anuria


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Synonyms for anuria

inability to urinate

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Risk factors for fatal leptospirosis were jaundice, anuria, and hemoptysis at admission.
El paciente se muestra mas hipotenso, por lo que hay que aumentar aminas vasoactivas y, oligurico que evoluciona a anuria.
However, O26-HUS patients had significantly longer periods of anuria than O157-HUS patients (p = 0.
Suggested criteria for earlier introduction of renal replacement therapy include oliguria (<200 ml/12 h), anuria (<50 ml/12 and urea levels >30 mmol/l.
Exclusion criteria were referrals from other ICUs, severe liver failure, oligo- or anuria, and an underestimated ventilation period.
In addition, the urinary output may be [is less than] 30 cc/hr and may progress to total anuria.
The third stage (48-96 h after ingestion) can occur suddenly, with hepatorenal syndrome, a severe oliguria or anuria, and a severe hepatic necrosis with encephalopathy.
Because of the hydrochlorothiazide component, HYZAAR is also contraindicated in patients with anuria (absence of urine formation) or hypersensitivity to other sulfonamide-derived drugs.
CASE REPORT: An eight month old female child weighing 8kgs presenting with h/o fever, cough, difficulty in breathing for 3 days, 2 episodes of convulsions and anuria was admitted to paediatric ICU.
Meanwhile, my grandmother continued to need mechanical ventilation and became comatose and anuria She was evaluated by physicians from the departments of general surgery, infectious disease, nephrology, hematology, pulmonology, and pathology.
Los niveles de potasio en sangre, estan muy relacionados con el control de la ingesta dietetica, especialmente en los pacientes en anuria, ya que los que presentan diuresis residual estan sujetos a menos restricciones dieteticas.
1) disorders ([subsection]) Oliguria ([paras]) or anuria 34/128 (26.
Because of the hydrochlorothiazide component, TEVETEN(R) HCT is contraindicated in patients with anuria or hypersensitivity to other sulfonamide-derived drugs; patients should be observed for clinical signs of fluid or electrolyte imbalance.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVE: our aim is to evaluate safety and efficacy of PCNL (Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy) [3] in these infants presenting with bilateral obstructive renal calculi and anuria.
Despite supportive treatment (including administration of plasma from a BHF survivor), his condition worsened; hematemesis, melena, hematochezia, hematuria, anuria, respiratory alkalosis, and metabolic acidosis developed in the patient, eventually resulting in death.