acute kidney failure

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Synonyms for acute kidney failure

renal failure associated with burns or other trauma or with acute infection or obstruction of the urinary tract

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In the nephrology clinic, a blood smear test, abdominal ultrasonography, and ADAMTS13 tests were performed for the differential diagnosis of acute kidney failure. The blood smear test showed schistocytes and erythrocyte fragmentation, and ADAMTS13 test was negative.
Nazareth warned: Once acute kidney failure caused the permanent loss of kidney function, that individual will be required to undergo either permanent dialysis or a kidney transplant in order to survive.
The winning entry will be just as useful for short term dialysis for acute kidney failure, supporting children and young adults whose kidneys have stopped working temporarily due to infection or dehydration, and for whom just a few days of dialysis can be lifesaving.
The most common adverse events in patients with CKD related to the study drug were urinary tract infections and genital infections, but there were no detectable signals on acute kidney failure, hyperkalemia, or bone fracture.
Medics have diagnosed acute kidney failure and may have to put Elijah on dialysis, although it is unclear whether this is connected to the cleaning product.
That being said, ACE inhibitors could potentially worsen acute kidney failure, so your providers should follow your renal blood tests (BUN and creatinine) closely and carefully.
After injury curtailed his promising career with Liverpool, Terry suffered acute kidney failure while with the elite Parachute Regiment, leading to his amputation, and was told he had six months to live.
Blood results showed acute kidney failure, her liver was functioning abnormally and there was a build up of acid in her blood stream.
In acute kidney failure due to thromboembolic occlusion of a renal artery it is crucial to identify which patients would benefit from renal revascularisation.
The acquisition of the Swedish manufacturer of dialysis equipment, Gambro, by its American competitor Baxter has been approved by the European Commission - on certain conditions: the divestment of Baxter's continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT) business, which serves patients suffering from acute kidney failure.
Ali and colleagues found that patients with acute-on-chronic kidney disease were significantly older than patients with acute kidney failure alone, and that their chances of renal recovery were reduced (11).
During this time, he developed acute kidney failure; he was on dialysis treatment.
His roommate poisoned the water dispenser in their room, which caused Huang to suffer from acute kidney failure and pulmonary emphysema in just a few days."
The results can be deadly, while other serious side-effects include acute kidney failure, respiratory failure and gastro-intestinal bleeding.
Adverse effects can include acute kidney failure, respiratory failure, internal bleeding and sudden death.
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