Definition of oliguric in English:



  • See oliguria

    • ‘Within 12 hours he was hypotensive, oliguric, tachypnoeic, increasingly drowsy, and confused.’
    • ‘The longer it takes for rehydration to be initiated, the more likely it is that oliguric renal failure (less than 500 ml of urine per day) or anuric renal failure (less than 50 ml of urine per day) will be established.’
    • ‘Co-administration with dopamine at a dose of 2-3 mcg/kg/min. may counteract the oliguric effect of indomethacin.’
    • ‘Historically, nonoliguric renal failure has been assumed to have a better outcome than oliguric renal failure.’
    • ‘The intravenous dye used during angiography can precipitate acute oliguric renal failure in patients with early renal impairment.’
    • ‘The classic presentation of poststreptococcal glomerulonephritis is a full-blown nephritic syndrome with oliguric acute renal failure.’
    • ‘The serum creatinine was elevated at 3.9 mg/dL, urinalysis revealed hematuria without casts, and the patient was oliguric on pressors.’
    • ‘Progression to oliguric or anuric renal failure is rare, with recovery on discontinuation of aminoglycosides the most common outcome.’
    • ‘Diuretics are frequently given to treat acute oliguric renal failure, but the response to diuretics in this setting may actually be a marker for severe disease rather than a valid response to therapy.’
    • ‘More often, however, volume overload is present, especially if patients are oliguric or anuric.’
    • ‘Little electrolyte free water was excreted in the index oliguric patient.’
    • ‘Hepatorenal syndrome is an acute oliguric renal failure resulting from intense intrarenal vasoconstriction in otherwise normal kidneys.’
    • ‘Hepatorenal syndrome, defined as oliguric renal failure in a patient with advanced liver disease, is caused by reduced renal perfusion.’
    • ‘Two days after would repair, she underwent hemodialysis for oliguric acute renal failure with severe volume overload and hyperkalemia.’
    • ‘About one half of the fatalities occur during the subsequent oliguric phase, with fatalities primarily due to renal failure.’
    • ‘Continuous dose furosemide improves short term outcomes and seems to reduce the incidence of oliguric renal failure and thereby improves survival to hospital discharge.’
    • ‘If infant is anuric or oliguric, think about dehydration, sepsis, renal abnormalities, or obstruction.’