Active Ingredient History

NOW
  • Now
Urodilatin (URO) is a hormone that causes natriuresis by increasing renal blood flow. It is secreted in response to increased mean arterial pressure and increased blood volume from the cells of the distal tubule and collecting duct. It is important in oliguric patients as it lowers serum creatinine and increases urine output.   Wikipedia

anf (95-126) | anp (95-126) | atrial natriuretic factor prohormone (95-126) | atrial natriuretic peptide (95-126) | atriopeptin (95-126) | ularitide | urodilatin

Feedback

Data collection and curation is an ongoing process for CDEK - if you notice any information here to be missing or incorrect, please let us know! When possible, please include a source URL (we verify all data prior to inclusion).

Report issue