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Prerenal azotemia


Azotemia is a medical condition characterized by abnormal levels of nitrogen-containing compounds, such as urea, creatinine, various body waste compounds, and other nitrogen-rich compounds in the blood. It is largely related to insufficient filtering of blood by the...
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Prerenal azotemia - Overview, Prerenal azotemia is an abnormally high level of nitrogen ... Prerenal azotemia is the most common form of kidney failure in ...
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Prerenal azotemia - Treatment, Prerenal azotemia is an abnormally high level of nitrogen-type ... Prerenal azotemia can be reversed if the cause can be found ...
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Prerenal azotemia - Washington Hospital Center is located in Washington DC ... Prerenal azotemia is an abnormally high level of nitrogen-type wastes in the ...
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#Description ... Causes and Risks: Prerenal azotemia is the most common form of acute renal failure. ... Risks for prerenal azotemia include loss of blood ...
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Prerenal azotemia is an abnormally high level of nitrogen-type wastes in ... Prerenal azotemia can be reversed if the cause can be found and corrected within ...
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Prerenal azotemia is the most common form of kidney failure seen in hospitalized ... Prerenal azotemia is reversible if the cause can be identified and ...
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Prerenal azotemia is an abnormally high level of nitrogen-type wastes in the blood. ... Prerenal azotemia is the most common form of kidney failure in ...
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Prerenal azotemia is an abnormally high level of nitrogen-type wastes in ... Prerenal azotemia is the most common form of kidney failure seen in hospitalized ...
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Prerenal azotemia is reversible if the cause can be identified and corrected within 24 hours. ... 911), if symptoms indicating prerenal azotemia may be present. ...
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Prerenal azotemia is relatively common, especially in hospitalized patients. The kidneys ... Prerenal azotemia is an abnormally high level of nitrogen-type ...
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Prerenal azotemia is an abnormally high level of nitrogen-type wastes in the blood. ... Prerenal azotemia can be reversed if the cause can be found and ...
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Azotemia - prerenal; Uremia; Renal underperfusion Prerenal azotemia is somewhat ... Prerenal azotemia can be reversed if the cause can be found and corrected within ...
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Prerenal azotemia is the most common form of kidney failure seen in hospitalized ... Risks for prerenal azotemia include loss of blood volume -- such as may occur ...
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Azotemia can be caused by prerenal, postrenal and intrinsic renal causes. ... Prerenal azotemia is due to a decrease in renal blood flow which leads to a ...
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azotemia ( ′azə′temēə ) ( medicine ) The presence of excessive ... Signs and symptoms (prerenal azotemia) Decreased or absent urine output (oliguria or anuria) ...
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Prerenal azotemia is an abnormally high level of nitrogen-type wastes in the bloodstream. ... Prerenal azotemia is reversible if the cause can be identified ...
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