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*  Diuresis
Cold-induced diuresis, or cold diuresis, is a phenomenon that occurs in humans after exposure to a hypothermic environment, ... Sodium, chloride, potassium are excreted in Osmotic diuresis, originating from Diabetes Mellitus (DM). Osmotic diuresis results ... Osmotic diuresis is the increase of urination rate caused by the presence of certain substances in the small tubes of the ... Forced diuresis (increased urine formation by diuretics and fluid) may enhance the excretion of certain drugs in urine and is ...
*  Polyuria
Diuresis is controlled by antidiuretics such as vasopressin, angiotensin II and aldosterone. Cold diuresis is the occurrence of ... "Definition of Diuresis". MedTerms. 30 October 2013. Retrieved 30 December 2014. "Diuresis". The Free Dictionary. Retrieved 30 ... High-altitude diuresis occurs at altitudes above 10,000 feet (3,000 m) and is a desirable indicator of adaptation to high ... Mountaineers who are adapting well to high altitudes experience this type of diuresis. Persons who produce less urine even in ...
*  Diuretic
A diuretic is any substance that promotes diuresis, that is, the increased production of urine. This includes forced diuresis. ... without pronounced diuresis) than most other diuretics. High ceiling diuretics may cause a substantial diuresis - up to 20% of ... but occurs through other mechanisms and at lower doses than that required to produce diuresis. Indapamide was specifically ...
*  Hyperglycemia
This produces an osmotic diuresis. Signs and symptoms of diabetic ketoacidosis may include: Ketoacidosis Kussmaul ... such as fluid loss through osmotic diuresis). It is most often seen in persons who have uncontrolled insulin-dependent diabetes ... rapid breathing Confusion or a decreased level of consciousness Dehydration due to glycosuria and osmotic diuresis Acute hunger ...
*  Hooded oriole
1981). Diuresis on the Desert? Effects of Fruit Feeding and Nectar Feeding on the House Finch Carpodacus-Mexicanus and Other ...
*  Dopamine receptor
Dopamine signaling affects diuresis and natriuresis. Dysfunction of dopaminergic neurotransmission in the CNS has been ...
*  Diving disorders
Immersion diuresis Immersion diuresis is a type of diuresis caused by immersion of the body in water (or equivalent liquid). It ... Diuresis is significant in diving medicine as the consequent mild dehydration may be a contributing factor in the onset of ... Its significance is indicated by the fact that the temperature of the water doesn't substantially affect the rate of diuresis. ... Knight DR, Horvath SM (May 1990). "Immersion diuresis occurs independently of water temperatures in the range 25 degrees-35 ...
*  Potassium nitrate (data page)
Purging and diuresis can be expected. Rare cases of nitrates being converted to the more toxic nitrites have been reported, ...
*  Glucocorticoid
Riemer AD (Apr 1958). "Application of the newer corticosteroids to augment diuresis in congestive heart failure". The American ... glucocorticoids could induce a potent diuresis. Glucocorticoids bind to the cytosolic glucocorticoid receptor (GR), a type of ... "The effect of prednisone and 6-methylprednisolone on mercurial diuresis in patients with refractory cardiac edema". The ...
*  Aspirin
Prescott LF, Balali-Mood M, Critchley JA, Johnstone AF, Proudfoot AT (1982). "Diuresis or urinary alkalinisation for salicylate ...
*  Hypotonic hyponatremia
Hence, a prompt water diuresis will occur. This can cause a sudden and dramatic increase the serum sodium concentration and ...
*  Boesenbergia rotunda
It can cure diuresis, dysentery and abdominal pain. From experiment with alcohol extracts and chloroform. It resists ...
*  Tifluadom
I. Diuresis, sedation, analgesia and discriminative stimulus effects. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. ...
*  Myoglobinuria
Often, IV normal saline is all that is needed to induce diuresis and alkalinize the urine. "Rhabdomyolysis and Other Causes of ... Mannitol can be added to assist with diuresis. Adding sodium bicarbonate to the IV fluids will cause alkalinzation of the urine ... The goal is to induce a brisk diuresis to prevent myoglobin precipitation and deposition, which can cause acute kidney injury. ...
*  Polydipsia
This is usually a result of osmotic diuresis. Diabetes insipidus ("tasteless" diabetes, as opposed to diabetes mellitus) can ...
*  Ibuprofen
Forced alkaline diuresis is, therefore, of limited benefit. Symptomatic therapy for hypotension, gastrointestinal bleeding, ... Since ibuprofen has acidic properties and is also excreted in the urine, forced alkaline diuresis is theoretically beneficial. ...
*  Ozolinone
Inhibition by d-ozolinone of furosemide-induced diuresis". Pflügers Archiv : European Journal of Physiology. 384 (1): 61-4. doi ...
*  Management of heart failure
Nesiritide promotes diuresis and natriuresis, thereby ameliorating volume overload. It is thought that, while BNP is elevated ... RADO, JP; BLUMENFELD, G; HAMMER, S (November 1959). "The effect of prednisone and 6-methylprednisolone on mercurial diuresis in ... Glucocorticoids induce a potent diuresis in heart failure because they could improve renal responsiveness to atrial natriuretic ... RIEMER, AD (April 1958). "Application of the newer corticosteroids to augment diuresis in congestive heart failure". The ...
*  Hypercalcaemia
Initial therapy: hydration, increasing salt intake, and forced diuresis. hydration is needed because many patients are ... diuresis, and bisphosphonates Helps prevent recurrence of hypercalcaemia Dose is 4 international units per kilogram via ...
*  Cambuquira
Sousa Lima): diuresis, when drunk in fasting; colitis, gastritis, acidity, bowel movements stimulating. Ferrous (Dr. Fernandes ... diuresis, gastric movements and secretion stimulating, gastritis, hepatitis, inflammation in biliary channels, intestinal ...
*  Aquaretic
Aquaresis is preferable to diuresis in the treatment of hyponatremia. Aquaretics increase urine output without increasing ...
*  Tolonidine
Action on cardiac contraction, circulatory parameters, autonomic receptors and diuresis". Arzneimittel-Forschung. 25 (11): 1802 ...
*  Alpinia nutans
However, it was found to have no effect on diuresis. Two new glucoside esters of ferulic acid isolated from the rhizome have ...
*  Osmotherapy
However, it could cause diuresis, renal failure, hyperkalemia and hemolysis. If mannitol is administered, the dosage used is ... intravascular volume and cardiac output without causing significant diuresis, but there are theoretical side effects ranging ...
*  Cisplatin
Adequate hydration and diuresis is used to prevent renal damage. The nephrotoxicity of platinum-class drugs seems to be related ...