A 30 year old femal patient presented in the emergency department with 60% burns and musculoskeletal injuries. The patient was stabilized in the surgery department and a blood sample was sent for routine investigations. After 36 hours of admission, surgeon advised measurement of 24 hours urine output.
The patient responded to treatment and showed gradual improvement in health after 5 days of intensive care.
A 75 year old male patient presented in the out-patient department with vomiting, thirst, irritability ,decreased urine output an azotemia. Medical history of patient revealed daily consumption of ACE inhibitors and insulin since past 10 years.