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SESSION 8: CASE STUDY 11Session 8: Case Study 1P.W. was the victim of a hit-and-run auto-pedestrian accident and suffered multipleabrasions, a concussion, and a deep laceration of the left thigh. He was discoveredapproximately 2 hours after the incident and is now in the emergency department.P.W.'s vital signs and hematocrit suggest that he has had a major blood loss of about2000 ml. A catheter is inserted to monitor urine output, and P.W. is fluid resuscitatedwhile his wounds are cleaned and sutured. The urine output is quite low, with high urineosmolality and low urine sodium.1.What type of renal failure is P.W. at risk for developing?2.What is the best therapy to preventing renal failure?