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What are the treatment options for prerenal acute renal failure?

A: Treatment options for prerenal acute renal failure may vary depending on the cause of the condition. In instances where the cause of kidney failure is something severe, such as heart failure or traumatic injury, it''s important to treat that condition first. Once any underlying cause has been treated, the kidneys may be able to heal themselves. To promote kidney healing, it''s important to monitor fluid intake and maintain a balanced diet that''s high in carbohydrates and low in potassium. Doctors may also put you on short-term dialysis, which involves pumping your blood through a machine that filters the blood and removes waste....


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How do I manage my intrinsic acute renal failure daily?

A: Intrinsic acute renal failure can be a serious condition, but it generally is a temporary issue. It''s important to talk to your doctor as soon as you notice symptoms so that you can begin treatment. This is especially important if the condition is caused by another problem that needs urgent treatment, like poisoning or an infection. During treatment, it''s important to maintain a good diet that''s high in carbohydrates and low in potassium. You and your doctor should monitor your weight carefully, since that can help indicate the amount of fluid in your body. You must follow your doctor''s recommendations concerning further treatment, such as dialysis, in order to make a full recovery....


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Can Dehydration For 1-3 Days Cause acute renal failure?

A: The dehydration can cause renal failure because when body is loosing water and salts due to dehydration, kidney tries to retain water and salts and also retain toxic waste materials like creatinine, blood urea and nitrogen. This condition can cause renal failure. But this renal failure is reversible if detected and treated earlier....


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What is acute renal failure?

A: The word acute means sudden in this case. renal failure means that the kidneys have stopped being able to reduce waste in urine. There are lots of reasons for this....


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benicar and acute renal failure

A: Hi Ralph, Thanks for asking my help on "Allexperts". Benicar (Olmesartan) usually helps prevent the progression of kidney dysfunction in patients who have chronic kidney disease. However, it can be harmful in patients who have an elevated creatinine or potassium level. It is important to know what is the cause of your kidney dysfunction. Was a kidney biopsy done? Are your kidneys normal sized on ultrasound? Do you have proteinuria? Sincerely, Dr. Shah...
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New to KD&D site: Questions about acute renal failure

A: Hey MamaLama! yes, an acute epidsode can resolve but that question is do they know why it happened in the first place? I am sorry it took so long to reply back, I didnt see this post until now! Have the doctors answered your questions yet or do you have any other questions I might be able to help you with?? Welcome to the Kidney forum of healing well and sorry again it took so long to notice this post...


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List of acute renal failure Symptoms

A: Overview of Acure renal failure The main function of the kidneys is to filter impure blood and excrete these impurities or toxins, together with excess water, out of the body in the form of urine. It is regarded as one of the most vital organs in the body. Other functions of the kidneys include hormone production and electrolytes regulation. renal failure, also referred to as kidney failure, is a condition where the kidneys malfunction or does not work properly as designed, thus toxins accumulate in the system. Several causes can render the kidneys to stop functioning propertly, thus leading to the manifestation of acute

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Facts about acute renal failure

A: acute renal failure, otherwise known as acute kidney failure, occurs when the kidneys quit working. Because the kidneys remove waste from the body, they are essential to health and wellness. They also maintain a balance between salt, water, and electrolytes. When they do not work properly, these substances and waste build up in the body. The result is acute renal failure, which can be lethal....


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Medical Treatment of acute renal failure

A: acute renal failure is a medical condition in which the kidneys suddenly lose their ability to perform their main functions of removing waste material and excess fluids and electrolytes from the body. When the kidneys are not able to perform their function, these wastes, fluids, and electrolytes keep on accumulating within the body which could prove to be life-threatening. Although this condition develops abruptly over a few days or even a few hours, it is reversible with proper treatment. Let''s have a look at the treatment of acute renal failure....


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Which of the following is a common predisposing factor for pre-renal acute renal failure post-operatively?

A: Is it a coincidence that all 3 of your questions are from a nursing test that I am doing right now? I'll give you a hint. Look in your text book and at the lectures and if that fails use google....


 
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