Community Services

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Publications and resources for clinical and support staff working in the community to help prevent, detect, treat and manage patients at risk of, or with, acute kidney injury.

Ambulance Clinicians

A small working group of ambulance staff came together to produce some acute kidney injury guidance for paramedics and ambulance clinicians. They produced a short guide for this staff group, which can be found here, together with the pocket-sized guide which can be ordered by emailing

Patient Advice

Think Kidneys App

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