History of repeated previous episodes (two at least) of oliguria
(less than 20 ml of urine per hour over 12 hours at least)
was defined as a urinary output of <1ml/kg/hour for infants and young children, and <400 ml/day for adolescents (1,2).
2] <300mmHg * Oliguria
, defined as diurese <400ml/24h, refractory to careful hydration or to furosemide or dopamine * Acute urea deterioration to 15mmol/l or creatinine >400mmol/l * Jaundice with pre-eclampsia * Thyrotoxic crisis * Acute thrombocytopenia requiring transfusion of platelets * Sub-arachnoid or intra-parenchymatous haemorrhage * Anaesthetic accident: (1) severe hypotension associated with epidural or rachidian anaesthesia, hypotension defined as systolic pressure <90 mmHg for more than 60 minutes; (2) failure in tracheal intubation requiring anaesthetic reversion
Septic shock, a subgroup of severe sepsis, has been defined as "sepsis-induced hypotension (systolic blood pressure [less than or equal to]90 mm Hg or a reduction of [greater than or equal to]40 mm Hg from baseline) despite adequate fluid resuscitation along with the presence of perfusion abnormalities that may include, but are not limited to, lactic acidosis, oliguria
, or an acute alteration in mental status.
The physician noted oliguria
along with a silent abdomen that was slightly distended.
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, Capoten and Zaroxolyn.
If complaints or visual inspection indicate a dry mouth, the resident should be assessed for other signs/symptoms of dehydration, including dry mucous membranes; loss of skin turgor; intense thirst; flushed skin; oliguria
(decreased urine output in relation to fluid intake); dark, yellow urine; and/or possible elevated temperature.
7,8) Mild proteinuria and oliguria
may also be observed.
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Lachiewicz and colleagues (28) reported on 6 patients who developed rhabdomyolysis of the down leg's gluteal musculature with nerve palsies and postoperative oliguria