anuria


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anuria

[ə′nyu̇r·ē·ə]
(medicine)
Complete absence of urinary output.
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RIFLE grading criteria for AKI: Risk: Kidney function declined within seven days, and serum creatinine level increased 1.5-fold or by [greater than or equal to]26.4 umol/L or urine output remained a$?0.5 ml*kg-1*h-1 for 6 h; injury: serum creatinine level doubled or urine output remained a$?0.5 ml*kg-1*h-1 for 12 h; failure: serum creatinine level increased 3-fold or by [greater than or equal to]354 umol/L, or urine output remained a$?0.5 ml*kg-1*h-1 for 24 h or anuria remained for [greater than or equal to]12 hour.
The patient had normal biochemical values but presented to our clinic with anuria 24 hours later.
His graft was perfectly working fine when he had marked bleeding in the drain on the 3rd postoperative day associated with anuria and hypotension.
Among these patients, 41 (91.1%) had plasma creatinine >353.6 [micro]mol/L, 6 (13.3%) had anuria, 3 (6.7%) required dialysis, 2 (4.4%) experienced shock, and 2 (4.4%) required admission to the intensive care unit.
Patients may present with flank pain, urinary incontinence, fever, ascites, prolonged ileus, anuria, and even hydronephrosis and dysfunctional kidneys [5].
If the urine volume was decreased by 10 ml/h compared to the baseline value for two consecutive measurements, it was defined as decreased urine volume (except for AKI patients with anuria).
A 4-year-old female presented to the Pediatric Emergency Department at Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon, SK, Canada, with 4 days of worsening cough and increased work of breathing and one day of anuria. Her initial vital signs showed a temperature of 37.5 degrees Celsius, pulse rate of 125 beats per minutes, blood pressure of 114/58 mmHg, respiratory rate of 70 breaths per minute, and oxygen saturation of 95% on 30 litres of high flow oxygen with 21% FiO2.
One patient died three days later, and the other patient survived after emergent hemodialysis for his anuria [2].
Infants with CoA who develop congestive heart failure may also have oliguria or anuria, severe acidemia, circulatory shock, and differential cyanosis [4].
After the secondary surgery for ligation of the bleeding vessels, the patient had acute kidney injury with anuria, intractable hyperkalemia, and metabolic acidosis.
Postoperative monitoring of vital signs indicated that the patient was going into shock with respiratory failure and acidemia progression due to anuria despite administration of an inotropic agent and high-volume infusion of colloidal fluid.