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High-dose urography in oliguric and anuric patients

Paul F.G.M. van Waes

High-dose urography in oliguric and anuric patients

excretion of urographic contrast media in advanced renal failure

by Paul F.G.M. van Waes

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Published by Excerpta Medica in Amsterdam .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anuria,
  • Oliguria,
  • Urinary organs -- Radiography

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC901 W16
    The Physical Object
    Pagination165p.
    Number of Pages165
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20232586M

    Iodide Mumps after Intravascular Administration of a Nonionic Contrast Medium. J. Christensen. Iodide Mumps after Intravascular Administration of a Nonionic Contrast Medium: Case Report and Review of the Literature Van Waes, P. F. G. M.: High-dose urography in oliguric and anuric patients. Exerpta Medica, Amsterdam , p. Google Cited by: spontaneously after 11 days of therapy. The remaining four patients became anuric during therapy (Table 1). Therapy was continued without interruption in two patients (V.P and M.S) but was interrupted in the two others and not reinstituted until resolution of .

    Oliguria: Incidence • 18% of patients in the medical-surgical ICU who have intact renal function. • 69% of patients in the ICU who develop Acute Kidney Injury (Acute Renal Failure) remains oliguric despite this. She is a total of 18 Liters fluid up. • Her creatinine has increased from a File Size: KB. Clinical Urography is a fitting tribute to his legacy, which is one of un-compromising pursuit of excellence in the diagnosis and treatment of urologic disease in patients everywhere. Mark S. Ridlen Brown University School of Medicine Rhode Island Hospital Providence, RI Clinical Urography, 2nd ed. Edited by Howard M. Pollack and Bruce L. Skip to main content. MENU. Search Browse; Resources. Authors; Librarians; Editors; SocietiesCited by: 7.

    Paul F. G. M. van Waes has written: 'High-dose urography in oliguric and anuric patients' -- subject(s): Anuria, Oliguria, Radiography, Urinary organs Asked in Health What are the Signs and. Initially, 20 to 40 mg IV or IM, increasing by 20 mg every 2 hours as needed to attain clinical response. Administer IV doses slowly. A maximum infusion rate of 4 mg/minute has been recommended when administering doses greater than mg or for patients with cardiac or renal failure. Urography, X-ray examination of any part of the urinary tract after introduction of a radiopaque substance (often an organic iodine derivative) that casts an X-ray shadow. This contrast fluid, which passes quickly into the urine, may be taken orally or injected intravenously. It may also be injected directly into the area being examined. Tumours, tuberculous abscesses, kidney stones, and.


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