natriuresis


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natriuresis

[¦na·trē·yu̇′rē·səs]
(physiology)
Excretion of sodium in the urine.
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At timepoint 2, the artificial SIADH had been induced resulting in hypotonic hyponatremia (overall: serum sodium 133 mmol/l ([+ or -] 2.0); serum osmolality 269 mmol/kg ([+ or -] 3.2)), elevated urine osmolality (overall: 502 mmol/kg ([+ or -] 138.7)), and natriuresis (overall: urine sodium 83 mmol/l ([+ or -] 39.5)).
Elevation of BNP levels increases the beneficial effects of removing extracellular fluid via natriuresis, diuresis, and vasodilation, inhibiting production of renin and aldosterone and stimulating growth of vascular myocytes.
Other effects such as improved glycemic control; increase in glucagon levels; decrease in serum uric acid levels; activation of hypoxia-inducible factor 1 and subsequent erythropoiesis; reductions in vascular stiffness, vascular resistance, blood pressure and body weight; natriuresis; and the effect on systemic and renal neurohormonal systems may also contribute to improvements in progression of renal disease (Neal et al., 2017; Wanner, 2017; Wanner et al., 2016).
"So if nighttime blood pressure is high it could lead through increased pressure natriuresis to increased urine production.
"So if nighttime blood pressure is high, it could lead through increased pressure natriuresis to increased urine production.
By causing the release of prostaglandins and nitric oxide (NO), the passage of BK into the renal arteries increases the blood flow to the kidneys and causes diuresis and natriuresis (23, 24).
In the present case, serum Na concentrations, osmolality, ANP, BNP, ADH, diminished skin turgor, decreasing body weight, and prolonged natriuresis despite hyponatremia were consistent with the diagnosis of CSWS rather than SIADH.
Mullane, "Natriuresis in the rhesus monkey after intracranial hypertension," Annals of Surgery, vol.
Moreover, due to the degradation of vasodilatory peptides (i.e., bradykinin, adrenomedullin, endothelin-1, and angiotensin II), which leads to the dysregulation of natriuresis vasodilatation, high expression of CD10 is correlated with the loss of heart and kidney function, caused by ongoing fibrosis.
Terlipressin is an effective drug for variceal bleeding and hepatorenal syndrome in cirrhosis because it vasoconstricts the splanchnic circulation via the V1 receptors [19], but vasopressin also exerts activity on the renal V2 receptors present in the renal collecting ducts; therefore, it causes antidiuresis and natriuresis [20, 21].
ADM executes numerous actions including vasodilation, natriuresis, and evasion of apoptosis and stimulation of nitric oxide (NO) production, mainly through the calcitonin receptor-like receptor (CLR) and a specific receptor-activity modifying protein, and activates the second messenger signal, resulting in an increase in cAMP and NO synthesis.
Na content may induce hypertension, though Mg supplement might lower the blood pressure by suppressing the adrenergic activity and, likely, natriuresis [46].