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Fluids and renals 

Fluids and renals
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Fluids and renals
Author(s):

Tim Raine

, James Dawson

, Stephan Sanders

, and Simon Eccles

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199683819.003.0012
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date: 19 January 2022

Acute kidney injury

Chronic renal failure

Haematuria

Proteinuria

Glomerular disease

Urological disorders

Low urine output

IV fluids

Potassium emergencies

Electrolyte imbalance

Acute rise from baseline of serum urea and creatinine ±oliguria ( Table 12.1);1there are three basic mechanisms:

Prerenal hypoperfusion of kidney due to eg ↓BP, hypovolaemia, renal artery occlusion (mass, emboli)...

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