diuresis


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diuresis

[‚dī·yu̇′rē·səs]
(medicine)
Increased excretion of urine.
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The trial results indicated that the subcutaneous administration of the novel furosemide formulation was as effective as the traditional intravenous administration in getting furosemide into the blood stream, and in achieving diuresis.
Variables relacionadas con el estado de volumen: diuresis de 24 horas, peso, tension arterial sistolica y diastolica.
We compared the lifetime trend of U-Cd as a function of gender, smoking status, diuresis, and urinary protein excretion.
Clinically, patients showed mild neurologic symptoms, rapid diuresis in response to solute intake, and laboratory values, if available, that showed severe hyponatremia (mean serum sodium, 108 mmol/L), hypokalemia (mean potassium, 3 mmol/L), and low urine sodium concentrations.
In terms of cardiac outcomes, 11% of the women had an arrhythmia in the peripartum period, and 5% required diuresis, Ms.
4) Therefore I urge caution in trying to force a diuresis with resuscitation fluids if patients present with anuria/oliguria and do not respond to initial fluid therapy as they can be pushed into fluid overload with subsequent need for ventilatory support.
6%) who were hospitalized in the Pediatric Service or Pediatric Intensive Care Unit were followed up only with general supportive treatment, forced diuresis was performed in 89 subjects (63.
Very positive results were highlighted, confirming the benefits of this innovative ingredient: it helps to significantly increase diuresis (27% in women with a BMI [Less than]25) and helps to significantly decrease swelling (feet, ankles, calves) and the feeling of heavy legs.
On the contrary, removal of the neural input by renal denervation leads to inhibition of tubular transport (denervation diuresis and natriuresis) (5,6) and, under some circumstances, to a decrease in renin secretion and angiotensin II (Ang II) formation (7).
Acetazolamide is an inhibitor of carbonic anhydrase and thus promotes an alkaline diuresis (2).