oliguria


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abnormally small production of urine

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production of an abnormally small amount of urine

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In the present study oliguria, higher concentration of bilirubin, severity of ARF, cerebral malaria, pulmonary oedema/ ARDS were associated with poor prognosis.
Fatigue and oliguria were observed in the patient following laparoscopic cholecystectomy and amoxicillin administration.
On the third day of hospitalization, the patient was complicated by oliguria and increased creatinine.
Other anomalies found in fetus were oliguria, hyperkalemia, renal dysfunction, respiratory failure and joint contractures.
In the follow-up, oliguria, edema or hypertension did not develop.
Reported presenting symptoms have included dysuria, oliguria, anuria, polyuria, pelvic and abdominal pain, and hematuria.
Oliguria at presentation was defined as a urine output of less than 0.
En 2014, presento un cuadro clinico de 6 meses de evolucion con presencia de edemas en sus extremidades, oliguria y aumento de peso.
In third case, a Pomerarian dog of 12 years age was brought with history of oliguria since last seven days.
In our case, the patient had severe renal impairment and oliguria at presentation, but retrograde filling of the distal vascular graft permitted a partial perfusion of the transplanted kidney.
Other presenting factors of intra- and extraperitoneal ruptures will include hematuria, oliguria, lower abdominal pain, distention, ileus, peritonitis, or sepsis.
1) Severe preeclampsia presents with systemic blood pressure over 160/110 mmHg, proteinuria [greater than or equal to] 2 gr/24 hours, serum creatinine >2 mg/dl, oliguria, thrombocytopenia, epigastric pain, cerebral and visual disruptions, headache, pulmonary edema, and elevated liver enzymes.
High levels of potassium are related to a high potassium diet (including the use of potassium salt substitutes), increased tissue breakdown, hyperaldosteronism (which may be related to ACE-I or ARB use), use of certain diuretics or oliguria.
Compromiso renal: el diagnostico de falla o insuficiencia renal debe sospecharse claramente si hay concentracion de creatinina serica superior a 1 mg/dL, asi como con la presencia de oliguria, de anuria, de poliuria o de varias de ellas.