Kidney disease is common in people with cardiovascular disease (1, 2), and managing cardiovascular disease in people with kidney diseases is an important...

With fertility in decline and life expectancy on the rise around the world, there are many unanswered questions that warrant answers in healthcare. Currently, living to age 70 or 80 years old is no longer considered a rarity in the developed world. However, longer lifespans have led to new challenges. How many years can older people expect to live in good health?

Intravascular iodinated contrast has historically been considered a risk factor for acute kidney injury (AKI), particularly among individuals with underlying chronic kidney disease (1). Recent studies, however, have suggested that incidence of contrast-induced nephropathy (CIN) may not be as frequent as previously thought (2,3).

The occurrence of acute kidney injury (AKI) resulting from the intravascular administration of contrast media (CM), commonly referred to as contrast-induced nephropathy (CIN), has become firmly entrenched.

Increasingly in the 21st century, nephrologists and other physicians are turning to social media (SoMe) and internet-based forums to teach the next generation, treat their patients better, and bolster their knowledge.