anuria


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anuria

[ə′nyu̇r·ē·ə]
(medicine)
Complete absence of urinary output.
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total] from baseline at six and 12 months and the proportion of patients who developed anuria at one year were determined.
There was no significant influence of polyuria, as opposed to anuria, on survival (p=0.
In view of persistent anuria and compressive hematoma, INR was optimized for laparotomy, yielding 1300 mL of clot from preperitoneal space and leading to subsequent improvement of symptoms.
Univariate analysis showed the following to be associated with death: older age, jaundice, anuria, and hemoptysis (Table 1).
Immediately after cyclophosphamide treatment, he developed anuria and hypertension (150/100 mmHg) and tumor lysis syndrome (TLS) within 24 hours The biochemical analysis at the time revealed BUN 53 mg/dl, creatinine 2.
However, lumbalgia persisted and she started to complain of paresthesias in the lower extremity and of anuria 2 weeks later.
He was in a state of shock, with anuria, central and peripheral cyanosis and widespread mottling of the skin.
Oliguria and anuria are poor prognostic signs for children with ARF and previous studies have reported oliguria rates between 30% and 85% among children developing ARF (5,7,11).
9 percent experienced oliguria or anuria (decreased urine and absence of urine, respectively) and 7.
Renal and systemic abnormalities include oligohydramnios from anuria with pulmonary hypoplasia, renal tubular dysgenesis, intrauterine growth retardation, and patent ductus arteriosus.
the electronic urine output monitoring system, integrated with the PDMS/CIS has enabled us to implement an alarm system that can recognise early clinical situations of oliguria, anuria or polyuria.