Assessment of Renal Function
A good working knowledge of the clinical assessment of renal function is of considerable use for effective perioperative management of patients with renal disease. Renal function is usually assessed by measurement of urine output, specific gravity, and osmolality, as well as plasma creatinine and urea concentrations and clearances.
KeywordsCreatinine Clearance Plasma Creatinine Urine Osmolality Urine Production Plasma Creatinine Concentration
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