The effect of Lasix on urinary output in both genders

Elhouni, Abdulrhman (2022-09-05)


Females account for 53.42 percent of those who have higher urine production while taking Lasix*, while males account for 46.58 percent. When using Lasix, the age of those whose urine output increased significantly. Furosemide or Lasix is a diuretic drug that enhances the kidneys to excrete sodium and water out of the body, The drug was firstly discovered in 1962 and got the approval by food and drug administration (FDA). First method based on study population in which it analyzed patients who admitted to the ICU between 2009 and 2010 provides near-continuous measurements of urinary pH, Na+, K+, Cl, and NH4 + concentrations (every 10 minutes) in addition to urine output. in females the urine output was approximately 367.2 ml in which the normal rate was between 216 and 518.4 ml, while in males the output was 468 ml after the administration, normal rate is between 302.4 to 604.8