By Carlos Rotellar
A quick, transparent, useful, and funny method of acute renal insufficiency.
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NTA"E Figure 47 OUTPUT Aim for a negative fluid balance. PERIOD V (The Kidney is Back to Normal) This period may be a long one, in which the renal function is almost normal but the kidney is not yet able to control excessive water (Fig. 48) and salt intake (Fig. 49) . 47 L-- - - Figure 48 Avoid fluid overload. ) / Figure 49 Avoid salt overload. 8 Specific gravity of the urine is the weight of the urine compared with that of an equal volume of distilled water. Urine osmolality is the number of particles per kg of water.
Figure 49 Avoid salt overload. 8 Specific gravity of the urine is the weight of the urine compared with that of an equal volume of distilled water. Urine osmolality is the number of particles per kg of water. g. 1000 0 1020 700 1050 1000 However, when the urine has protein, glucose, dye or mannitol; the specific gravity increases more than the osmolality because of their high molecular weight. Total body water = 60% of total body weight. g. 45 Normal Urine Values Chloride 100 mEq/24 hr Sodium 100 mEq/24 hr Potassium 30 mEq/24 hr Urea 30-40 g/24 hrs.
Usual Complications of Hemodialysis Hypotension Bleeding Arrhythmias Disequilibrium syndrome. Usually occurs at the end of the first and second dialysis. The symptoms includes headache, muscle twitching, nausea, vomiting, somnolence, confusion, coma and seizures. Therefore, dialysis should be performed "gently" in the first two or three days by using small dialyzers, low blood flows and short dialysis times. 43 The most widely used vascular access for acute dialysis are double lumen subclavian and femoral catheters.
Acute Renal Insufficiency Made Ridiculously Simple (MedMaster Series, 2005 Edition) by Carlos Rotellar