There is Difference Between Adult Male and Female in Urine Output After Lasix Consumption

Farhat, Ahmed (2022-09-05)


Gender disparities in pharmacological development and therapeutic treatment response have been documented. The diuretic response of oral furosemide was tested in six male and six female normal volunteers. A single dosage of furosemide was administered to each subject. Total urine output was collected for volume assessment during the following 6 hours, with male urine output (468.0) being higher than female urine output (367.2), and urine output quantity (P=0.142) in relation to pee flow rate, among the treatments. There were no statistically significant differences between male and female participants.