Effect of furosemide on dialysis requirement following cadaveric kidney transplantation

S. L. Lachance, John Barry

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High doses of furosemide have been reported to reduce the requirement for dialysis following cadaveric kidney transplantation. Depending on recipient age, alternate cadaver kidney transplant recipients received infusions of 200 to 400 mg. furosemide just before restoration of renal circulation. All recipients received infusions of mannitol during the hour before renal revascularization. All 50 kidneys were preserved with intracellular electrolyte solutions. Mean cold storage times (33.4 plus or minus 11.4 hours for recipients given furosemide versus 35.7 plus or minus 12.3 hours for controls) were not significantly different between the 2 groups. There were no significant differences in first week dialysis requirement between recipients given furosemide and controls (75 versus 73 per cent, respectively), first day urine output (2.2 plus or minus 4.2 versus 1.0 plus or minus 0.8 l., respectively), 1-month serum creatinine nadirs (2.1 plus or minus 1.1 versus 1.9 plus or minus 1.1 mg. per dl., respectively) and 1-month function rate (92 versus 92 per cent, respectively). High doses of furosemide did not prevent significant acute tubular necrosis following human cadaveric kidney transplantation when the recipients also received infusions of mannitol.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)950-951
Number of pages2
JournalJournal of Urology
Volume133
Issue number6
StatePublished - 1985

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Furosemide
Kidney Transplantation
Dialysis
Mannitol
Kidney
Renal Circulation
Cadaver
Electrolytes
Creatinine
Necrosis
Urine
Serum

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Effect of furosemide on dialysis requirement following cadaveric kidney transplantation. / Lachance, S. L.; Barry, John.

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