oliguria


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abnormally small production of urine

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production of an abnormally small amount of urine

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She was very pale and anxious, with symptoms of tachycardia, tachypnea, low pulse pressure, oliguria and delayed nail capillary refill time.
According to the customary approach applied at the two Centers for refractory oliguria treated with IV loop diuretics in CHF patients, repeated measurements of IVCCI were performed (at least two examinations in each patient) in order to obtain a noninvasive assessment of the right atrial pressure.
Al septimo dia postrasplante, presenta oliguria brusca y febricula con aumento de resistencias vasculares en doppler renal, por lo que se inicia tratamiento con choque de esteroides, gammaglobulina hiperinmune, plasmaferesis y rituximab.
Frock's diagnostic impression of Marty was "[s]uspected antifreeze overdose with oliguria (diminished urine production], acute renal failure, severe increased anion gap metabolic acidosis and hyperkalemia.
In severe pre-eclampsia, patients may develop oliguria (reduced urine output), pulmonary edema (fluid in the lungs), liver dysfunction, thrombocytopenia (low platelet count) and changes in mental status and other cerebral symptoms.
Acute renal failure is characterized by increased BUN and creatinine along with decreased glomerular filtration rate (GFR) and oliguria.
The patient should be considered hemodynamically optimized, and the oliguria is likely a result of established renal insult.
the physician was not kept informed regarding the child's change in cognition, continued oliguria, vomiting, and seizure-like activity.
Complications included oliguria, foot cellulitis, aspiration pneumonia, pericarditis, mediastinitis, and the 1 case of tracheal stenosis.
ARF was defined as a rapid and progressive decline in renal function, manifested as rising plasma urea and creatinine levels, which are usually accompanied by oliguria (<1 ml/kg/hour) or occasionally by polyuria.
A suspected case of leptospirosis was defined as any patient who reported to CHC, Rangat, on or after October 1, 2002 with complaints of fever associated with severe muscle tenderness, any bleeding tendencies including sub-conjunctival haemorrhage, jaundice, cough, haemoptysis and breathlessness, oliguria or signs of mengeal irritation.
F is lying flat in the bed, having difficulty breathing, tachypnea, and confused SECONDARY NURSING INTERVENTIONS: Administer medications as prescribed Assess intake and output / Daily weights Assess symptoms of fluid overload Check electrolytes and labs Assess neuro status /Assess vascular access site PA (PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT): Pulmonary crackles Oxygen saturation: 92% Oliguria Nausea Confusion and restlessness Skin: Dry, flaky and appears jaundiced Vital Signs: HR ^; BP ^;T: 103; R ^ Sacral edema Abdominal distention Weight: 145 lbs.
the electronic urine output monitoring system, integrated with the PDMS/CIS has enabled us to implement an alarm system that can recognise early clinical situations of oliguria, anuria or polyuria.
1990) Transient oliguria with renal tubular dysfunction after a 90 km run.
Patients with stable temperature but with unexplained hypotension, tachycardia, confusion, oliguria, or abnormal white blood cell counts should also have infection in their differential.