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Synonyms for uraemia

accumulation in the blood of nitrogenous waste products (urea) that are usually excreted in the urine

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Presence of uraemia is attributed in 1 case and in the other case no detectable cause could be found.
People with CKD may be considered doubly vulnerable due to the effects of uraemia on cognition and gate-keeping by their kidney health professional and/or family.
Uraemia causes platelet dysfunction that can lead to life-threatening haemorrhage; (10) it also impairs immune function, increasing the risk of developing infections, especially pneumonia.
He died of uraemia, as result of renal stones, at the early age of 54 in 1899.
Organic manic syndrome associated with advanced uraemia due to polycystic kidney disease.
Clonazepam: Effective treatment for restless legs syndrome in uraemia.
Effects of uraemia and haemodialysis on neutrophil apoptosis and expression of apoptosis-related proteins.
Chlorpropamide, the sulphonylurea with the longest half-life, is partly excreted by the kidney as the unchanged parent drug and can accumulate in uraemia.
Objective: To estimate the proportion of community-acquired pneumonia patients with disagreement between Confusion, Uraemia, Respiratory rate, Blood pressure, age > 65 years recommendation and physician's decision to hospitalise or not.
In our study, 66% of patients had anaemia, 25% hypertension, 19% uraemia, 35% obesity, 17% diabetes while sepsis was a major determinant in 77% of the cases.
Polymorph leucocyte function in uraemia and jaundice.
Basal cell carcinoma in the most frequent cause of skin cancer in uraemia occurring in about 4% of maintenance-dialysing patients.
Patient was discharged home after one week when her urine infection was controlled and uraemia improved.
Besides uraemia, metabolic acidosis and fluid and electrolyte imbalances, patients also suffer from physiological stress e.