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an·u·ric

(an-yūr'ik),
Relating to anuria.

anuric

adjective Referring to or evoking anuria.

an·u·ric

(ă-nyūr'ik)
Relating to anuria.

an·u·ric

(ă-nyūr'ik)
Relating to anuria.
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Anuric patients on long-term dialysis have issues of fluid buildup between dialysis sessions.
For this reason its use in the treatment of IDH in anuric haemodialysis patients has uncertain results; although "it has been postulated that fludrocortisone may raise blood pressure in these patients through an extrarenal hemodynamic effect (perhaps enhanced alpha-1 receptor sensitivity), there appears to be limited evidence of its success in the literature "(Perazella, 2001).
However, dialysis is an effective supportive measure in case of oliguric or anuric AKI.
Anuric patients were not included, because anuria reflects severe kidney injury for which biomarkers may not be of much value.
JB is anuric and has tolerated intravenous contrast administration in the past.
Examples of optimization include: antiplatelet therapy in diabetics or patients with a high risk of experiencing a cardiovascular event, discontinuation of diuretics in anuric patients, hepatitis B vaccination, alternative phosphate binders for patients experiencing side effects, etc.
Apheresis has been reported to successfully support anuric patients with cerebral and pulmonary complications (117).
On the second day of admission, the patient became anuric, despite appropriate intravenous hydration and diuretic therapy.
The 30-strong team of detectives has been targeting the cartel for two years, in an operation code named Anuric,after picking up intelligence about their dealings in the UK.
Despite appropriate antibiotic therapy, the patient became anuric and was placed on continuous venoveno hemodialysis.
In spite of therapy, the patient remains nearly anuric and dialysis is initiated.