Acute Kidney Injury App

Acute kidney injury app

The Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) App, developed by NHS Kidney Care and the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, provides a fast and simple way to explore the latest national guidelines on the diagnosis, prevention and management of AKI.

Offering interactive exploration of the classification, diagnosis, and management of AKI and its complications, illustrative case studies, and a medical calculator, the AKI App is a free and practical application available on the iPad, iPhone, Android tablet, and Android mobile devices.

The clinical lead for this project is Dr Ben Bray, supported by a multi-disciplinary working group, with project management by the Education team.

Key features

  • Medical calculator to illustrate the staging and classification of AKI
  • Succinct and up-to-date guidelines on the prevention and management of AKI
  • Interactive case studies
  • Further resources of national and international guidelines on AKI
  • Currently available for free on iPad, iPhone and Android tablets

How much does the AKI App cost?

The AKI App is a free application, developed by NHS Kidney Care and the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.

Where can I download the app?

You can find the AKI App on App Store (iPad & iPhone users) and on Google play (Android tablet and Android mobile users):

Apple App Store       Google Play

The AKI App content is also available to download as a PDF.

Which devices will the AKI App work on?

The AKI App is design for the iPad and iPhone (iOS 4.3 onwards), Android mobiles, and Android tablet devices.

A full list of supported Android tablet devices is available to download as a PDF.

How do I remove the app?

To remove the app from your device, hold down the AKI App icon on your screen. When the icon begins to 'shake', tap the delete icon.

To delete the app from your iTunes account, highlight the app with your cursor and press the 'delete' key.