oliguric


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oliguric

(ˌɒlɪˈɡjʊərɪk)
adj
of or relating to oliguria
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Oliguric AKI usually has more severe renal damage, with a worse prognosis than non-oliguric kidney injury, which is often complicated by severe metabolic acidosis, hyperkalemia and water intoxication, and even endangers the lives of patients.
Aggressive intravenous resuscitation with crystalloids was started and, being oliguric, a urinary catheter was inserted to measure urine output.
Diuretics are only indicated in the presence of fluid volume overload, absent evidence that loop diuretics are effective in oliguric AKI.
Among the AKI patients, 20.83% had oliguric and 13.33% had non-oliguric renal failure (Figure 3).
The patient may be anuric with no urinary output or oliguric with very little output.
Clinical and laboratory predictors of oliguric renal failure in haemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome caused by hantaan virus.
6- Dopamine: Dopamine is used in oliguric patients with severe OHSS and confers a notable improvement in renal function.
However, postrenal causes can occur from direct tumor or lymph nodes compression, and the patient usually presents with oliguric AKI.
Serial cardiac enzymes remained negative and his liver allograft continued to have normalizing liver function tests although he developed oliguric renal failure.
Upon entering the body, inorganic mercury ions are accumulated mainly in the kidneys and give rise to vomiting and diarrhea, followed by hypovolemic shock, oliguric renal failure, and possibly death [1-4].
His course was complicated by oliguric acute kidney injury requiring continuous renal replacement therapy, sepsis, and ischemic stroke.