Acute Kidney Failure Linked to Trasylol

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Acute Kidney Failure, also known as renal failure, entails the abrupt loss of the use of the kidneys to excrete waste and urine. Some of the causes of acute kidney failure are infections of the kidney, obstruction of the kidney track, decreased blood flow, and other disorders that cause clotting within the kidneys blood vessels. Symptoms of acute kidney failure include either a stoppage of urine or an increased amount of urine, swelling, fatigue, nausea and vomiting, and abrupt changes in mood. Once you are diagnosed with acute kidney failure, the amount of liquid you consume must be monitored and in most cases severely limited to the amount of urine that you are comfortably able to produce. In recent years, many cases of acute kidney failure have been linked to the drug Trasylol.

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