nephrotoxic


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Group C rabbits were given acute nephrotoxic single dose of amphotericin B deoxycholate.
Ochratoxin: Ochratoxin A (OTA) is a nephrotoxic, immunotoxic, and carcinogenic mycotoxin.
These include discontinuing nephrotoxic drugs when possible, avoiding hyperglycemia, ensuring appropriate volume status and perfusion pressure, and considering functional hemodynamic monitoring and alternatives to radio-contrast procedures.
Historically, the presence of a renal portal system in avian species has led to cautious use of potentially nephrotoxic drugs such as amino-glycosides and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, particularly precluding administration of such drugs in the caudal half of the body where drugs are subject to first-pass through the kidneys.
Measures are aimed at the prevention of hemodynamic disorders and inflammatory changes, avoiding nephrotoxic drugs, and the prevention of metabolic disorders.
In nephrotoxic ARF due to drugs there is preservation of urine flow, so called non-oliguric ARF and it usually manifests as asymptomatic rises in blood urea and serum creatinine and also imparts a lower mortality.
Studies concerning nephrotoxicity in the literature indicate very diverse risk factors such as gender and concomitant use of nephrotoxic drugs.
2] is not an independent nephrotoxic risk factor of AKI.
45], confirmed the positive correlation between the incidence of urinary tract tumors (UTT) and BEN demonstrated in our first population-based case control 1977 study and that the percentage of food samples and blood containing nephrotoxic mycotoxin and carcinogen ochratoxin A (OTA) correlated with the origin of echantillonsr Nikolo (the group of BEN/UTT patients).
Contrast induced nephropathy (CIN) is iatrogenic deterioration of renal function following intravascular contrast media (CM) administration in the absence of another nephrotoxic event.
The implication of these substantially elevated risk levels is that periodic assessment of renal function, as well as avoidance of long-term use of nephrotoxic drugs, should become part of the routine care for patients with severe psoriasis, Dr.
9) Use of gadolinium can also be considered with MRI to enhance the visualization of periaortic inflammatory tissues, and is less nephrotoxic than iodinated contrast agents.
Examples of drug-specific factors include their cytotoxic effect on cells, mechanisms of clearance, and concomitant use with other non-chemotherapeutic nephrotoxic agents.
Special care should be given to the high-risk of patients to prevent renal hypoperfusion, avoid nephrotoxic medications, and provide adequate fluid therapy.
Because patients are not exposed to ionizing radiation and nephrotoxic contrast media with this technique, MRI is an attractive option in this clinical setting (8,9) particularly for younger patients with conditions placing them at higher risk for TAAs such as bicuspid aortic valve and Marfan, Ehlers-Danlos, and Loeys-Dietz syndromes.