We describe a case of rhino-sinosal mucormycosis in a CAT-B coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19) patient who developed an AKI, 2 weeks following her recovery from COVID-19. The case report explores the impact of appropriate fluid balance on the treatment of AKI in a patient receiving Inj amphotericin B for the management of rhino-sinosal mucormycosis which she contracted during her COVID-19 infection.
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