anuria


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Synonyms for anuria

inability to urinate

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Therefore, chronic dehydration and anuria were unlikely as a cause for this presentation.
Secondary outcomes included change in CrCl, and Kt/V at six months and one year, and the number of patients who developed anuria at one year.
Caution must be exercised in patients with severely impaired renal function, combined renal and hepatic disease, combined renal and cardiac disease, severe thyrotoxlcosis myelomatosis, or anuria, particularly when large doses are administered.
Important Information About Ethacrynate Sodium for Injection All diuretics, including ethacrynic acid, are contraindicated in anuria.
Anuric patients were not included, because anuria reflects severe kidney injury for which biomarkers may not be of much value.
Because of the severity of the injury and the lack of dosing information in birds, the dose used was comparative with that used in human protocols, which, for a case of moderate severity in the absence of serious hemorrhage, shock, or anuria, is 4 to 8 ampules.
7] The clinical suspected diagnosis of an obstructing ureterocele should be considered in any female infant presented with intermittent stream, bladder distension, anuria, or ascites.
Continuous venovenous hemodialysis without any ultrafiltration was started for the worsening metabolic acidosis and the anuria.
Refractory fluid overload in patients with oliguria or anuria
It was found that FA administered orally to rats caused mucosal ulcers, necrosis, hemorrhage and perforation in the gastrointestinal system and, subsequently, the development of metabolic acidosis, circulatory failure, hematuria, anuria and renal papillary necrosis.
We report a case of a rapidly expanding RSH causing obstructive anuria and hydronephrosis in addition to a review of literature on this rare presentation of RSH.
The symptoms of acute renal failure are oliguria and anuria, edema, hypotension, congestive heart failure, and increased levels of blood urea nitrogen (BUN) and creatinine.
Presentando una disminucion de la diuresis en diferentes grados e incluso anuria.
Eligible were all hospitalized patients who had 1) fever plus at least 2 other signs and symptoms of leptospirosis (headache, myalgia, eye pain, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea, conjunctival suffusion, jaundice, tea-colored urine, oliguria, anuria, or unusual bleeding) (6); 2) history of wading in floodwater; and 3) symptoms that started September 26-October 31.