2 edition of physiological basis of diuretic therapy. found in the catalog.
physiological basis of diuretic therapy.
Robert F. Pitts
|Series||American lecture series,, no. 366. American lectures in physiology|
|LC Classifications||RM377 .P5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 332 p.|
|Number of Pages||332|
|LC Control Number||59011906|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pitts, Robert Franklin, Physiological basis of diuretic therapy. Springfield, Ill., Thomas [©].
"The Physiological Basis of Diuretic Therapy" is one of the best books concerned with the action of diuretic agents to come to my attention. Pitts' approach to the problem is a basic one, and he goes into detail concerning what is known about renal physiology and the pharmacology of these compounds.
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The Physiological basis of diuretic therapy in clinical medicineCited by: 6. physiological basis of diuretic therapy. book Here is a book that should be of great use to those who read it carefully.
The wondrous manner in which body water goes in and out of the vascular bed and is conserved and eliminated by the kidneys is still imperfectly understood. However, those things which are Author: Paul S. Rhoads. Journal: Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine[/06] Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine [01 Jun53(6)].
Manuel Martínez Maldonado (born ), MD; MACP, an internist and nephrologist, administrator, educator, poet and author, has authored numerous scientific publications and edited several books. His research interests are the regulation of body fluids and the pathophysiology of blood pressure and its effects on the kidneys.
He also focuses on the renin angiotensin system, a hormone system Born:Yauco, Puerto Rico. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link).
Diuretics are generally safe. Side effects include increased urination and sodium loss. Diuretics can also affect blood potassium levels. If you take a thiazide diuretic, your potassium level can drop too low (hypokalemia), which can cause life-threatening problems with your heartbeat.
Thirty-six papers from the International Symposium Feldafing held in Junein English or in German. A quite detailed survey of the anatomical and physiological basis for water and electrolyte handling in the renal tubule, followed by surveys of diuretic therapy using various drugs in such clinical conditions as edema, hypertension, cirrhosis, diabetes insipidus, and cerebral edema.
Click on the title to browse this issue. The only comprehensive work to cover all aspects of diuretic agents, the book discusses the pharmacology and toxicology of diuretic agents as well as the physiological effects. Experts in the field present the principles and experimental approaches for the study of interactions between pharmacologic compounds in relation to specific target organs.
The Physiological basis of diuretic therapy in clinical medicine Jan 1, by Garabed Eknoyan, Manuel Martinez-Maldonado. Diuretic Therapy in Fluid-Overloaded and Heart Failure Patients.
an appreciation of the clinical goals of diuretic therapy, the application of physiological targeting of dose, an understanding. Author(s): Pitts,Robert Franklin, Title(s): The physiological basis of diuretic therapy.
Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Springfield, Ill. Author(s): Juncos,Luis Isaias, Title(s): Physiological basis of diuretic therapy: a programmed course/ by Luis I.
Juncos. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Springfield, Ill.: Thomas, c Description: x, 74 p. Language: English ISBN:LCCN: MeSH: Diuretics/therapeutic use* Publication. Diuretic agents are used in the management of glaucoma by enhancing the osmotic pull to effectively remove some fluid in the eye, decreasing the IOP.
Thiazide and Thiazide-like Diuretics. Thiazide diuretics belong to a chemical class of drugs called sulfonamides. Thiazide-like diuretics have different chemical structure but work in the same. See PRECAUTIONS, Cough. Hypertension and/or Heart Failure. Clinical adverse experiences probably, possibly, or definitely related, or of uncertain relationship to therapy occurring in % to % (except as noted) of the patients with CHF or hypertension treated with Accupril (with or without concomitant diuretic) in controlled or uncontrolled trials (N=) and less frequent, clinically 5/ Clinicians are accustomed to setting and monitoring goals and clinical endpoints in the rescue phase of fluid management for ICU patients.
Goal-directed therapy has been studied during this phase in surgery and in sepsis. 2,34–36 From a physiological point of view, there is no reason why principles applied during fluid resuscitation cannot be applied during the subsequent phases of fluid Cited by: Diuretic Agents | ScienceDirect 24 Diuretics and Renal Pharmacology.
Butch Kukanich and Deborah T. Kochevar. This chapter presents the physiological basis for fluid and electrolyte balance, including discussion of selected renal mechanisms for regulation of water, sodium, chloride, potassium, hydrogen, and bicarbonate. Frommer JP, Wesson DE, Eknoyan G.
Side effects and complications of diuretic therapy. In: Eknoyan G, Martinez-Maldonado M, editors. The physiological basis of diuretic therapy in clinical medicine. Orlando: Grune & Stratton; p. – Google ScholarAuthor: Domenic A. Sica.
Lasix (furosemide) is a loop diuretic (water pill) that prevents your body from absorbing too much salt. This allows the salt to instead be passed in your urine. Lasix is used to treat fluid retention (edema) in people with congestive heart failure, liver disease, or / Ellison DH () The physiologic basis of diuretic synergism: its role in treating diuretic resistance.
Ann Intern Med – PubMed Google Scholar Ellison DH () Epithelial cell hypertrophy: a physiological cause of diuretic by: 2.
The Physiological Basis of Renal Disease. March ; followed by a diuretic or beta-blocker if necessary, unless contraindicated.
On initiation of ESRD therapy 16% of patients had Author: Peter Bentley. Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance. Normal arterial blood pH is restricted to a very narrow range of to A person who has a blood pH below is considered to be in acidosis (actually, “physiological acidosis,” because blood is not truly acidic until its pH drops below 7), and a continuous blood pH below can be fatal.
‘Heart failure’ is a term that may be loosely or precisely defined. The development of pulmonary oedema does not necessarily indicate a cardiac cause and of the cardiac causes for pulmonary oedema, not all can be attributed to left ventricular failure.
1 The majority of women developing symptoms and signs of heart failure during pregnancy have no known pre-existing : John Anthony, Karen Sliwa. Loop diuretics are diuretics that act at the ascending limb of the loop of Henle in the are primarily used in medicine to treat hypertension and edema often due to congestive heart failure or chronic kidney thiazide diuretics are more effective in patients with normal kidney function, loop diuretics are more effective in patients with impaired kidney function.
of study. Written primarily as a review of fundamental physiological principles, these cases are also designed to illustrate the physiological basis of medicine and pharmacotherapeutics as well as to strengthen problem-solving skills. The book is intended as a supplemental text for courses in physi-ology and pathophysiology.
A patient with primary hypertension is prescribed drug therapy for the first time. The patient asks how long drug therapy will be needed. Which answer by the nurse is the most correct response.
"This therapy should last for about 3 months." b. "For about a year." c. "Until your symptoms disappear." d. Adjustments to diuretic therapy may be needed in some patients.
The efficacy of diuretics may be reduced due to opioid-induced release of antidiuretic hormone. Chlorzoxazone: (Major) Concomitant use of oxycodone with a skeletal muscle relaxant may cause respiratory depression, hypotension, profound sedation, and death. Welcome to Cardiovascular Physiology Concepts.
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Acid–base homeostasis is fundamental for maintaining life. This article reviews a stepwise method for the physiological approach to evaluation of acid–base by: Congestive heart failure (CHF), sometimes called chronic heart failure or simply heart failure, is a disease that affects a patient’s everyday life and can have deleterious effects on both physical and mental well-being [1–3].Patients with CHF have a worse health-related quality of life than those with many other chronic diseases, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, hypertension Author: Luai Alhazmi, Abdulelah Nuqali, Ankush Moza, Mujeeb Sheikh.
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Generalized edema is a major presenting clinical feature of children with nephrotic syndrome (NS) exemplified by such primary conditions as minimal change disease (MCD). In these children with classical NS and marked proteinuria and hypoalbuminemia, the ensuing tendency to hypovolemia triggers compensatory physiological mechanisms, which enhance renal sodium (Na+) Cited by: 6.
Much of the swelling/edema in pregnancy is normal, or physiological--caused by the hormones of pregnancy and the weight of the baby limiting the return of the blood flow from the legs to the heart.
But when the mother is on an inadequate diet, or on diuretics, the loss of fluids from the blood can also cause pathological swelling/edema.