anuria


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Synonyms for anuria

inability to urinate

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AAA or IAA is a very rare cause of anuria and is usually not primarily considered.
The ureteric obstruction was recognized on the table when a patient with well-functioning graft suddenly developed anuria when the wound was closed.
(34%), who used similar severity criteria (but excluded anuria, hemorrhage requiring blood transfusion, admission to the intensive care unit, and death from their definition) (9).
Given her worsening clinical status and anuria, CRRT was initiated.
Renal hypoperfusion causes AKI, which may present itself with oliguria or anuria. Unfortunately, loop diuretics are accepted as 'urine producers' among physicians in ICUs and are often used.
The post-operative period was characterized by hypovolemia refractory to effective vascular filling, as well as anuria, although respiratory function and perfusion of the lower limbs were preserved.
A possible cause is the use of high-dose furosemide because of anuria associated with simultaneous kidney failure.
All animals had difficulty in urination and defecation, two buffaloes and two cattle had anuria condition.
Coccus may be useful in cases where there is dysuria or anuria, urgency, haematuria and fine brick-red urinary gravel, accompanying spasmodic left-sided kidney pain that extends to the bladder.
There the patient initially passed red coloured urine once, followed by anuria. The patient was given 10 vials of anti-snake venom (ASV) and was referred to our hospital, after one day stay at local hospital.
O POP disponibilizado pelo INCA (19) descreve a necessidade de manter o balanco hidrico ate 6 horas apos o procedimento a fim de detectar sinais de insuficiencia renal, como oliguria, anuria e hematuria.
Urine iodine measurement was not possible given the patient's anuria. We hypothesize that the patient's hyperthyroidism was secondary to either an underlying autonomously functioning multinodular goiter or antibody-negative Graves' disease, exacerbated by significant exogenous iodine exposure from a previously unreported PD-related source.
Continuous venovenous hemofiltration was initiated for management of anasarca and anuria. On day 4 of transfer, her infant reportedly died of HSV-2 sepsis at another hospital.
He also developed acute kidney injury with a creatinine of 1.6 mg/dL and anuria of 200 mL over 24 hours.
It is generally associated with oliguria or anuria, sometimes with gross hematuria, fever, and bleeding from incision.