diuresis


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diuresis

[‚dī·yu̇′rē·səs]
(medicine)
Increased excretion of urine.
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Under diuresis and MET, intravenous fluid - normal saline, Ringer's lactate, hypertonic IVF solution and diuretics were given to the patients for hydration and forced diuresis to flush out the fragment, dust-debris and microparticles during ESWL procedure.
Conclusions: Our results suggest that the mechanisms through which Echinodorus grandiflorus extracts induce prolonged diuresis and reduce blood pressure in normotensive and 2K1C rats are mainly related to activation of muscarinic and bradykinin receptors with direct effects on prostaglandins and nitric oxide pathways.
Descontinuando la infusion cuando los niveles hayan aumentado 4-6 mEq/L o si emerge diuresis acuosa.
We compared the lifetime trend of U-Cd as a function of gender, smoking status, diuresis, and urinary protein excretion.
Alkaline diuresis using isotonic saline, sodium bicarbonate, and diuretics are used in the management of myoglobinuria.
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.
Massive osmotic diuresis in the early hours of therapy needs agresive fluid management to prevent shock and avoid the complications of vascular collapse (lactic acidosis, rhabdomyolysis, renal failure, thrombosis) (4), (7).
The mechanism of the reduction of blood glucose may be due to increased diuresis following bathing in mineral water.
Los mecanismos subyacentes basicos que conllevan a la CAD, resultan de los efectos de la deficiencia de insulina y de la elevacion de las hormonas contrarreguladoras en el higado y en el tejido adiposo, asi como la diuresis osmotica (inducida por hiperglicemia en el rinon) y la disminucion de la captacion periferica de glucosa (3).
In terms of cardiac outcomes, 11% of the women had an arrhythmia in the peripartum period, and 5% required diuresis, Ms.