Diuretics remove excess fluid retained by the body by increasing urinary output.
What does UOP stand for?
UOP stands for Urinary Output
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Samples in periodicals archive:
In normal subjects, levels of the naturally occurring hormone 'vasopressin' increase at night - reducing urinary output.
The second patient had a slightly increased urinary output of metanephrine (1.
Catheter factors that contribute to CAUTI include: leaving a catheter in place for more than six days inserting the catheter in a place other than an operating room, using the catheter to measure urinary output, not positioning the catheter correctly, and allowing the level of the drainage tubing to be above the bladder or below the level of the drainage bag.
On administration of 4 [micro]g desmopressin, urinary output fell to around 100 ml/hour and serum sodium returned to 147 mmol/l, in keeping with a diagnosis of central diabetes insipidus.
No-methylhistidine content of organs and tissues of cattle and an attempt to estimate fractional catabolic and synthetic rates of myofibrillar protein of skeletal muscle during growth by measuring urinary output of [N.
states) because some suggest that the increased urinary output flushes away traces of other, illicit, performance-enhancing substances in the bloodstream.
We can suspect the condition when a patient suffering from HELLP syndrome or abruptio placentae develops anuric ARF and fails to produce any urinary output after 3 or 4 weeks on dialysis--enough time for acute tubular necrosis to show any sign of recovery.