1 edition of On the diuresis following ether narcosis found in the catalog.
Reprinted from the Journal of Medical Research, XVIII, no. 2, 1908.
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The Lancet ORIGINAL ARTICLES * This work was aided by a grant from the Dutch Foundation for Scientific Investigations. THE THREE TYPES OF "NATURAL" DIURESIS J.G.G. Borst M.D. PROFESSOR OF MEDICINE L.A. De Vries Chem. Doctorandus HEAD OF THE BIOCHEMICAL LABORATORY From the Department of Medicine, University of Amsterdam, United Kingdom From Cited by: Diuresis or urinary alkalinisation for salicylate poisoning? Br Med J Article (PDF Available) in British Medical Journal (Clinical research ed.) () December with Reads.
Full text of "The American year-book of anesthesia & analgesia" See other formats. In addition to discharging still “wet” patients from the hospital too soon, Dr. Tedford said another common mistake he sees is failing to recognize that a patient has congestion in the first place. Discerning congestion. It is important to pick up on signs of congestion, said Dr. Tedford, not only to know how to treat hospitalized heart Author: Deborah Gesensway.
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Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (M), or click on a page image below to browse page by : P. Hawk. Osmotic diuresis. Osmotic diuresis is the increase of urination rate caused by the presence of certain substances in the small tubes of the kidneys.
The excretion occurs when substances such as glucose enter the kidney tubules and cannot be reabsorbed (due to a pathological state or the normal nature of the substance). The substances cause an increase in the osmotic pressure within the tubule. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Author of Practical physiological chemistry, What we eat and what happens to it, My mother's diary and I, Streamline for health, Off the racket, Hawk's physiological chemistry, Physiological chemistry, Practical physiological chemistry. Rationale: A large diuresis following a diuretic medication might decrease circulating volume significantly and cause a drop in blood pressure.
Caution patients to rise slowly and avoid the occurrence of orthostatic hypotension. A rise in blood glucose is a rare adverse effect. Non-asborbable osmotic diuretic (stays in bloodstream and tubules) ~Filtered (↑osmolality of tubular fluid) ~Inhibits fluid and solute reabsorption, producting a RAPID diuresis ~Lose Na+ and K+.
Pharmacokinetics (Mannitol) ~ONLY give IV (acts within 10 minutes) ~Half-life (1 - 2 hours) Uses (Mannitol) Prophylaxis against Renal Dysfunction. Schuster CJ, Weil MH, Besso J, Carpio M, Henning RJ. Changes in blood volume were investigated following intravenous injection of a single dose of furosemide in 21 patients with pulmonary edema.
In a subset of 10 patients in whom the blood urea nitrogen level was +/- mg/dl and the serum Cited by: Define diuresis. diuresis synonyms, diuresis pronunciation, diuresis translation, English dictionary definition of diuresis. Excessive discharge of urine.
n excretion of an unusually large quantity of urine n. increased discharge of urine. an abnormally heavy or increased. Diuresis definition, increased discharge of urine.
See more. Chapter Nocturia in Elderly Persons and Nocturnal Polyuria Dean A. Kujubu Department of Medicine, UCLA School of Medicine, Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center, Los Angeles, California Nocturia is defined by the International Conti-nence Society as the interruption of sleep one or more times at night to void.1 Although nocturia is.
Osmotic diuresis synonyms, Osmotic diuresis pronunciation, Osmotic diuresis translation, English dictionary definition of Osmotic diuresis. Excessive discharge of urine. n excretion of an unusually large quantity of urine n.
increased discharge of urine. an abnormally heavy or increased. osmotic diuresis: diuresis due to a high concentration of osmotically active substances in the renal tubules (for example, urea, sodium sulfate), which limit the reabsorption of water.
alcohol diuresis: diuresis following the ingestion of alcoholic beverages; results, in part, from inhibition of the output of antidiuretic hormone by the neurohypophysis. Disclaimer. All content on this website, including dictionary, thesaurus, literature, geography, and other reference data is for informational purposes only.
When a state of diuresis occurs spontaneously or without a known cause, there is a reason to spark concern and a visit to the doctor. One major illnesses common to diuresis is Diabetes mellitus.
Unfortunately, one of the major symptoms of Diabetes is polydipsia or extreme thirst, which is a common cause of diuresis. Diuresis Pathway Bioinformatics Disease and disorder research has been conducted in relation to the Diuresis Pathway and Hypertensive Disease, Kidney Failure, Heart Failure, Kidney Diseases, Edema.
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To ensure the safety of a more effective diuresis, the nurses had to check electrolytes twice a day and regularly check blood pressure as well as urine output. The protocol was designed to “give more effective but appropriate doses of diuretics” than usual by basing the doses on the amount of volume : Deborah Gesensway.
It is well established that the ingestion of alcohol is followed by a substantial diuresis. 1 If sufficient alcohol is ingested, the diuresis occurs at the expense of all cellular components, and dehydration ensues.
One explanation is that alcohol, or one of its metabolites, could be sufficiently small in size so as to be filtered at the renal glomerulus, and if renal tubular reabsorption were Cited by: Phil was diving deeper and farther than most divers ever got to go. He was going deeper than he had ever been before as well.
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*diuresis (dy-yoor-*ee*-sis) n.* increased secretion of urine by the kidneys. This normally follows the drinking of more fluid than the body requires, but it can be stimulated by the administration of a diuretic.Medical definition of antidiuresis: reduction in or suppression of the excretion of urine.Full text of "American Year-Book of Anesthesia and Analgesics" See other formats.