renal clearance


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renal clearance

n.
The volume of plasma completely cleared of a specific compound per unit time and measured as a test of kidney function.
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There are two distinct documented routes of renal clearance of insulin; one is through luminal re-absorption of insulin by proximal tubular cells.
Contract notice: Supply through acquisition of material for continuous techniques of renal clearance in intensive care units and plasmafiltration for the general store of the university hospital ramn y cajal
4,5 Gold standard for measurement of GFR is renal clearance of inulin but this is not commonly used due to its relative invasiveness and time consuming.
Other home medications may have accentuated hypoglycemia: digoxin and ranitidine by competing with metformin for common renal tubular transport systems and furosemide which may increase metformin plasma levels without altering renal clearance.
There was concern that NT-proBNP could be more dependent upon renal clearance than BNP, which was also cleared through a clearance receptor.
Escitalopram is the (S)-enantiomer of the racemic antidepressant citalopram, both of which have been shown to decrease renal clearance in patients with mild or moderate renal impairment.
Cystatin C is also a marker of inflammation and like many other markers of inflammation its plasma concentration may be higher in patients with decreased renal clearance.
Full-dose simeprevir was likely acceptable since renal clearance plays an insignificant role (<1%) in the elimination of simeprevir [9].
However, it is important to note that interpreting elevations in troponin T is a challenge in patients who have kidney impairment, because the problem may impair renal clearance of troponin.
fragment of human 1gG4; DPP-4 resistant Slow renal clearance due to large size
This clinical phenomenon has now been termed augmented renal clearance (ARC).