Azotemia

What is Azotemia?

Azotemia refers to an abnormally high content in blood of nitrogen containing compounds, most commonly in medicine, Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN) and also Creatinine in many cases.

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hi. im a chronic kidney disease patient. at present, my creatinine level is 5.4 and uric acid level acid is also high. I usually have light to no...

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hi, it might all related to CKD. these are all signs and symptoms due to azotemia which means increase in urea and cretinine. uric acid level is...

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been on tegretol for epilepsy for 25years.for the last 15 have had profuse sweating on face with redness sometimes on no exertion,.aches and pains...

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CV: Aggravation of coronary artery disease, aggravation of hypertension, arrhythmias, AV block, CHF, fainting, hypotension,...

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I was diagnosed as having an infection of Brusella Bacteria. Two medicines were prescribed, doxycycline mono 100 mg and rifampin 300 mg . Each to...

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