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28 terms
Diabetes insipidus
Central (neurogenic)DI
nephrogenic DI
Primary polydipsia (dispogenic DI)
causes for Central DI
occurs when any lesion of the hypothalamus or posterior pitui…
results from the decreased renal response to ADH despite pres…
excessive water intake caused by structural lesion in thirst…
brain tumor, head injury, brain surgery CNS infections
Central (neurogenic)DI
occurs when any lesion of the hypothalamus or posterior pitui…
nephrogenic DI
results from the decreased renal response to ADH despite pres…
16 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
Hypertonicity
hypovolemia
hypotension
angiotensin II
osmoreceptors signal hypothalamus to release/stop ADH
baroreceptors sense low fluid volume in large veins and right…
baroreceptors sense low pressure in carotid sinus and aorta a…
produced when kidneys release renin
Hypertonicity
osmoreceptors signal hypothalamus to release/stop ADH
hypovolemia
baroreceptors sense low fluid volume in large veins and right…
31 terms
diabetes insipidus
what are the disorders of the post pit
di and siadh disturb what
hormone that regulates f and e
synthesized in the hypothalamus and tr…
di and siadh
fluid and eletryolytes
adh
adh
what are the disorders of the post pit
di and siadh
di and siadh disturb what
fluid and eletryolytes
27 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
diabetes insipidus
AVP
aquaporin 2
plasma osmolarity
deficiency in AVP release from pituitary in response to plasm…
ADH; acts on collecting duct to express aquaporin 2; endocrin…
allows water to be transported into principal cells to concen…
main stimulus for AVP; attributed to inorganic salts and gluc…
diabetes insipidus
deficiency in AVP release from pituitary in response to plasm…
AVP
ADH; acts on collecting duct to express aquaporin 2; endocrin…
9 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
Diabetes Insipidus:... OVERVIEW
Diabetes Insipidus:... TYPES
Diabetes Insipidus:... RISK FACTORS
Diabetes Insipidus:... SUBJECTIVE DATA
- posterior pituitary disorder ... - deficiency of ADH... - chara…
Neurogenic (central/primary) =... - damage to hypothalamus or pi…
- head injury, tumor, lesion, surgery near/around pituitary,…
- polyuria (output of 4-20 L/day dilute urine)... - polydipsia…
Diabetes Insipidus:... OVERVIEW
- posterior pituitary disorder ... - deficiency of ADH... - chara…
Diabetes Insipidus:... TYPES
Neurogenic (central/primary) =... - damage to hypothalamus or pi…
9 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
Causes/risk factors
signs & symptoms
Physiology
initial assessment
trauma, ... injury to the brain, ... renal impairment,... hormone imba…
excessive thirst... excess urine output... hypotension... tachycardia…
dehydration... renal impairment
I&O... pt hx... labs... serum sodium/osmolality... skin turgor & edema
Causes/risk factors
trauma, ... injury to the brain, ... renal impairment,... hormone imba…
signs & symptoms
excessive thirst... excess urine output... hypotension... tachycardia…
9 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
Results from
Nursing Interventions
medications
ADH significance in DI treatment
a deficiency of ADH, secreted by the posterior pituitary glan…
• Monitor vital signs, urinary output, central venous pressur…
• ADH Replacement Demopressin Acetate... • ADH Stimulant Carbama…
Hormone that causes an increase in water absorption from the…
Results from
a deficiency of ADH, secreted by the posterior pituitary glan…
Nursing Interventions
• Monitor vital signs, urinary output, central venous pressur…
13 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
Characteristics
Classes of DI
Central Diabetes Insipidus
Central Diabetes Insipidus cause
Excretion of abnormally large volumes of dilute urine... Persist…
Central Diabetes Insipidus... Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus... Pri…
Deficiency of vasopressin secretion
Destruction of degeneration of neurons that originate in hypo…
Characteristics
Excretion of abnormally large volumes of dilute urine... Persist…
Classes of DI
Central Diabetes Insipidus... Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus... Pri…
11 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
Diabetes insipidus (DI) types
Central DI
Nephrogenic DI
Symptoms of both central and nephrogen…
rare disorder... 1. central DI... 2. nephrogenic DI
caused by failure of AVP secretion... lesion can be at the leve…
the kidneys respond inadequately to normal or even elevated l…
-polyuria... -polydipsia... If patients cannot gain access to wate…
Diabetes insipidus (DI) types
rare disorder... 1. central DI... 2. nephrogenic DI
Central DI
caused by failure of AVP secretion... lesion can be at the leve…
8 terms
DIABETES INSIPIDUS
Diabetes
Insipidus
Diabetes Insipidus
Fluid and Electrolyte imbalance
Sieve or Siphon
Tasteless
Transient of permanent metabolic disorder of the posterior pi…
What happen in the decrease of ADH?
Diabetes
Sieve or Siphon
Insipidus
Tasteless
8 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
For diabetes insipidus, the following…
diabetes... insipidus cannot be diagnosed…
in the overnight, outpatient test for…
in the formal, inpatient test for DI,…
• 24-hour urine volume >50 mL/kg under conditions of ad lib i…
excrete hypotonic urine... hyperosmolar serum
The patient is told to withhold all fluids after dinner until…
Formal (inpatient): The patient withholds all fluids until th…
For diabetes insipidus, the following…
• 24-hour urine volume >50 mL/kg under conditions of ad lib i…
diabetes... insipidus cannot be diagnosed…
excrete hypotonic urine... hyperosmolar serum
13 terms
Diabetes insipidus
Diabetes insipidus
Types
Primary
Secondary
Polyuria ... Polydypsia... Excessive thirst
Primary def... Secondary... Nephrogenic
Destrution agenesis neurohypophysis
Adh secretion inhibited
Diabetes insipidus
Polyuria ... Polydypsia... Excessive thirst
Types
Primary def... Secondary... Nephrogenic
Diabetes Insipidus
Diabetes Insipidus
Neurogenic
Nephragoenic
Lithium, Declomycin
caused by deficiency of ADH... reduces the ability of urine to c…
damage to hypothalamus or pituitary from trauma
kidneys do not react to ADH
may alter ways kidneys react
Diabetes Insipidus
caused by deficiency of ADH... reduces the ability of urine to c…
Neurogenic
damage to hypothalamus or pituitary from trauma
16 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
Diabetes insipidus (DI)
Types of Diabetes insipidus (DI)
Central DI
Nephrogenic DI
is caused by a deficiency of production or secretion of ADH o…
There are different types of DI such as, Central (brain,neuro…
is the most common. results from an interference with ADH syn…
is from inadequate renal response to ADH despite presence of…
Diabetes insipidus (DI)
is caused by a deficiency of production or secretion of ADH o…
Types of Diabetes insipidus (DI)
There are different types of DI such as, Central (brain,neuro…
21 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
Diabetes insipidus
Decreased ADH
Neurogenic
Nephrogenicc
Diabetes insipidus results from a deficiency of antidiuretic…
Decreased ADH reduces the ability of distal and collecting re…
central or primary-caused by a defect in the hypothalamus or…
inherited, renal tubules do not respond to ADH.
Diabetes insipidus
Diabetes insipidus results from a deficiency of antidiuretic…
Decreased ADH
Decreased ADH reduces the ability of distal and collecting re…
8 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
DI
2 types
Central DI causes
Nephrogenic DI causes
Inability to concentrate urine as a result of ADH dysfunction
Central DI - ADH deficiency ... Nephrogenic DI - ADH resistance
Trauma, ischaemia, traumatic brain injury, pituitary haemorrh…
Renal failure ... Drugs (eg. lithium)
DI
Inability to concentrate urine as a result of ADH dysfunction
2 types
Central DI - ADH deficiency ... Nephrogenic DI - ADH resistance
9 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
3 Types of Diabetes Insipidus
3 Hallmark symptoms of Diabetes Insipi…
Central Diabetes Insipidus (what it is…
Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus (what i…
1) Central ... 2) Nephrogenic... 3) Primary
Polyuria... Polydipsia... Dehydration (hypernatremia)
Deficiency of ADH secretion from pituitary gland ... Cause: des…
Renal resistance to ADH (not responding to ADH)... Cause:... *DRUG…
3 Types of Diabetes Insipidus
1) Central ... 2) Nephrogenic... 3) Primary
3 Hallmark symptoms of Diabetes Insipi…
Polyuria... Polydipsia... Dehydration (hypernatremia)
12 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
Etiology
Central Diabetes
Nephrogenic Diabetes
Primary Polydipsia
lots of dilute urine, >2L/day or 40ml/kg/day, thirst, polyuri…
deficient vasopressin secretion, bad neurons
instrinic renal defect, hypercalcemia, hypokalemia, lithium i…
high fluid intake, less vasopressin, polyuria, normal Na, men…
Etiology
lots of dilute urine, >2L/day or 40ml/kg/day, thirst, polyuri…
Central Diabetes
deficient vasopressin secretion, bad neurons
10 terms
Diabetes insipidus
Description
Central diabetes insipidus
Nephrogenic diabetes insipidus
Vasopressin
Kidneys are unable to conserve water... Can be a reault of insuf…
Insufficient secretion by posterior pituitary or neurohypophy…
Failure of kidney to respond
Antidote tic hormone
Description
Kidneys are unable to conserve water... Can be a reault of insuf…
Central diabetes insipidus
Insufficient secretion by posterior pituitary or neurohypophy…
10 terms
Diabetes insipidus
List as many symptoms of DI as possible:
In diabetes insipidus, plasma glucose…
In diabetes insipidus, describe the hy…
In DI, describe the type of urine.
Hypernatremia ... Hyperosmolality... Hypovolemia... Polyuria... Dilute ur…
Normal
Hypovolemic
Dilute, caused by polyuria
List as many symptoms of DI as possible:
Hypernatremia ... Hyperosmolality... Hypovolemia... Polyuria... Dilute ur…
In diabetes insipidus, plasma glucose…
Normal
10 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
Pathophysiology
Clinical Manifestations
Central (neurogenic)
Collaborative Management: Central
Deficiency of production/secretion of ADH or ... decreased renal…
Polydipsia & polyuria (2-20L/day) w/low specific gravity (les…
Results from interference w/ADH synthesis, transport, or rele…
Fluid & hormone therapy... Replaced orally or IV... In acute- IV hy…
Pathophysiology
Deficiency of production/secretion of ADH or ... decreased renal…
Clinical Manifestations
Polydipsia & polyuria (2-20L/day) w/low specific gravity (les…
11 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
Diabetes Insipidis
Nursing Safety Priority - Critical Res…
Kidney/Urinary Manifestations
Cardiovascular Manifestations
A water metabolism problem caused by an ADH deficiency (eithe…
Ensure that no patient suspected of having DI is deprived of…
Increased urine output ... - Dilute, low specific gravity... - Hy…
Hypotension; Decreased pulse pressure; Tachycardia; Periphera…
Diabetes Insipidis
A water metabolism problem caused by an ADH deficiency (eithe…
Nursing Safety Priority - Critical Res…
Ensure that no patient suspected of having DI is deprived of…
12 terms
Diabetes insipidus
Arginin-vasopressin / ADH
Funktion vasopressin?
Vad är central DI och vad orsakas det…
Typiska symptom vid diabetes insipidus?
- Produceras i hypothalamus ... - Lagras i neurohypofys (bakre l…
Minska urinmängd.... Dehydrering ger ökad osmolaritet/ökat osmo…
Polyuri-syndrom pga vasopressin/ADH-brist.... TOTAL = ingen ADH…
Polyuri/polydipsi... Urindens lägre än plasma <1.010... Blodprov:…
Arginin-vasopressin / ADH
- Produceras i hypothalamus ... - Lagras i neurohypofys (bakre l…
Funktion vasopressin?
Minska urinmängd.... Dehydrering ger ökad osmolaritet/ökat osmo…
35 terms
Diabetes insipidus
What is diabetes insipidus?
The absence of ADH allows?
Onset of diabetes insipidus may first…
The kidneys are unable to reabsorb flu…
A disorder of water metabolism caused by a deficiency of ADH,…
Allows filtered water to be excreted in the urine instead of…
May first appear during childhood or early adulthood and is m…
ADH; vasopressin
What is diabetes insipidus?
A disorder of water metabolism caused by a deficiency of ADH,…
The absence of ADH allows?
Allows filtered water to be excreted in the urine instead of…
40 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
Essentials of Diagnosis... Antidiuretic…
Essentials of Diagnosis... ___________ o…
Essentials of Diagnosis... DI is a tempo…
_______ DI: is due to damage to hypoth…
diabetes insipidus... polyuria and polydipsia
Hypernatremia
vasopressin (ADH)... Lots of clear pee and excessive thirst
Secondary central... Primary central... Nephrogenic
Essentials of Diagnosis... Antidiuretic…
diabetes insipidus... polyuria and polydipsia
Essentials of Diagnosis... ___________ o…
Hypernatremia
28 terms
Diabetes insipidus
Central (neurogenic)DI
nephrogenic DI
Primary polydipsia (dispogenic DI)
causes for Central DI
occurs when any lesion of the hypothalamus or posterior pitui…
results from the decreased renal response to ADH despite pres…
excessive water intake caused by structural lesion in thirst…
brain tumor, head injury, brain surgery CNS infections
Central (neurogenic)DI
occurs when any lesion of the hypothalamus or posterior pitui…
nephrogenic DI
results from the decreased renal response to ADH despite pres…
39 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
what are the 2 main regulatory methods…
why is a thirst response very important
what are the 2 common forms of diabete…
what is cranial diabetes insipidus
thirst... osmotically driven release of ADH
to insure the necessary volume of water is being up taken to…
cranial and nephrogenic
inadequate release of ADH. this is usually from pituitary or…
what are the 2 main regulatory methods…
thirst... osmotically driven release of ADH
why is a thirst response very important
to insure the necessary volume of water is being up taken to…
22 terms
Diabetes insipidus
hypertonicity
hypovolemia
hypotension
angiotensin II
Cellular dehydration acts via osmoreceptors in the... hypothalamus
Low volume is sensed via low pressure baroreceptors in... the gr…
Sensed via high pressure baroreceptors in the carotid... sinus &…
Produced when kidneys release renin (i.e. response to... renal h…
hypertonicity
Cellular dehydration acts via osmoreceptors in the... hypothalamus
hypovolemia
Low volume is sensed via low pressure baroreceptors in... the gr…
19 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
Define diabetes insipidus
What is cranial DI?
What is nephrogenic DI?
What are the symptoms of DI?
Passage of large amounts of dilute urine due to impaired reso…
Impaired ADH secretion from post.pituitary
Impaired response of the kidneys to ADH
Polyuria, polydypsia, dehydration, symptoms of hyperatraemia
Define diabetes insipidus
Passage of large amounts of dilute urine due to impaired reso…
What is cranial DI?
Impaired ADH secretion from post.pituitary
9 terms
Diabetes insipidus
What classifies DI?
What are the differet types of DI?
What are the risk factors for central…
What are the risk factors for nephroge…
polyuria and polydipsia
Cranial (or central) DI: in which the problem originates in t…
Pituitary surgery, craniopharyingioma, pituitary stalk lesion…
Lithium, CKD, chronic hypercalcaemia.... Also affected by drugs-…
What classifies DI?
polyuria and polydipsia
What are the differet types of DI?
Cranial (or central) DI: in which the problem originates in t…
29 terms
Diabetes insipidus
Central (neurogenic)DI
nephrogenic DI
Primary polydipsia (dispogenic DI)
causes for Central DI
occurs when any lesion of the hypothalamus or posterior pitui…
results from the decreased renal response to ADH despite pres…
excessive water intake caused by structural lesion in thirst…
brain tumor, head injury, brain surgery CNS infections
Central (neurogenic)DI
occurs when any lesion of the hypothalamus or posterior pitui…
nephrogenic DI
results from the decreased renal response to ADH despite pres…
27 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
Where is vasopressin/ADH stored?
ADH normally stimulates...
what are the two stimuli for ADH
Abrnomal: Pituitary/central diabetes i…
ADH moves from the hypo to the neurosecretory stalk to be sto…
the opening/insertion of aquaporins into the distal tubules a…
1. increase in blood osmolality... 2. decrease in BP (hypovolemia)
No ADH produced
Where is vasopressin/ADH stored?
ADH moves from the hypo to the neurosecretory stalk to be sto…
ADH normally stimulates...
the opening/insertion of aquaporins into the distal tubules a…
27 terms
Diabetes insipidus
What is it?
Symptoms?
Idiopathic?
Congenital?
Passage of large volumes of water due to reduced ADH
Polyuria, polydypsia, dehydration, hypernatraemia
50%
Defects in ADH gene
What is it?
Passage of large volumes of water due to reduced ADH
Symptoms?
Polyuria, polydypsia, dehydration, hypernatraemia
13 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
types of diabetes insipidus
central diabetes insipidus
nephrogenic diabetes insipidus
diabetes insipidus is associated with…
1. central diabetes insipidus... 2. nephrogenic diabetes insipidus
caused by ADH deficiency
caused by impaired responsiveness of the kidney to ADH
polyuria and polydipsia
types of diabetes insipidus
1. central diabetes insipidus... 2. nephrogenic diabetes insipidus
central diabetes insipidus
caused by ADH deficiency
18 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
DI serum
DI
Central DI
Nephrogenic DI
Hypernatremia - Euvolemia
-Inability of the kidneys to conserve water
Neurogenic... -Absence of circulating ADH because of disruption…
Central or Hypothalamic... -Tubules are resistant to water conse…
DI serum
Hypernatremia - Euvolemia
DI
-Inability of the kidneys to conserve water
11 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
Underproduction of what hormone?
Pure water loss in kidneys causes?
Characterized by
Primary characteristic
ADH
Hypernatremia
Polydipsia... Polyuria
- UOP 2-20L/day or > 200ml/hr ... - very low specific gravity <1…
Underproduction of what hormone?
ADH
Pure water loss in kidneys causes?
Hypernatremia
18 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
where does problem originate
primary
secondary
hereditary
posterior pituitary
actual site (family/idiopathic)
CNS, anuerysm, tumors
autosomal dominant
where does problem originate
posterior pituitary
primary
actual site (family/idiopathic)
5 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
What is vasopressin and what does it do?
What would be the effect of too little…
What is vasopressin used to treat?
What are the options for ADH replaceme…
- Antidiuretic hormone... - Promotes renal conservation of water…
- Fluid loss (polyuria)... - Hypovolemia... - Polydipsia... - Low BP... -…
- Diabetes insipidus... - Cardiac arrest (increases blood flow t…
- Vasopressin... - Desmopressin (preferred, works longer, can be…
What is vasopressin and what does it do?
- Antidiuretic hormone... - Promotes renal conservation of water…
What would be the effect of too little…
- Fluid loss (polyuria)... - Hypovolemia... - Polydipsia... - Low BP... -…
16 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
What are the two types of Diabetes Ins…
Is there a specific age or breed incid…
When you have an animal presenting wit…
What are the four main causes of PU/PD?
Pituitary... Nephrogenic
no
Diabetes Insipidus
Cushings... Diabetes mellitus... Renal disease... Diabetes insipidus
What are the two types of Diabetes Ins…
Pituitary... Nephrogenic
Is there a specific age or breed incid…
no
9 terms
Diabetes insipidus
What is diabetes insipidus?
What causes central DI?
What is Wolfrann's syndorme?
What causes nephrogenic DI?
Inability to form concentrated urine due ADH insufficiency or…
Idiopathic; Congenital; Tumour (craniopharyn gioma, metastase…
DIDMOAD: Diabetes Insipidus, Diabetes Mellitus, Optic Atrophy…
Inherited (abnormality in vasopressin-2 receptor); Metabolic…
What is diabetes insipidus?
Inability to form concentrated urine due ADH insufficiency or…
What causes central DI?
Idiopathic; Congenital; Tumour (craniopharyn gioma, metastase…
47 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
is caused by a deficiency of circulati…
what does ADH do
there is not enough what produced in DI
DI has NOTHING to do with
ADH also known as VASOPRESSIN
is an anti diuretic hormone from pituitary gland causes kidne…
ADH
diabetes mellitus
is caused by a deficiency of circulati…
ADH also known as VASOPRESSIN
what does ADH do
is an anti diuretic hormone from pituitary gland causes kidne…
12 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
Where is ADH made and stored?
What causes release of ADH?... What is t…
What are the two ADH receptors types a…
Effect of ADH?
ADH is synthesized by cells in the surpaoptic and paraventric…
ADH levels are controlled by ECF volume and osmolality. ... • Wh…
==> V1 cause vasoconstriction (hence vasopressin) and are loc…
• Without ADH, the luminal membranes of the tubular epithelia…
Where is ADH made and stored?
ADH is synthesized by cells in the surpaoptic and paraventric…
What causes release of ADH?... What is t…
ADH levels are controlled by ECF volume and osmolality. ... • Wh…
12 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
excessive urination due to deficiency…
increase plasma osmolality
If patient has adequate thirst mechani…
Causes of Central DI
Central DI or inability of avp to work on kidney in nephrogen…
causes polydipsia and polurea
then serum sodium should remain normal to high normal is stre…
rare famalial syndromes ... Acquired cases mass lesions i.e. cra…
excessive urination due to deficiency…
Central DI or inability of avp to work on kidney in nephrogen…
increase plasma osmolality
causes polydipsia and polurea
20 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
Most common disorder of the posterior…
Manifestations of DI
What may cause DI?
Why can this disease not be controlled…
Diabetes Insipidus (DI)
Excessive thirst (polydipsia)- tend to drink 2-20L of fluid d…
May occur secondary to head trauma, brain tumor, or surgical…
Because the high-volume loss of urine continues even without…
Most common disorder of the posterior…
Diabetes Insipidus (DI)
Manifestations of DI
Excessive thirst (polydipsia)- tend to drink 2-20L of fluid d…
9 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
DI in general: What is it characterize…
Central DI: What can cause it?
Central DI: What will serum ADH be?Uri…
Central DI: What does the water depriv…
-intense thirst and poluria... -urine... -Lack of ADH (central) and…
Pituitary tumor, autoimmune, TRAUMA, surgery, ischemic enceph…
- low... - < 1.006 (Adults generally have a specific gravity in…
You will get a greater than 50% increase in urine osm AFTER t…
DI in general: What is it characterize…
-intense thirst and poluria... -urine... -Lack of ADH (central) and…
Central DI: What can cause it?
Pituitary tumor, autoimmune, TRAUMA, surgery, ischemic enceph…
18 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
What is DI?
What are the types of DI?
What is neurogenic DI?
What is nephrogenic DI?
HYPOsecretion of ADH... -Failure of tubular reabsorption of wate…
Neurogenic... Nephrogenic... Drug-induced
AKA central or primary... Caused by defect in hypothalamus or pi…
Inherited DO... Renal tubules do not respond to ADH
What is DI?
HYPOsecretion of ADH... -Failure of tubular reabsorption of wate…
What are the types of DI?
Neurogenic... Nephrogenic... Drug-induced
23 terms
diabetes insipidus
another name for DI?
a patient with DI has polyuria. what i…
which vital sign is going to decrease…
which vital signs are going to increas…
ADH insufficiency
5 - 20 L/day
blood pressure
temperature... heart rate... respirations
another name for DI?
ADH insufficiency
a patient with DI has polyuria. what i…
5 - 20 L/day
7 terms
Diabetes insipidus
Diabetes insipidus - Def?
Diabetes insipidus - Hur stora urinmän…
Diabetes insipidus - Diffdiagnoser?
Diabetes insipidus - Utredning?
Bristande vasopressin- eller ADH-produktion med stora mängder…
3-15 L/dygn.
Nefrogen diabetes insipidus och psykogen polydipsi.
Verifiera polyuri (2 dygnsmängder + kreatinin). Anamnes. Anal…
Diabetes insipidus - Def?
Bristande vasopressin- eller ADH-produktion med stora mängder…
Diabetes insipidus - Hur stora urinmän…
3-15 L/dygn.
14 terms
Diabetes Insipidus
What is DI
What are the 2 causes of DI
What are the symptoms of DI
What is the cause of cranial DI
Passing large volumes (over 3L/day) of dilute urine due to im…
Cranial - dec ADH secreted by posterior pituitary ... Nephrogeni…
Polyuria... Polydipsia... Dehydration... Symp of hypernatraemia
Idiopathic... Congenital ... Tumour... Trauma... AI... Infiltration... Vascular…
What is DI
Passing large volumes (over 3L/day) of dilute urine due to im…
What are the 2 causes of DI
Cranial - dec ADH secreted by posterior pituitary ... Nephrogeni…
Diabetes insipidus
What is DI?
What does DI result in?
How much does this person pee?
What is most common type?
Decrease in ADH
Fluid and elecrtylote imbalcne
ALOT!! 2-20L a day!
Central DI
What is DI?
Decrease in ADH
What does DI result in?
Fluid and elecrtylote imbalcne
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