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Akutes Nierenversagen

  • H. H. Edel

Zusammenfassung

Das akute Nierenversagen ist als klinisches Syndrom charakterisiert durch den plötzlichen Ausfall der exkretorischen Nierenfunktion und die daraus resultierende Retention harnpflichtiger Substanzen. Pathognomonisch ist somit die akut auftretende Azotämie; eine kritische Verminderung der Harnmenge (Oligurie = < 400 ml/24 h) wird dagegen nur in etwa 2/3 der Fälle beobachtet.

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