Ausmed Explains... Signs and Symptoms of Uraemia Signs and symptoms of the uraemic effects on the body: Neurological system: this would be apathy, lethargy, impaired cognition, insomnia, restless leg syndrome, a decreased level of consciousness and even seizures and coma. Respiratory system: pulmonary oedema, pleuritis and Kussmaul’s respirations. Cardiovascular system: oedema, hypertension and coronary artery disease. Gastrointestinal system: anorexia, nausea and vomiting, gastroenteritis, abdominal pain, hiccups or peptic ulcers. Renal system: oliguria, proteinuria, haematuria, nucturia and anuria. Learn more at: https://www.ausmed.com/cpd/courses/renal-deteriorationRelated Learning HubsClinical Assessment and CareSub TitleEmergency and Critical CareSub TitleChronic DiseaseSub TitleLearner Reviews4.38 Total Rating(s)Dianne Chand09 Aug 2019Short, quick and highlighted some important points.Saras verma30 Jun 2019as per reflection Lynda O'Maley24 Jun 2019A quick summary of symptoms beyond the usual urine infection signs that involve respiratory,cardiovascular,gastrointestinal.Karen Innes23 Jun 2019Two boxes obscure the edges of the presentation, making it difficult to see all the information on each slide. Otherwise, a concise snippet of information that is easily digested. Very clear and useful in nursing survey of client's.Sharon Russell17 Jun 2019Short and precise, to reiterate existing knowledge. Dallas Coutts17 Jun 2019Perhaps include any interventions to decrease discomfort.Tracey Phillips16 Jun 2019 Basic but to the pointCatherine Papadopoulos15 Jun 2019 Brief overview of issue good quick resourceSusan Lesmond15 Jun 2019Interesting and informative, highly relevant article.