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anuria

[ə′nyu̇r·ē·ə]
(medicine)
Complete absence of urinary output.
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We can suspect the condition when a patient suffering from HELLP syndrome or abruptio placentae develops anuric ARF and fails to produce any urinary output after 3 or 4 weeks on dialysis--enough time for acute tubular necrosis to show any sign of recovery.
An alternative approach is to estimate TRU over a 7-day period, which corresponds to the urea generated within the same time period for the anuric patients, and calculate nPNA without blood sampling [4].
ARF occurs in 16-40% of human infections with severe symptoms and presentation may range from isolated proteinuria to severe anuric ARF [3,9,10].
During the day, she became increasingly anuric and hypoxic with worsening ARDS and was unable to maintain normal oxygen saturation levels, with a fraction of inspired oxygen (Fi[O.
HUS is a TMA that mainly affects the kidney and may cause oliguric or anuric renal failure.
The investigation was launched as a spin-off from Operation Anuric, an operation to smash a drug smuggling empire, which concluded in January this year.
Anuric smashed an international drug cartel which smuggled in more than pounds 1.
The patient developed anuric renal failure requiring hemodialysis.
One patient was treated with hemodialysis due to anuric renal failure.
Patients with TTP are more likely to present with neurologic symptoms, while patients with HUS usually have more severe renal dysfunction with anuric renal failure.
The 30-strong team of detectives has been targeting the cartel for two years, in an operation codenamed Anuric, after picking up intelligence about their dealings in the UK.
Michael's urine output gradually slowed, and by 36 hours after admission to PICU, he was anuric and on maximal vasoactive/inotropic support.