Diagnostic procedures for acute glomerulonephritis, Biology

Diagnostic Procedures 

  1.   Taking Clinical history 
  2.   Urine analysis 
  3.   Blood sample  for  estimation  of blood urea nitrogen 
  4.   Antistrepto lysine  (ASO) titer 
  5.   Chest X-ray

Medical Management 

It includes:

  1.  antibiotic  therapy 
  2.  symptomatic treatment 
  3.  decreased fluid'and salt intake
  4.  administration  of diuretics 
  5.  renal Biopsy 
Posted Date: 10/27/2012 1:11:38 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Diagnostic procedures for acute glomerulonephritis, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Diagnostic procedures for acute glomerulonephritis, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Diagnostic procedures for acute glomerulonephritis Discussions

Write discussion on Diagnostic procedures for acute glomerulonephritis
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Hydrophilicity Plot is a computer plot which checks the relative summed hyrophobicity or hydrophilicity of adjacent amino acid sidechains (usually within a moving window of about

Assessment   The patient will present with striking pallor, irritability and lethargy due to anaemia, bledding or bruising and petechiae due to thrombocytopenia, fever and infe

What is inharmonious ecological interaction? Inharmonious, or negative, ecological interaction is that in which at least one of the participating beings is harmed.

Comparison between Regeneration and Embryonic Development By now you must have realized that the procedures of regeneration and embryonic development have several fundamental

Which are the main positive ions found in living beings? The major cations found in living beings are the sodium cation (Na+), the potassium cation (K+), the calcium cation (Ca

TELEMENTORING Telementoring is used by a nursing teacher providing training/advice? to another nurse consultant at a remote site. The Internet has made teleconsultation and t

Explain about Riboflavin Aqueous solution shows a pronounced green-yellow fluorescence, which is maximal at a pH of about, 6-7 and disappears upon the addition of acids and al

Q. What is the physiological cause of the syndrome Called as cretinism? Cretinism is caused by chronic deficiency of the thyroid hormones (T4and T3) during childhood. The chron

Genetic Reservoir - Conservation of Wildlife  Despite the present and future economic and health importance to human beings, very little is known about most of the earth's 1.

Explain the history of Darwin's Finches? The most well known evidence upon which Darwin based his theory was the distribution pattern of the Galapagos finches. The Beagle's voy