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The intellectual base and global trends in contrast-induced acute kidney injury: a bibliometric analysis

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posted on 2023-03-17, 14:20 authored by Heng Wang, Tingting Gao, Ruijing Zhang, Jie Hu, Yuwen Wang, Jianing Wei, Yun Zhou, Honglin Dong

Contrast-induced acute kidney injury (CI-AKI) has become the third leading cause of hospital-acquired kidney injury. A comprehensive analysis of the current state of research in the field of CI-AKI will help to reveal trends and hot topics in the field. To date, there are no published bibliometric analyses related to CI-AKI studies. Here, we analyze the relevant literature since the emergence of the concept and provide valuable insights. The literature was collected from the Web of Science Core Collection. The data were analyzed visually using CiteSpace and VOSviewer software. We collected a total of 4775 papers, with the United States and Guangdong Acad Med Sci as the major publishing powers in terms of country/region and institution. J AM COLL CARDIOL was the journal with the most published and cocited articles. Cluster analysis showed that clinical trials are the current research hotspot. The areas of risk assessment, prevention strategies, risk factors, and vascular lesions have been popular in recent years. Research on the mechanism of injury in CI-AKI will be the focus of future research, which will be crucial to reduce the clinical incidence of CI-AKI. In summary, this study provides a comprehensive analysis of the development process in the field of CI-AKI and discusses future research directions based on the analysis of objective data from many studies on CI-AKI.

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This work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (81770695), Postgraduate Education Innovation Project of Shanxi Province (2021Y38) and Scientific and Technologial Innovation Programs of Higher Education Institutions in Shanxi Province (2022L151).

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