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az·o·tem·ic

(az'ō-tēm'ik),
Relating to azotemia.

az·o·tem·ic

(ā'zō-tēm'ik)
Relating to azotemia.
Synonym(s): azotaemic.

azotemic

pertaining to or emanating from azotemia.

azotemic pseudodiabetes
the glucose intolerance that occurs with primary renal failure, probably due to peripheral resistance to glucose utilization.
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Ischemic ulceration of skin and necrosis of muscle in azotemic hyperparathyroidism.
Other names that have been used to describe calciphylaxis include uremic gangrene syndrome (Edwards, Jaffe, Arrowsmith, & Henderson, 2000), metastatic calcinosis, azotemic calcific arteriopathy, and intimal hyperplasia, but the most functional term may be the more recent vascular calcification-cutaneous necrosis syndrome (Flanigan et al.
Studies with dogs and cats involving the XRF instrument indicated dosages of 300 mg I/kg would be sufficient to attain serum I >40 mg/L at the later time points for azotemic animals, but nonazotemic dogs and cats may require higher dosages (400 and 600 mg/kg, respectively) [9].
Effect of captopril on heavy proteinuria in azotemic diabetics.
Other aspects of treatment include radio-contrast media which are particularly nephrotoxic in patients with diabetic nephropathy, and azotemic patients should be hydrated prior to receiving any procedures requiring unavoidable contrast.