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the presence of abnormally large amounts of sodium in the urine

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Elevation of BNP levels increases the beneficial effects of removing extracellular fluid via natriuresis, diuresis, and vasodilation, inhibiting production of renin and aldosterone and stimulating growth of vascular myocytes.
Binding of these guanylyl cyclase-coupled receptors leads to an increase in cGMP, which has downstream effects of diuresis and natriuresis, vasodilation, inhibition of the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system, enhanced myocardial relaxation, inhibition of fibrosis and hypertrophy, promotion of cell survival, and inhibition of the inflammatory response.
The highest natriuresis and kaliuresis were observed at the dose of 1000 mg/kg (P<0.
sup][3] Sleep apnea patients often have nocturia, possibly because of increased plasma and urine levels of atrial natriuretic peptide, decreased antidiuretic hormone, and no normal decrease in nocturnal urinary output leading to increased natriuresis and diuresis.
3) Calcium channel blockers cause relaxation of the smooth muscle in arterial walls and may induce mild natriuresis and diuresis; they are also considered to have a neutral effect on glucose and insulin resistance.
We will examine whether sEH inhibition attenuates BP and improves renal autoregulation and pressure natriuresis in 2K1C hypertension.
Un estudio reciente senalo que la inhibicion de la endopeptidasa neutral (NEP), potencia el aumento en la excrecion de sodio en ausencia de un aumento en la tasa de filtracion glomerular o de aumento en el flujo sanguineo renal en respuesta a la ADM exogena, lo que indica que NEP induce natriuresis mediante la inhibicion de la reabsorcion tubular de sodio por atenuar el metabolismo de la ADM (11).
2]S regulates tubular functions and renal hemodynamics, including changes of renal blood flow, natriuresis, kaliuresis, glomerular filtration rate, and urinary excretion [18, 19, 22].
By inhibiting NEP, TD-0714 elevates the levels of these peptides, which may exert protective cardiac and renal effects including vasodilation, diuresis, natriuresis, reversal of maladaptive changes in heart, blood vessels and kidney, prevention of fibrosis, and prevention of end-organ damage.
Numerous previous studies (1, 7-11) have shown that the long-term level of arterial blood pressure occurs where the sodium intake and chronic salt-loading pressure natriuresis curves intersect (equilibrium point).
Pioglitazone may lead to reduction in natriuresis, with a concomitant increase in plasma rennin and aldosterone.
Knox, "Effect of renal decapsulation on renal interstitial hydrostatic pressure and natriuresis," The American Journal of Physiology--Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology, vol.
Appropriate glucocorticoid replacement usually normalizes the blood pressure, and serum renin, aldosterone and electrolytes levels with natriuresis.
Striking increase of natriuresis by low-dose spironolactone in congestive heart failure only in combination with ACE inhibition: mechanistic evidence to support RALES.