renal insufficiency


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re·nal in·suf·fi·cien·cy

defective function of the kidneys, with accumulation of waste products (particularly nitrogenous) in the blood.

renal insufficiency

A defect in renal ability to 'clear' waste products, a sign of inadequate glomerular filtration
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The safety and efficacy of maintenance therapy of recombinant human erythropoietin in patients with renal insufficiency. American Journal of Kidney Diseases, 14(6), 496-506.
We used a very inexpensive method of calculating GFR by using C-G formula, and tried to highlight that underlying renal insufficiency, not apparent by a rise in SCr is a significant risk factor for the development of CIN which has a strong impact on prolongation of hospital stay and long term morbidity and mortality.
Most people who have renal insufficiency do fine even on allopurinol, as long as they are started on a low dose that is titrated upward to therapeutic effect, and they are monitored for kidney function.
He pointed to the Center's support for patients with renal insufficiency in dialysis sessions which have a significant impact in reducing their suffering.
[9] Many studies have reported the presence of anemia mostly in patients with diabetes having renal insufficiency [10] and very few mentioned diabetics before evidence of renal impairment.
The list of serious diseases, having which means a person cannot be arrested, includes such deceases as: third degree tuberculosis, tumor, cancer, type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus, chronic psychosis and dementia, strokes and heart attacks, muscular dystrophies of various clinical types of 2-3 degrees, full blindness, life-threatening heart issues, gangrene of the extremities, severe bronchial asthma, cirrhosis of the liver, chronic renal insufficiency, uratic arthritis and other illnesses.
The cumulative rates of renal insufficiency were 11, 9, and 18 percent at 31 to 365 days after PA, PN, and RN, respectively.
The majority of patients enrolled in TANGO II presented at baseline with severe co-morbidities including compromised immune systems or renal insufficiency, each of which can complicate treatment and have a negative impact on clinical outcomes.
Objective: To investigate the characteristics of clinical therapeutic drugs in elderly chronic heart failure (CHF) patients complicated with different degrees of renal insufficiency.
None had a prior diagnosis of heart disease, renal insufficiency, poorly controlled cholesterol levels or diabetes.
The past history included mitral valve repair and coronary bypass surgery 27 years previously, mild type II diabetes for 12 years, renal insufficiency (stage III) with a stable creatinine level of 1.5 mg/dL for 8 years and prostatic hypertrophy.
There are reported cases of detectable serum levels of vancomycin after oral administration in the setting of severe colitis and renal insufficiency [5, 9].