Anuria is a decrease in daily diuresis that leads to its complete cessation.
- In young children, it is defined as urine production 0−0.5 ml/kg/h.
- In adults, it is defined as urine production 0-50 ml/day.
Anuria develops from the oliguria that precedes it.
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The most common causes of anuria and oliguria include:
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References[edit | edit source]
- LEBL, Jan and Ludmila HEJCMANOVÁ. Preclinical pediatrics. 1st edition. Praha: nakladatelství Galén, 2003. 248 pp. ISBN 80-7262-207-2.