Bumetanide Impurities

A diuretic drug in tablet form is called bumetanide.

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Bumetanide Related Compound

By encouraging you to urinate more frequently to eliminate extra salt and water from your body, reduces edema brought on by heart, kidney, or liver problems.

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What is the therapeutic class of bumetanide?

The FDA has given bumetanide approval to treat a number of edematous diseases, including nephrotic syndrome, that are brought on by cardiac failure, and hepatic, or renal illness. It belongs to the group of medicines known as loop diuretics.

What is the mechanism of action of bumetanide?

Bumetanide alters electrolyte transport in the proximal tubule by blocking the active reabsorption of sodium and perhaps chloride in the ascending loop of Henle. This causes diuresis and the excretion of sodium, chloride, and water.

What type of diuretic is bumetanide?

A loop diuretic is a class of medication that includes bumetanide. A diuretic causes your kidneys to filter out surplus fluid from your body. To enhance the amount of salt and water you pass via your urine, a loop diuretic acts on the loop of Henle, a particular region of the kidney.