Acute renal failure in surgical disease with special regard to neglected complications
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Acute renal failure in surgical disease with special regard to neglected complications a retrospective study of 298 cases treated during the period 1960-1968. by Sven Kornhall

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Published in Jönköping .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Sweden

Subjects:

  • Acute renal failure -- Case studies.,
  • Surgery -- Complications -- Case studies.,
  • Surgical diseases.,
  • Sweden -- Statistics, Medical.

Book details:

Edition Notes

SeriesActa chirurgica Scandinavica, supplementum,, 419
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC918.R4 K6713
The Physical Object
Pagination64 p.
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4790266M
LC Control Number75511166

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Acute renal failure is a marker of disease severity, carrying a poor prognosis if associated with deteriorating respiratory and cardiovascular function. Acute renal failure in the critically ill surgical patient exerts a massive impact on the evolution of complications and by: Therapeutic and Di- agnostic Problems in Severe Renal Failure (Alwall N, ed), Stockholm, Scandinavian University Books, Bonniers, Kornhall S: Acute renal failure in surgical diseases with special regard to neglected complications. Acta Chir Scand (suppi): 1, Cited by: S. KornhallAcute renal failure in surgical disease with special regard to neglected complications: A retrospective study of cases treated during the period Cited by: A survey of cases. Q j Med , Kornhall S: Acute renal failure in surgical disease with special regard to neglected complications. Acta Chir Scand , (suppl) Berne TV, Barbour BH: Acute renal failure in general surgical patients. Arch Surg , Cited by:

In patients who already have underlying chronic kidney disease, any of these factors, but especially volume depletion, may cause acute kidney injury in addition to the chronic impairment of renal function. Approximately 70 percent of community-acquired cases of acute kidney injury are attributed to prerenal by: The baseline characteristics included age, sex, duration (days) of hospitalization, history of diabetes mellitus (DM), hypertension, chronic kidney disease (CKD), end-stage renal disease, renal stones, hydronephrosis or a neurogenic bladder. The clinical features include signs and symptoms such as fever and chills, pyuria and by: 7. The most common cause of acute renal failure in children is: a. Pyelonephritis. c. Urinary tract obstruction. b. Tubular destruction. d. Severe dehydration. ANS: D The most common cause of acute renal failure in children is dehydration or other causes of poor perfusion that may respond to restoration of fluid volume. Introduction. Acute kidney injury (AKI), formerly known as acute renal failure, is common, affecting around one in five emergency hospital admissions. 1 It is also dangerous, and, as detailed in reference 2, even mild disease is associated with reduced survival with mortality rates increasing, sharply, as AKI worsens, exceeding 50% in the setting of multi-organ : Muhammad Imran, Nigel S. Kanagasundaram.

Author(s): Kornhall,Sven; Statens medicinska forskningsråd (Sweden) Title(s): Acute renal failure in surgical disease with special regard to neglected complications; a retrospective study of cases treated during the period Although renal involvement is common in such malignancies, acute kidney injury (AKI) is rarely the presenting feature and has only been reported sporadically in the literature. In this report, we describe the rapid diagnosis of high-grade lymphoma on a renal biopsy and successful resolution of the AKI on the start of by: 1. Acute renal failure is caused by a variety of medical conditions that can damage the kidneys. The kidneys may rapidly fail if they are directly damaged by drugs or other toxins, if they are deprived of blood and oxygen, or if they are affected by dysfunction in any region of the urinary system. Diabetes and high blood pressure are the leading causes of chronic kidney disease and kidney failure. The disease can also be caused by a physical injury to the kidney or by other diseases. When the kidneys are damaged, they do not .