study type Observational
Source Hikari Dx, Inc.
Contact Jeffrey Dahlen, Ph.D.
Phone (619) 742-0203
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Start date May 31, 2021
Completion date December 31, 2021

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