acute renal failure

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Synonyms for acute renal failure

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

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HIV care and the incidence of acute renal failure. Clin Infect Dis.
Tran et al (26) reported that approximately 50% of patients of malaria had biochemical evidence of renal involvement (serum creatinine >2 mg/dl) but only 30% fulfilled the stricter WHO criteria of acute renal failure. Mehta et al (17) found that P.
Rabb, "Inflammatory cells in ischemic acute renal failure," Kidney International, vol.
We gave a single dose betamethasone depot injection 19.6 mg i.m.) because the skin eruptions were getting worse and overriding acute renal failure. Following this treatment, rapid (in days) clinical improvement was observed.
Acute renal failure secondary to intra-abdominal infection is primarily mediated through the action of inflammatory cytokines.
"Thus, the results of this clinical study showed that pre-operative therapy with aspirin is associated with preventing about an extra three cases of acute renal failure per 100 patients undergoing CABG or/and valve surgery," Prof Sun said.
Potentially the most definitive data was to come from the Stuivenberg Hospital Acute Renal Failure investigators, who provided interim analyses of a large, multi-centre, prospective, randomised clinical trial of 996 patients reporting a hospital mortality of 68% for those treated with PIRRT and 64% for those treated with CRRT (45,46).
Cocaine induced rhabdomyolysis with secondary acute renal failure
The Northern Governorate Police general director said Abdulali Ali Ahmed, 73, died of acute renal failure.
During recovery, the patient became septic, went into acute renal failure, acute respiratory failure, and septic shock.
Renal injury as a result of ischemia reperfusion (I/R) is a major clinical problem and is the most common cause of acute renal failure after renal transplantation, shock, sepsis, and renal artery stenosis.
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