A person from that has Anuria (anuresis) may have a maximum of 10 days when a large number of deaths occur.
When the amount of your urine is below 100 ml/24 hours then you have nonpassage of urine – anuria.
At the same time, if you have urine production less than 400 ml / 24 hours then you have an oliguria.
In general, premature oliguria is indicated by diuresis less than 20 ml for one hour.
Normally, urine production is more than 60 ml/h.
In any case, anuria syndrome requires urgent clarification and also treatment in specialized institutions.
Any delay in carrying out diagnostic and therapeutic measures significantly aggravates the prognosis.
In addition, that can lead to a life-threatening condition.
Anuria is a deadly disease
The causes of this deadly disease can be prerenal, renal and postrenal.
The prerenal condition indicates the condition when the kidneys do not produce enough urine.
That is because the blood flow through the kidneys is reduced and the process of kidney filtration is prevented.
In general, the renal condition is most commonly caused as a result of circulatory insufficiency.
In addition, that is resulting in a decrease in arterial medium pressure and.
At the same time, it is reducing kidney perfusion.
Therefore, all conditions leading to hypotension (reduced blood pressure) and hypovolemia may lead to prerenal anuria.
– All types of bleeding – which can lead to shock
– Loss of fluid via the gastrointestinal tract (abnormal vomiting, prophylaxis – especially in children
– Congestive heart failure
– Myocardial infarction
– Electrolyte disturbances – hyponatremia, hypokalemia, and also hypercalcemia
– Nephrotic syndrome
– Hepatorenal syndrome
– Pulmonary embolism
– Bilateral obstruction of the renal blood vessels – embolism and thrombosis
– An overdose of medicaments and others …
In the renal condition, it is a direct damage to the basic anatomical and also functional units of the kidney-nephron.
Glomerular or tubular lesions can be a consequence of the effects of various inflammatory, toxic, and also allergic rhinitis.
From inflammatory processes, acute glomerulonephritis comes first.
However, chronic glomerulonephritis at its terminal stage is also frequently monitored with oliguria.
Also, at that stage nephron degradation occurred.
Therefore, the remaining nephrons are unable to provide significant diuretic.
The rare cause renal condition is a severe form of acute pyelonephritis.
From toxicants we need to mention nephrotoxic chemicals:
– Diluents – methyl alcohol, glycol, and also carbon tetrachloride
– Heavy metals – mercury, lead, arsenic, bismuth, cadmium, and also uranium
– Antibiotics – primarily aminoglycoside
An extremely important substrate for the renal condition is acute tubular necrosis – ATN.
ATN is induced by very diverse nuclides, which are referred to as the cause of the prerenal condition.
Moreover, it confirms the earlier pronounced connection to various forms of anuria.
Other causes of the renal condition may be:
– Transfusion errors
– Panarteriitis nodosa
– Also, Lupus erythematodes
– Malignant hypertension
– Icterus – Jaundice
– Also, amyloidosis
Obstruction of drainage urinary tract is a cause for the postrenal condition.
In addition, the cause of the obstruction of these roads is usually the stones left on the path of elimination.
Also, the cause can be urethral strictures, tumor compression, papillary necrosis …
The consequences of urethral obstruction depend primarily on the duration of obstruction.
At the same time, this condition is followed by the presence or absence of infection.
In addition, the production of urine in the kidneys lasts until the pressure in the drainage pathways reaches the effective filtration pressure level.
In addition, to local changes in the urethra, increased intraluminal pressure has a particularly adverse effect on renal hemodynamics.
Soon after obstruction of the urinary tract, it`s coming to pathological and also anatomical changes in the kidneys.
That can be edema, focal points of necrosis, infarction, ischemia, and also congestion.
In addition, these changes are especially pronounced when an obstruction is overtaken by infections, which often occurs.
Also, the longer duration of obstruction can result in irreversible damage to the renal parenchyma.
At the same time, it can result in the absence of renal function, even when you do desorption.
What are symptoms and signs of anuria?
The general symptomatology of this condition depends on the illness that led to this condition.
Accordingly, it is consistent with the severity of trauma, intoxication, and also infection.
Special symptoms of this condition are not particularly pronounced in the first few days.
Early signs of this condition include:
– Rapid fatigue
At the same time, the most important sign is a lack of urine – urination.
At a later stage, there are also signs of the acute uremic syndrome.
In addition, this can practically apply to all organic systems:
– Gastrointestinal symptoms – including hematemesis and also melanoma bleeding
– Respiratory tract symptoms
– Signs of nerve damage
– Also, other organs
The kidney failure caused by anuria our organism tolerates about 8 – 10 days after which death comes.