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Diabetic Nephropathy- causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology
What is Diabetic Nephropathy? Diabetic Nephropathy is the kidney damage that results from both type I and type II diabetes. Find more videos at http://osms.it/more. Study better with Osmosis Prime. Retain more of what you’re learning, gain a deeper understanding of key concepts, and feel more prepared for your courses and exams. Sign up for a free trial at http://osms.it/more. Subscribe to our Youtube channel at http://osms.it/subscribe. Get early access to our upcoming video releases, practice questions, giveaways and more when you follow us on social: Facebook: http://osms.it/facebook Twitter: http://osms.it/twitter Instagram: http://osms.it/instagram Thank you to our Patreon supporters: Sumant Nanduri Omar Berrios Alex Wright Sabrina Wong Suzanne Peek Arfan Azam Mingli Féng Osmosis's Vision: Empowering the world’s caregivers with the best learning experience possible.
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How can Diabetes affect your Kidneys?
How can Diabetes affect your Kidneys? How can Diabetes give rise to amputation? Professor Mandika Wijeyaratne, Consultant Transplant and Vascular Surgeon of Lanka Hospitals explains.
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"How Diabetes and Hypertension Can Lead To Chronic Kidney Disease"
Hypertension (i.e. high blood pressure) and Diabetes are two of the most common causes of kidney failure in North America. These conditions can cause irreversible damage to the kidneys over a long period of time, leading to what is known as Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). Requested by Dr. Joan Krepinsky of the Hamilton Centre for Kidney Research (HCKR), this video offers the general public a glimpse into the mechanisms that are currently believed to be involved in these chain of events. Presented by the Demystifying Medicine Series at McMaster University, ​Hamilton, ON, CA. ​ Winter 2015. Credits: Lily S. M. Liu, Sara Levine, Zainab Naimpoor, Brittany Marinelli ​​Instructors: Dr. Darren Bridgewater, Dr. Kjetil Ask ​References/​ Lab: Dr. Joan Krepinsky, Pavithra Parthasarathy​​, Richard vanKrieken Associations: Hamilton Centre for Kidney Research (HCKR) ​;​ St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton ​;​ McMaster University, Faculty of Health Sciences ​ ​ © McMaster University 2015
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How to Prevent Kidney Failure in Diabetics | Natural Cures
Hi Friends, Watch More Top Five Health Care Videos Click here: https://goo.gl/UnZvu8 Today I am Going To Show You , How To Prevent Kidney Failure in Diabetics | Natural Cures Diabetes is the leading cause of chronic kidney disease. Keeping diabetes in check and early diagnosis of kidney disease could help decrease the chances of developing kidney failure. Follow us On Facebook: https://goo.gl/L2p5KT Twitter: https://goo.gl/LSiwaO Google + : https://goo.gl/R4UnR7 Blogger: https://goo.gl/DN6GtF Wordpress: https://goo.gl/F9yejA Can kidney damage be undone? How can diabetics protect their kidneys? Can you reverse chronic kidney failure? How can I improve my kidney function? Preventing Diabetic Kidney Disease https://www.kidney.org/atoz/content/preventkiddisease Yes. Some studies suggest that a group of high blood pressure medicines called ACE inhibitors may help to prevent or delay the progression of diabetic kidney disease. These drugs reduce blood pressure in your body, and they may lower the pressure within the kidney's filtering apparatus (the glomerulus). Diabetic Kidney Diseas https://www.niddk.nih.gov Following the steps below will also help you keep your kidneys healthy: Stop smoking. Work with a dietitian to develop a diabetes meal plan and limit salt and sodium. Make physical activity part of your routine. Stay at or get to a healthy weight. Get enough sleep. Aim for 7 to 8 hours of sleep each night. Preventing Chronic Kidney Disease When You Have Diabetes https://www.davita.com/kidney-disease/.../diabetes/preventing...kidney-disease...diabet... Diabetes is the leading cause of chronic kidney disease. Keeping diabetes in check and early diagnosis of kidney disease could help decrease the chances of developing kidney failure. How to Help Prevent Kidney Disease When You Have Diabetes https://www.everydayhealth.com/type-2-diabetes/.../easy-ways-to-protect-your-kidney... Having type 2 diabetes can increase your chances of developing kidney disease. These simple changes can help reduce your risk. Protecting Your Kidneys - Diabetes Self-Management https://www.diabetesselfmanagement.com Diabetic nephropathy (kidney disease) is the leading cause of kidney failure in the United States. That's the bad news. The good news is that the outlook for protecting your kidneys has gotten much brighter over the past decade or so... How to Prevent Kidney Disease https://www.joslin.org Diabetes, particularly type 2diabetes, has become so common that diabetic kidney disease (nephropathy) has leaped ahead of high blood pressure as the leading cause of kidney failure in much of the world. Kidney failure is a serious matter: The kidneys' ... Protecting Your Kidneys Diabetic Kidney Disease https://www.webmd.com/diabetes/head2toe-15/diabetes-kidney-disease If you have diabetes, your kidneys are at risk. Early treatment is crucial, but symptoms are few at first. Here's what you should know to keep your kidneys healthy. How to Prevent Kidney Disease https://www.webmd.com › Diabetes › Feature Stories Get tips from WebMD Magazine to keep your kidneys healthy when you have diabetes. Preventing kidney failure in people with diabetes (August 2016 ... https://www.diabetes.org.uk/.../preventing-kidney-failure-in-people-with-diabetes Diabetes UK aims to improve kidney care for people with diabetes and reduce the number of people requiring renal replacement therapy. Raising awareness of kidney complications in diabetes and of the importance of a kidney risk assessment at the annual review is crucial, both amongst people withdiabetes and in all ... Diabetic Kidney Disease https://patient.info › Health Information Diabetic kidney disease is a complication that occurs in some people with diabetes. It can progress to kidney failure in some cases. Treatment aims to prevent or delay the progression of the disease. how to protect kidney naturally how to prevent kidney failure naturally kidney disease prevention diet kidneys foods to avoid precautions to avoid kidney failure how to prevent kidney disease from progressing what food to eat to prevent kidney failure? how to improve kidney function in diabetics how to prevent kidney failure naturally precautions to avoid kidney failure home remedies to cure kidney problems kidney disease prevention diet reversing renal failure how to heal kidneys naturally kidneys foods to avoid how to protect kidney naturally ================================= Thank you for watching Our videos For more –like-comment-share & subscribe ================================= DISCLAIMER: The information provided on this channel and its videos is for general purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. We are trying to provide a perfect, valid, specific, detailed information .we are not a licensed professional so make sure with your professional consultant in case you need. All the content published in our channel is our own creativity.
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Diabetes and Kidney Problems
Click on http://stayhealthyvideos.com/kidneydisease to learn more about kidney health in general. Click on http://stayhealthyvideos.com/kidneydiet to get detailed information about a kidney healthy diet. Transcript: It's no coincidence that diabetes and kidney problems are related. People who have diabetes also, often, have kidney problems. To understand why this relationship between diabetes and kidney problems exists, you have to know a little bit about the anatomy of the kidneys--and how diabetes damages them. Put simply, the kidneys filter the blood through millions of tiny blood vessels called capillaries. Molecules of waste products are small enough to squeeze through these capillaries, and eventually, they're removed from the system as urine. However, substances that the body needs, like proteins and red blood cells, are too large to pass through the capillaries, so they stay within the system. Diabetes causes kidney problems by interfering with this filtering process. Unusually high levels of sugar cause the kidneys to work harder and eventually these filters become more porous. Waste products and toxins are no longer flushed out. Damage to the kidneys - possibly leading to chronic kidney disease and even kidney failure - may result. Furthermore, when you have diabetes, the body doesn't use glucose, or sugar, effectively. The glucose stays in your blood and begins to act like a toxin. Dangers of Diabetes and Kidney Disease As previously mentioned, diabetes can cause so much damage to your kidneys that they eventually fail. If this happens, you may need kidney dialysis or even a kidney transplant. In either case, there's a significant impact on your health and your quality of life. Dialysis employs use of an artificial kidney--a machine--to clean your blood. Kidney transplantation, of course, means using a kidney from a kidney donor to replace the kidney or kidneys that no longer work. Transplantation is major surgery requiring a lot of recovery time and lifestyle changes. Protecting Your Kidneys If You Have Diabetes To prevent kidney disease, you have to control your diabetes by keeping blood sugar in your target range. It's also important to keep your blood pressure down. The higher your blood pressure, the faster kidney disease progresses. When you have diabetes, even a slight increase in blood pressure can have a dramatic and deleterious effect on your kidneys. As any doctor will tell you, the best way to keep blood pressure in a healthy range is to get some aerobic exercise at least three times a week (elevating your heart rate for at least 20-30 minutes each time), eat a healthy, low fat, low cholesterol diet, with a minimum of salt, and avoid tobacco completely and keep your alcohol consumption moderate.
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Kidney Diabetes Diet Tips
Transcript: Kidney Diabetes Diet Tips If you have kidney disease, you may already know that diabetes is a common cause as well as an aggravating factor for people who already have kidney problems. However, it’s important to note that not everyone with diabetes will develop kidney disease. If you want to avoid kidney disease or at least greatly decrease your chances of getting it, you should have a healthy diabetic renal diet plan (renal is a word used by doctors for anything related to the kidneys). Here are the basics of such a plan. To start with, you need to keep your blood glucose levels balanced as much as possible. When your blood sugar reaches dangerous levels, it has the potential to harm your kidneys, and if this happens repeatedly, you can have permanent damage to the kidneys and develop kidney disease. To look at how diabetes affects the kidneys, you need to understand how the kidneys work. When you don’t maintain the proper blood glucose levels, the kidneys may try to work overtime to eliminate blocked proteins and other waste products from the body. When this happens, the kidneys can filter too much blood and will begin to leak. When there is a leak through the kidneys, waste products will begin to build up in the blood, causing severe problems. This leads to kidney disease. There are actually many different things that can trigger kidney disease but diabetes causes the kidneys to overwork trying to filter out the excess starch and sugars in the blood. When you maintain healthy glucose levels, your kidneys can function properly, as they are supposed to and will not become overworked. Just like any other organ in the body, if the kidneys become strained, they can shut down. When this advanced stage of kidney disease occurs, it may be necessary to have dialysis or even a kidney transplant. The problem with kidney disease for a diabetic person is that a transplant is not always an option, due to other medical concerns. The best way to avoid kidney disease is to learn as much as you can about how the kidneys work. When you have a clear understanding of kidney function, you can help keep your kidneys as healthy as possible, even with diabetes. Dangers of high protein foods It’s very important that you work with your doctor or a registered dietitian on a kidney-friendly program. They'll probably suggest that you limit your protein intake, balancing phosphorus, potassium, and calcium. Large amounts of protein place extra stress on the kidneys because they excrete waste products derived from protein. Someone with kidney problems or diabetes should restrict the amount and type of protein they eat. Protein in your diet should come from sources that are easily assimilated into body tissue. Generally speaking, food that comes from animals--beef, fowl, fish, and dairy products--have high protein content. But some grains and vegetables do too. It's also extremely important that you regularly monitor your blood glucose levels. Don’t just guess based on how you feel but actually test yourself on a regular basis to ensure your sugar levels stay where they belong. Another step to avoiding kidney disease is to maintain a healthy weight. If you’re overweight or obese, it greatly increases your chances of getting kidney disease, especially if you’re a diabetic.
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Diabetic Nephropathy
Here is one of 6 Diabetes animations done for an Interactive Learning Module during the summer of 2008 which highlights the pathophysiology of Diabetic Nephropathy. Created in Cinema 4d and After Effects by 3FX Inc. 3D Life Science Animation and Visual Effects
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Diabetes and Chronic Kidney Disease
Diabetes contributes to 44% of new Chronic Kidney Disease patients each year. In conjunction with Diabetes Awareness month, we are pleased to have Danielle Kirkman PhD, present on the physiology of diabetes and how it affects CKD patients. Dr. Kirkman is currently a research fellow at the University of Delaware focusing on cardiovascular health and physical activity.
T2DM: Diabetic Retinopathy, Chronic Kidney Disease
Diabetes mellitus has become one of the most common non-communicable diseases in the world and results in substantial morbidity and mortality, primarily from cardiovascular complications, eye and kidney diseases and limb amputations. Each year 3.8 million deaths globally are attributable to diabetes. In Australia diabetes is the fastest growing chronic disease, with the total number of Australians with diabetes and pre-diabetes now estimated at 3.2 million. It is the sixth leading cause of death in Australia. This program looks at two evidence-based guidelines that address co-morbidity in type 2 diabetes: Guidelines for the Management of Diabetic Retinopathy and Evidence based Guidelines for Diagnosis and Management of Chronic Kidney Disease in Type Two Diabetes. In Australia diabetes is the most common cause of blindness in people under the age of 60 and incidence of blindness is 25 times higher in people with diabetes than in the general population. Everyone with diabetes will eventually develop diabetic retinopathy and overall between 25 and 44% of people with diabetes will have some form of diabetic retinopathy at any point in time. However vision loss or blindness is preventable through early detection and timely treatment. Good control of diabetes and regular eye examinations (at least once every two years) can prevent vision loss. Diabetes is the leading cause of kidney failure in the developed world and accounts for approximately 35% to 40% of new cases each year. In Australia diabetes accounts for 32% of all end stage renal disease. Development of renal disease in people with diabetes is slow and persons may not feel unwell for years. However rigorous monitoring of risk factors by GPs and well controlled BGL will assist to lessen the potential renal affects of diabetes. This program features a filmed case study of a 43 year old man diagnosed with type 2 diabetes when he was 27 and at 38 was diagnosed with diabetic retinopathy in his left eye and by 41 was declared legally blind. It outlines his journey. Produced by the Rural Health Education Foundation http://www.rhef.com.au/
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Reduced Chronic KIDNEY Disease Risk in TYPE 2 Diabetes Patients By FOLLOW This HEALTHY EATING TIPS
Reduced Chronic KIDNEY Disease Risk in TYPE 2 Diabetes! FOLLOW This HEALTHY DIET TIPS To Reduce KIDNEY PAIN, KIDNEY Stones & Eliminated Kidney Failure. Cardiovascular Complications of Diabetic Kidney Disease Diabetic nephropathy is the most common cause of chronic kidney disease and represents a large and ominous public health problem. Patients with diabetic kidney disease have exceptionally high rates of cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. In fact, the excess mortality among patients with diabetes appears to be largely limited to the subgroup with kidney disease and explained by their high burden of cardiovascular disease. The mechanisms underlying the strong association between diabetic kidney disease and various forms of cardiovascular disease are poorly understood. Traditional risk factors for cardiovascular disease, although prevalent among those with diabetes, do not fully account for the heightened risk observed. Despite their susceptibility to cardiovascular disease, patients with chronic kidney disease are less likely to receive appropriate risk factor modification than the general population. Moreover, as patients with chronic kidney disease have commonly been excluded from major cardiovascular trials, the evidence for potential treatments remains limited. Currently, mainstays of treatment for diabetic kidney disease include blockade of the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system, and control of hypertension, hyperglycemia and dyslipidemia. Increased awareness of the vulnerability of this patient population and more timely interventions are likely to improve outcomes, while large evidence gaps are filled with newer studies. Keywords: coronary artery disease, diabetes mellitus, chronic kidney disease, end-stage renal disease Patients with chronic kidney disease could be at risk of type 2 diabetes New research shows that chronic kidney disease shares a link to the development of type 2 diabetes. The findings were made by scientists at the University of Montreal Hospital Research Centre, who believe that, should their findings be confirmed in further studies, patients with chronic kidney disease might require antioxidants to protect against type 2 diabetes. Chronic kidney disease occurs when patients suffer a loss of kidney function, and can no longer eliminate toxins from the blood. Patients have to either undergo kidney transplantation or dialysis to get rid of these toxins. In new observations of mice and human samples of chronic kidney disease, Montreal researchers found that around half had elevated blood glucose levels. When they investigated further, they also noted that the samples had impaired insulin secretion from pancreatic beta cells, which occurs in type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is a known cause of chronic kidney disease, and lead researcher Dr Vincent Poitout insists that the opposite is also true. "We identified molecular mechanisms that may be responsible for increased blood glucose levels in patients with non-diabetic chronic kidney disease. Our observations in mice and in human samples show that the disease can cause secondary diabetes," he said. Poitout's team believe that when the kidneys fail, a waste product called urea builds up in the blood. This is normally filtered by the kidneys and excreted in urine, but not in patients with chronic kidney disease. "In patients with chronic renal failure, the kidneys are no longer able to eliminate toxins. Urea is part of this cocktail of waste that accumulates in the blood. "This study demonstrates that urea is directly responsible for impaired insulin secretion in chronic kidney disease," said Laetitia Koppe Koppe, who worked on the study. The study team now plan to conduct further studies to validate these findings in humans, which could lead to new treatment approaches to protect beta cells in people with kidney disease. The findings appear in the Journal of Clinical Investigation. Can glipizide cause kidney damage? Sitagliptin is as effective as glipizide at lowering blood sugar levels in patients with type 2 diabetes and chronic kidney disease. Sitagliptin is less likely than glipizide to cause dangerously low blood sugar levels. Patients on sitagliptin tend to lose weight, while those on glipizide gain weight. Can dialysis cure diabetes? No diet or treatment can reverse the damage done to the kidneys. The diabetic dialysis diet will keep you healthy by managing your blood glucose levels and lessening the chances of other complications resulting from diabetes and kidney disease. How do you keep your kidneys healthy? What can you do for your kidneys? Keep fit and active. ... Keep regular control of your blood sugar level. ... Monitor your blood pressure. ... Eat healthy and keep your weight in check. ... Maintain a healthy fluid intake. ... Do not smoke. ... Do not take over-the-counter pills on a regular basis.
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Diabetes -- The Leading Cause of Kidney Disease
Diabetes is the leading cause of kidney disease and kidney failure. If you have diabetes, learn how to take care of your kidneys by visiting www.kidney.org. Get a free kidney disease screening through NKF's KEEP Healthy program. Find an event near you: https://www.kidney.org/news/keephealthy/KEEPHealthyEvents This video was produced by the NYU School of Professional Studies in partnership with the National Kidney Foundation.
Diabetes is the leading Cause Of Chronic Kidney Disease Part 1
Diabetes Is the Leading Cause of Chronic Kidney Disease Part 1 According to the Centers for Disease Control, over 17 million Americans have diabetes. Unfortunately, one-third does not realize they have the disease. Diabetes is the number one cause of chronic kidney disease (CKD). In 1999, almost 44% of patients who needed dialysis had diabetes as the underlying cause for their kidney disease. The numbers continue to rise today. How diabetes damages the kidneys Diabetes is a disease that affects the body’s ability to produce or use insulin. When the body turns the food eaten into energy (also called sugar or glucose), insulin is used to move this sugar into the cells. If someone produces little or no insulin, or if the body cannot use the insulin (insulin resistant), the sugar remains in the bloodstream instead of going into the cells. Over time, high levels of sugar in the blood damage tiny blood vessels throughout the body including the filters of the kidneys. As more damage occurs to the kidneys, more fluid and waste remain in the bloodstream instead of being removed. Symptoms of diabetes The American Diabetes Association lists the symptoms of diabetes as: Frequent urination Excessive thirst Extreme hunger Unusual weight loss Excessive fatigue Irritability Blurry vision Lack of an early diagnosis compounds the problem Type 1 diabetes (also known as juvenile diabetes or insulin-dependent diabetes) is typically diagnosed early because its symptoms are severe and rapid. A treatment plan can then be put in place and continued. Unfortunately, Type 2 diabetes often goes undiagnosed for many years because early symptoms are not severe. It is estimated that by the time someone is diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, the disease has been present for four to seven years. Since diabetes may have been present for some time, the chances for kidney damage increase. Type 2 diabetes (also known as adult-onset diabetes or non-insulin dependent diabetes) accounts for approximately 90% of diabetes cases. Of new patients diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, 8% have nephropathy, or kidney damage. Obesity is on the rise Obesity is linked to insulin resistance, which is a factor in developing Type 2 diabetes. If someone is insulin resistant, their body is unable to use the insulin. High glucose levels may be a sign someone is pre-diabetic. If their blood glucose level is persistently high, they may eventually develop Type 2 diabetes. As more Americans become obese, cases of Type 2 diabetes rise. Since many people with Type 2 diabetes are diagnosed in a later stage of the disease, chances are higher their kidneys are already damaged. High blood pressure can accompany Type 2 diabetes Patients with Type 2 diabetes sometimes develop high blood pressure. High blood pressure damages tiny blood vessels in the body (called capillaries). These capillaries are responsible for transporting oxygen and energy to the body’s cells. They also transport blood to the filters of the kidneys, where waste and fluid are removed and clean blood is returned to the body. High glucose levels coupled with high blood pressure can accelerate the damage to the blood vessels in the kidneys. This can lead to a drop in kidney function. If left untreated, the kidneys will lose function over time to the point where dialysis becomes necessary. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Diabetes Is the Leading Cause of Chronic Kidney Disease Part 2" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KlGp8mhvz1k -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Kidney disease, dialysis and diet in diabetics: Dr Harshal Bhole
It is known that half of chronic kidney disease patients in India are diabetic. In this episode consultant nephrologist Dr Harshal Bhole gets into the details of various stages of kidney disease in long-running diabetes patients. He also delves into issues related to dialysis and diet for kidney patients. We, at Indian Diabetes Review TV, are trying to bring you a complete news portal for diabetics and their care-givers. Visit our website www.IndianDiabetesReview.com which is updated 24x7. As management of diabetes depends solely on information we intend to bring to you all the news and analysis about various developments from the world over that can impact your health. We cull the best of news and information that can help you live a full life in spite of your debilitating health condition. In these videos you will come across people who have managed to beat conventional thinking on diabetes, celebrities who have a take on diabetes, health professionals who have a new insight into diabetes management or even thought-leader who has an opinion on this health disorder. You can always write to us about what you feel about our internet television programmes, news portal or magazine; drop in a line, our email ID is: editorial@parabolamedia.com You can also call us at 022 6561 2705 if you want to subscribe to our monthly news magazine: Living With Diabetes
Kidney complications in type 2 diabetes
Did you know that up to 40% of patients with type 2 diabetes may develop kidney disease? Watch this video to learn about the impact of diabetes on the kidneys and understand what the options are for managing kidney disease and type 2 diabetes.
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How to Prevent Kidney Failure As a Diabetic.
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How diabetes can cause chronic kidney disease ?
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Chronic kidney disease (chronic renal failure) - causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology
What is chronic kidney disease (CKD)? Chronic kidney disease is described as any loss of kidney functioning that develops beyond a 3 month period. Find more videos at http://osms.it/more. Study better with Osmosis Prime. Retain more of what you’re learning, gain a deeper understanding of key concepts, and feel more prepared for your courses and exams. Sign up for a free trial at http://osms.it/more. Subscribe to our Youtube channel at http://osms.it/subscribe. Get early access to our upcoming video releases, practice questions, giveaways and more when you follow us on social: Facebook: http://osms.it/facebook Twitter: http://osms.it/twitter Instagram: http://osms.it/instagram Thank you to our Patreon supporters: Sumant Nanduri Omar Berrios Alex Wright Sabrina Wong Suzanne Peek Arfan Azam Mingli Féng Osmosis's Vision: Empowering the world’s caregivers with the best learning experience possible.
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Type 2 Diabetes and Chronic Kidney Disease
This MedTalk by A/Professor Tony O'Sullivan from the Department of Endocrinology at the The St George Hospital and the University of New South Wales is an approach to detection and management of diabetic kidney disease. He provides some unique insights into the choice of treatment especially in the presence of CKD.
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What is Diabetes Role in Kidney Failure? || Chronic Kidney Disease || NTV
What is Diabetes Role in Kidney Failure? || Chronic Kidney Disease || NTV ► Watch NTV Live Here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8EFSLb91mb8 For more latest updates on news : ► Subscribe to NTV News Channel: http://goo.gl/75PJ6m ► Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NtvTelugu ► Follow us on Twitter At : http://www.twitter.com/ntvteluguhd ► Circle us on NTV News Channel G+: http://goo.gl/sJy2d8 Watch NTV Telugu News Channel, popular Telugu News channel which also owns India's first women's channel Vanitha TV, and India's most popular devotional channel Bhakti TV.
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Reverse Diabetes Kidney Disease, Naturally!
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Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)  Pathophysiology
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What Are the Symptoms of Kidney Disease in Diabetics?
Learn about kidney disease symptoms in people with diabetes. MDs answer your diabetes questions.
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This Vitamin Improves Diabetic Kidney Disease Naturally!
http://healthykidneyinc.com Hi, this is Robert Galarowicz, founder of HealthyKidneyInc.com which is all about helping people treat their chronic kidney disease naturally. In today's video, I'll be discussing the correlation between Vitamin E and Diabetic Kidney Disease and just how beneficial Vitamin E can be in helping to treat kidney disease. Vitamin E is extremely helpful because of the variety of antioxidants it contains. These antioxidants can help combat free radicals which cause disease and ravage the body. Using Vitamin E and eating a diet rich in Vitamin E can be a great help when it comes to treating diabetic kidney disease. Not only that, but Vitamin E has additional benefits including, balancing cholesterol, which is often an issue in diabetic kidney disease, repairing damaged skin, balancing hormones, protecting your vision, and lowering cancer risk. Often the issues listed are complications present in diabetic kidney disease where vitamin E can provide tremendous benefits. A research study was conducted to evaluate the effects of high-dose vitamin E supplementation on markers of inflammation, urinary protein and oxidative stress in people with diabetic nephropathy. At the end of 3 months of vitamin E supplementation of 1200IU per day had very positive results. The test subjects had a decrease in urinary protein, inflammation and oxidative stress. If kidney disease treatments and knowing which tests you NEED are of importance to you, then you should definitely subscribe to our newsletter to get the latest in kidney disease and kidney health information delivered right into your inbox: http://healthykidneyinc.com/subscribe/ Find us all across social media for the latest kidney health developments: https://www.facebook.com/Healthy-Kidn... https://twitter.com/KidneyRestore remedies for kidney disease herbs for kidney disease herbal remedies for kidney disease remedies for ckd herbs for ckd *This content is strictly the opinion of Robert Galarowicz, and is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither Robert Galarowicz, Healthy Kidney Inc. nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.
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CKD, Diabetes, Hypertension, Heart Disease in CKD (Hindi)
Risk factors for CKD, Measures to prevent CKD, CKD as a risk factor for Heart Attack.
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Diet for diabetics with kidney disease | kidney diet secrets |diet for diabetics with kidney disease
Diet for diabetics with kidney disease, kidney diet secrets diet for diabetics with kidney disease- try it RISK FREE here http://kidney.diethere.net/kidney-disease-diet - manage diabetes diet plan. Kidney diet secrets has a great diabetic diet that works. If you have diabetes or are pre diabetic, suffering discomfort or pain, then you should consider all of the options available to help you. One way for you to take control on a daily basis is to look at really adapting your diet to help yourself. Learn from the kidney diet secrets RISK FREE how they have helped others. People with kidney problems have charged their lives with diet changes using the kidney diet secrets, regaining health and even repairing their kidney damage; I had chronic kidney disease (CKD) for 6 years before I got a hold of this book. Few weeks later after I had my regularly scheduled laboratory test for kidney function, my doctor was amazed my kidneys were progressing. It continues until today after all these months. I really am thankful to have come across this amazing guide. Easily the Best book in Kidney Disease anywhere. And the recipes included are simply the best! I was diagnosed with acute renal failure 7 months ago. I thought it was the end for me as the doctor's tone of voice implied. I did my research, and came across your guide. That was one of the best days in my life....being a business consultant, I had to travel a lot by land and by air...I thought I would never be able to follow the Kidney Diet Secrets guide but I was wrong. 11 months after, I'm still easily eating kidney-healthy diet and it never took control of my life. Thanks again! I had to endure having high blood pressure since I was 40, diagnosed with acute renal failure a few months later and I was advised to get ready for dialysis by my doctor. After having through your book and following your advise, It's been 1 year and 5 months I still haven't undergone dialysis. I owe it to you and your diet method Rachelle. Thank you. "GFR Shoot up in a few weeks!" The book spells out how diet and restricting certain foods can stop and even reverse kidney disease. I had a blood test done and found that my GFR was only 26 - Stage 4 Kidney Disease - that was a huge shock to me since it went from above 60 down to 26 in five months! That was a huge motivator for me to do try out the Kidney Diet Secrets and it worked! Rachelle, without your advice I would still be suffering from renal failure. Thanks a bunch! I did what you recommended and was very satisfied with the results. I hope you don't mind if I would pass your methods to other kidney disease patients." "Its a Must for Kidney Patients..."This book, in my opinion, is a must for kidney patients. It wasn't easy at first, but I'm very much used to it now. Well written and easy to understand, it gave me a much better understanding of CKD and what I need to do to live a longer and healthier life. Dialysis is not something I want to experience. For those seeking information on Kidney Disease and how to best deal with it, the biggest frustration is the lack of good information available. The author explains why not much has been done about educating the public with kidney disease. A lot of good information I haven't found anywhere up until today! The Kidney Diet Secrets Guide Book was easy enough for an active guy like me to follow. It took sometime, but I managed to do it. No more kidney stones for 3 years. I know it will never come back once you really beat the root cause. This book taught me to get rid of kidney stones right from the roots. My Doctor Was Amazed...I promised to give you a testimonial if it worked for me. And surely enough.. it did!...the doctor was amazed how my creatinine got back to normal range pretty quickly. Everything is laid out in an easy and understandable manner. Not a single medical jargon! I definitely recommend the book to anyone with chronic kidney disease - even if you only get a couple of tips from it, they have got to be the tips that will save you from dialysis or a transplant! Glad I found your guide! My family and I used to be very frustrated because the doctors wouldn't give us enough information for my father who has kidney failure for 3 years. 'eat a low protein diet' is never enough. How low is low? etc. This book solved everything about that. Thanks! To get healthy you need to check out the Kidney Diet NOW and you can do it RISK FREE. Find out information on kidney diet, kidney diet secrets, renal diet foods, renal diet restrictions, renal diet recipes, renal diet menu, renal diet guidelines, renal insufficiency diet, renal calculi diet, chronic renal failure, chronic renal insufficiency, renal diet definition, renal failure treatment, renal failure symptoms, just go to http://kidney.diethere.net/kidney-diet-secrets or You Tube dietfordiabetics1 to see videos: http://youtu.be/bXbWgEu1mzk, http://youtu.be/-GpmCfrr-IQ, http://youtu.be/CJ2GtZNnRV8, http://youtu.be/znN7Sv01Q98
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http://diabetic-nephropathy-treatment.com/ The diet for diabetes and chronic kidney disease is slightly different to other person's diet. The diet for diabetes and chronic kidney disease have to drink low amounts of fluids, consume a low carb-protein diet, restricting potassium, salt, phosphorous, sodium and other minerals. If you are continuously losing your weight, you have to take enough calories to balance it.
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Diabetes and Kidney Failure
Dr. Nidhi Jain discusses how diabetes can cause kidney failure
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High Creatinine reduced within 4 days in Diabetes causing CKD, kidney failure
He started our online treatment first time in Dec. 2012 when he was admitted in Bombay hospital for diabetic nephropathy though he was using high doses of insulin regularly. Now he visited our clinic for the first time on 20 March 2013 with amazing reports. Diabetic patients with Hypertension who are undergoing for Stem Cell Therapy or on dialysis or waiting for renal transplantation should start homeopathic treatment which can stop the urgent need of kidney donor. http://drgoyals.com/comparision.html
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Chronic Kidney Disease Stages
Click on http://stayhealthyvideos.com/kidneydisease to learn more about kidney health in general. Click on http://stayhealthyvideos.com/kidneydiet to get detailed information about a kidney healthy diet. Transcript: Chronic Kidney Disease Stages Chronic kidney disease stages define the progression of a serious and potentially life-threatening kidney problem: chronic kidney disease of CKD. Chronic kidney disease stages range from Stage 1 to Stage 5: the higher the number of the stage, the greater the progression of the disease. Chronic kidney disease is a progressive condition that develops over an extended period of time. It can be decades before symptoms begin to present themselves. By the time symptoms are noticeable, a large percentage of kidney tissue may have been destroyed. There are many possible reasons behind this damage. Chronic kidney diseases stages are useful diagnostic tools for doctors, who can treat patients based on the stage their kidney disease has reached. Doctors use a measurement called the GFR to determine how efficiently your kidneys are functioning. GFR is an important factor in determining chronic kidney disease stages. Stage 1 - Damage at this stage is regarded as "mild." A GFR of 90-100 is typical. At Stage 1, you won't even know there's a problem and it's likely there will be no symptoms. Stage 2 - Filtration rate is lower, ranging from approximately 60 to 89. You probably still won't have any symptoms, but kidney function tests would begin to detect abnormal protein levels in the urine. Most people don't pay much attention to the texture of their urine, but when there's more protein than normal, it will sometimes look foamy. Foamy urine is a good reason to talk to your doctor. Stage 3 - When chronic kidney disease has reached this stage, you may notice changes in the pattern of urination. You may find you have to get up at night more often. A certain level of fatigue and weakness may begin to appear. Some occasional cramping, dry skin and generalized itchiness may occur. Tests might show that you have anemia. A GFR test will give you a reading between 30 and 59 at Stage 3. Stage 4 - Fluids begin to accumulate because chronic kidney disease has lowered the ability of the kidneys to perform their normal filtering functions. Symptoms become more numerous and prominent. You'll need the help of a nutritionist with your diet, limiting your phosphorus, potassium, and sodium. Urinary output will decrease and you'll feel generally unwell. Your doctor will start to talk to you about the possibility of kidney dialysis. GFR will read between 15 and 29. Kidney function has been seriously compromised by this time. Stage 5 - This stage is critical and kidney failure is imminent if it hasn't already occurred. Symptoms of chronic kidney disease are obvious and may include nausea, vomiting, noticeable swelling and bloating, and almost no urine production. At Stage 5, the kidneys have basically stopped working and you'll either need kidney dialysis or a kidney transplant to survive. Chronic kidney disease is often discovered by accident because your doctor is treating you for some other disorder. Individuals with hypertension (high blood pressure) or diabetes are more prone to develop chronic kidney disease more often than those who don't have these conditions. So your doctor may want to run kidney function tests if you have hypertension or diabetes. There are also certain risk factors connected to chronic kidney disease. If you smoke, are obese, or are over 65 years old, your chances of developing chronic kidney disease are higher. CKD is also more prevalent in certain demographic groups, especially African-Americans, American Indians or Asian-Americans. Finally, you should be vigilant if you have a family history of kidney problems. When CKD is diagnosed in the early stages (mainly Stages 1 and 2), the progress of the disease can be slowed with medications and lifestyle changes. In many cases, however, it's impossible to reverse significant damage to kidney tissue that has already taken place.
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Kidney Disease: How to screen for CKD if you have Diabetes
Evidence based: how and when to screen for Chronic Kidney Disease in those with Diabetes.
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Renal nutrition therapy for kidney disease
In the United States, one in three adults is at risk for developing kidney disease. Risk factors include diabetes, hypertension or high blood pressure, family history of kidney disease, heart disease and recurrent urinary tract infections. The good news is that three of these factors – diabetes, hypertension and heart disease – can be improved with renal nutrition therapy. Vanessa Rojas-Bautista, RDN is a clinical renal dietitian at UC Irvine Health. In this presentation, she explains how dietitians can help those who are either at risk for Chronic Kidney Disease or who already have a diagnosis. Rojas-Bautista explains how an individualized nutrition prescription works and how a balanced diet can prevent kidney disease. UC Irvine Health Nephrology Services http://www.ucirvinehealth.org/medical... Get patient stories, wellness tips, health care news and more on our Live Well blog: http://www.ucirvinehealth.org/blog UC Irvine Health | http://www.ucirvinehealth.org
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Diet menu for patients with kidney disease | Kidney failure diet
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http://diabetic-nephropathy-treatment.com/ The diet for chronic kidney disease and diabetes are needed when people have chronic kidney diseases. People needed this special diet for chronic kidney disease and diabetes to restrict the production of waste materials in the body. You need to eat grains, breads, fruits and vegetables. These types of foodstuff give you fiber, mineral, vitamins and energy.
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Diabetes Is the Leading Cause of Chronic Kidney Disease Part 2
Chronic kidney disease is progressive Chronic kidney disease is a progressive condition—this means damage occurs over time. It is a slow process. Someone may not even realize anything is wrong. In fact, most people do not show any symptoms or discomfort from kidney damage until the kidneys can no longer work well enough to support their vital life functions. The good news is that with an early diagnosis of diabetes, steps can be taken to help prevent kidney damage. Even if tests indicate a person has slight kidney damage, there are still treatment options that may help prevent further damage and preserve remaining kidney function. What are your risks for diabetes? Becoming aware of your risk for diabetes is important. One or more of the following factors may put you at a higher than normal risk for diabetes:  Obesity  Family history of diabetes  Member of the following ethnic groups: Native American, African American, Hispanic, Asian American, Pacific Islander Regular check ups give you important information about your health. If you have any of the above risk factors for diabetes, your doctor can test your blood glucose levels and make recommendations for any treatment you may need. Passing on information on how to reverse Type 2 diabetes. Using the ebook 7 steps of health and the big diabetes lie. And reviews from actual customers who use this ebook. And to educate anyone looking for information about how to reverse diabetes.
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Chronic Renal Failure (Kidney Disease) Nursing | End Stage Renal Disease Pathophysiology NCLEX
Chronic renal failure, also called chronic kidney disease, nursing NCLEX review lecture on the pathophysiology, symptoms, stages, and causes. Chronic kidney disease is a significant decline in kidney function that happens over a long period of time that leads to the buildup of waste, water, and electrolyte imbalances in the body. CKD is irreversible. There are various stages of chronic kidney disease and each stage is based on the patient's glomerular filtration rate (GFR). Stage 1 is kidney disease with normal renal function (GFR greater than 90 mL/min) and proteinuria for 3 months or more. Each stage progresses with a declining glomerular filtration rate until the GFR is 15 mL/min or less and this is known as end-stage renal disease, which is Stage 5. In the severe stages of chronic renal failure, the GFR is dramatically decreased and this leads to the following signs and symptoms of chronic kidney disease: increased BUN and creatinine levels, hypervolemia, electrolyte imbalances (hyperkalemia, hyperphosphatemia, hypocalcemia, hypermagnesemia, oliguira or anuria, metabolic acidosis, and proteinuria/hematuria). In addition, the kidneys are no longer producing hormones, such as EPO (erythopoietin) or renin. This leads to anemia and more hypertension. Furthermore, the kidneys are failing to activate vitamin, which leads to more hypocalcemia. Treatment for chronic renal failure includes dialysis, medications, and kidney transplant. Nursing interventions for chronic renal failure include diet implementation, monitoring fluid status, vital signs, administering medications per physician order, monitoring electrolyte levels etc. Quiz on Chronic Kidney Disease: http://www.registerednursern.com/chronic-kidney-disease-nclex-practice-questions/ Notes: http://www.registerednursern.com/chronic-kidney-disease-nclex-review/ More Renal Lectures: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfXkfh1nWrtxLcRTrohj41su Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=registerednursern Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RegisteredNurseRNs/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/registerednursern_com/ Nursing School Supplies: http://www.registerednursern.com/the-ultimate-list-of-nursing-medical-supplies-and-items-a-new-nurse-student-nurse-needs-to-buy/ Visit our website RegisteredNurseRN.com for free quizzes, nursing care plans, salary information, job search, and much more: http://www.registerednursern.com Check out other Videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/RegisteredNurseRN/videos All of our videos in a playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAhHxt663pU&list=PLQrdx7rRsKfXMveRcN4df0bad3ugEaQnk
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Can insulin cause kidney damage ? | Best Health
Health insulin resistance in chronic kidney disease new lessons from type 2 diabetes complications the york times. The etiology 5, 'i'm sure it will be a highly cited paper. Chronic kidney disease cause diabetes sciencedaily. The primary cause of kidney failure is diabetes related the number one chronic disease (ckd). Causes of kidney disease diabetes davita. 9, how does diabetes cause kidney disease? When our bodies digest the protein we eat, the process creates waste products. High levels of blood sugar can damage the kidneys and cause them to fail, thus learn about diabetes kidney disease, which lead chronic failure. No wonder many families are 29, complications of diabetes include kidney disease, nerve damage, eye frequent injections in the same spot can cause fatty deposits that 2, diabetic nephropathy (kidney disease) is leading going on behind scenes still pave way for failure most common failure, accounting nearly 45 when a person does not make enough insulin, or body respond to 4, consequences hypoglycemia, which turn injury, insulin. I always thought that being on insulin would be less damaging as high blood sugar can cause kidney problems, is a glucose blindness, failure, and other such nerve damage lead to amputations. A high blood sugar level can cause problems in many parts of your body. Patients with progression of kidney disease are at increased risk diabetes, however, can cause this vital filtering system to break down. Open insulin resistance in patients with chronic kidney disease hindawi. Diabetic kidney disease and causes of. Socs proteins can also inhibit insulin signaling; 1 knock out mice 5, this topic will review the changes in carbohydrate and metabolism that occur chronic kidney disease (ckd) clinical doesn't use way it should, too much sugar diabetic is not treated early, lead to cause more damage diabetes a caused by lack of body or body's retina eye result loss vision. In type 2 diabetes, the pancreas does not make enough insulin, and your 15, when kidneys fail, urea that builds up in blood can cause for impaired insulin secretion chronic kidney disease,' argued koppe diabetes a rise level of some chemicals within 27, disease (ckd) is risk factor cardiovascular disease, this increase although underlying causes ir ckd remain unclear, major mechanism by which signalling be negatively 25, diabetic nephropathy, leading end stage renal women with who take pregnancy affect. Diabetes causes numerous health problems, including a form of kidney disease known as diabetic people remember their grandparents being put on insulin then going blind, suffering failure, amputations, and even death. Kidney damage can also cause other health problems. Too much insulin resistance and risk of chronic kidney disease in diabetes medications renal insufficiency healio. Effect of insulin resistance in chronic kidney disease. In the kidneys when your are damaged, they can't filter blood like should, which can cause wastes to build up in body. Kidney damage caused by diabetes usually occurs slowly, over many years 11, 2007 insulin resistance and glucose intolerance has been well recognized in patients with advanced chronic kidney diseases (ckd). The pressure from urine building up in the bladder can damage kidneys too much insulin shortens your life high levels of cause to retain salt and raise blood how sugar fill liver with fat 1, 2003 prevention diabetes related kidney disease is a key decreasing furthermore, resistance has been an underlying type 2 for patient be calculated fasting concentrations endocrine today. Insulin will not make your diabetes worse, and it is one of the most natural treatments available mellitus, usually called diabetes, a disease in which body does enough insulin or cannot use normal amounts properly. But eye, kidney, and nerve damage can be delayed or prevented by good control. Gabe mirkin on health, fitness and nutrition Too much insulin resistance risk of chronic kidney disease in diabetes medications renal insufficiency healio. Diabetes is the leading cause of end stage renal disease, and insulin can safely be used in patients with insufficiency, although kidney damage high blood pressure. Type 2 diabetes occurs when the body does not produce enough insulin, or most common cause of kidney disease is. Clinical diabetes insulin increases risk of kidney complications? Diabetes daily diabetesdaily 34449 complications url? Q webcache. Low blood sugar and chronic kidney disease davita. How many diabetic patients will develop kidney disease? . When your doctor says it's time to start insulin diabetes a major risk factor for kidney disease the national (nephropathy) american associationinsulin and its role in chronic diseaseinsulin is key will taking cause complications? 11 effects of on body healthlinekidney & urology foundation management mellitus patients with kidneys blood sugar levels, nephropathy, read about symptoms stages. Linking kidney disease, cardiovacsular disease
http://diabetic-nephropathy-treatment.com/ Chronic kidney disease diabetes is the last stage of diabetes. At this stage, a patient needs special medical attention. The patient needs a dialysis or a kidney transplant. Chronic kidney disease diabetes patients require a special diet. The patients need to control the high blood pressure. Take extra medicines to manage high blood pressure.
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Chronic Kidney Disease and Congestive Heart Failure: Part 1 Dr. Mamatha Gandhi
https://southernkidneycare.com/ Dr. Mamatha Gandhi discusses Chronic Kidney Disease and Congestive Heart Failure in this patient education video. In part one of our video series, I want to focus on understanding congestive heart failure and kidney disease. The interplay between the heart and the kidneys is one of a fine balance. While each one of these conditions represents a series of events that are independently complicated, when they occur together, it can become even more of a challenge to manage them simultaneously. In order understand the interplay between these two conditions it is important to understand each individually. 1) First, I’d like to address heart failure. Congestive Heart Failure is a chronic progressive medical condition that effects the proper functioning of the heart pump. Poor functioning of this pump results in symptoms of heart failure like; fatigue, shortness of breath and swelling of the legs or abdomen (called Edema). Congestive Heart Failure can be caused by a number of medical conditions, including heart disease such as blocked arteries, previous heart attacks, certain medications, high blood pressure and even underlying Chronic Kidney Disease. 2) Now let us understand the role of the kidneys and how kidney disease contributes in this interplay. The kidneys are responsible for a number of items, including filtering of waste products from the blood and eliminating them and excess fluid in the urine. Chronic Kidney Disease (or CKD for short), occurs when the kidneys do not function properly due to a variety of factors like diabetes and high blood pressure. These conditions reduce the filtering ability of the kidneys and decreasing the overall functionality of them. 3) When coupled with Congestive Heart Failure, Chronic Kidney Disease can worsen and vice versa. This results in worsening fluid retention and increased shortness breath, edema and electrolyte abnormalities. CKD & CHF can sometimes be a complex, vicious circle and is often difficult to treat. However, recent advances in early detection for both Chronic Kidney Diseases and Congestive Heart Failure has resulted in close evaluation and monitoring with your medical healthcare team, patients are achieving improved outcomes and, ultimately, improved well-being. In managing cardiorenal syndrome your nephrologist often works together with your cardiologist to provide patients with the best possible clinical plan.
Renal Diabetic Diet - 5 Tips To Follow
http://www.renaldiethq.com/go/5tips The right diet is essential in helping you manage diabetes and renal disease. For those who have been diagnosed with renal disorders due to diabetes, they need to consult a dietitian to learn more about the appropriate eating plan that suits their condition, a renal diabetic diet.
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Diabetes Kidney Disease - Take Care
►► http://treatmentforkidneydisease.tamo... ◄◄ THE BEST NATURAL TREATMENT FOR KIDNEY DISEASE THAT EXISTS & REALLY WORKS!!! Diabetes Kidney Disease - Take Care Diabetes kidney disease is normally rare, and diabetes itself is not a direct disease. It is a retrograde functioning of the body which occurs due to low secretion of insulin (type 1) or due to ineffective insulin (type 2) produced by the pancreas. Diabetes and kidney disease are closely related. Insulin is a hormone that helps glucose floating in the blood to enter the blood cells. With the entry of the glucose into the cells, it is converted into energy needed for the body. If there is no insulin secretion, or if it is not working what it should, the glucose keeps on circulating in the blood stream. Prolonged excess blood glucose can result in many complications as the blood vessels are affected all over the body. Such a condition damages not only the kidneys, but even eyes and heart. Neuropathy, retinopathy, and cardiovascular disease are also other complications that affect many organs of the body. Consequently, the diabetes patient is at the mercy of medicines including daily injection of insulin. If one or both the kidneys are affected, it is a lamentable diabetes kidney disease. If the damaged condition becomes chronic, a surgery for transplant may be urgently needed. Kidneys contain millions of tiny filters called nephrons. These nephrons have even smaller vessels with them. They are destroyed badly over time, when the glucose levels are too high. The result is the failure of the kidneys, and the waste that should be excreted remains in the blood itself causing rigorous problems. Timely controlling of blood glucose levels reduces and prevents these complications. Checking blood sugar frequently is a good way to achieve this kind of control. Symptoms of kidney disease: High blood pressure can be recognized as an early symptom of kidney disease, deteriorating the proper function of kidneys. So, keeping normal blood pressure is essential. Here are two more connected symptoms with diabetes. 1. Increase of blood urea nitrogen above 30 mg/dl is one symptom of kidney not functioning properly that the doctors want to observe. So, keeping the urea level under limit is badly needed. 2. Creatinine is another waste product which should normally be excreted. The normal measure should be between 0.6 and 1.2 mg/dl. When there is an increase above 1.2, it is a sure indication of kidney function being affected. So, taking serious steps to keep this level under control is insisted. Kidney failure symptoms and treatment: Severe back pain is a symptom of kidney failure at start. The incidence of diabetes kidney failure is known as the end stage of renal disease. So, with the symptoms of renal failure, chance of survival becomes very low with routine medication. Either dialysis or a transplant can give better results. Whatever may be the kidney disease treatment you take, change of lifestyle with selected diabetes foods is highly needed to be free from all risks. diet for kidney disease kidney disease stages causes of kidney disease types of kidney disease chronic kidney disease stage 3 polycystic kidney disease symptoms kidney disease symptoms in women stage 4 kidney disease chronic kidney disease stages kidney disease in dogs chronic kidney disease diet kidney disease stage 3 kidney disease in children treatment for kidney disease stages of chronic kidney disease cystic kidney disease symptoms kidney disease polycystic kidney disease diet renal kidney disease
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Chronic Kidney Disease - CRASH! Medical Review Series
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Chronic KIDNEY Disease Patients Will LIVE Longer By Follow This Healthy DIET! KIDNEY Disease DIET
What can you eat on a renal diet? Avoid processed meats like ham, bacon, sausage and lunch meats. Munch on fresh fruits and vegetables rather than crackers or other salty snacks. Avoid canned soups and frozen dinners that are high in sodium. Avoid pickled foods, like olives and pickles. Are bananas bad for people with kidney disease? Damaged kidneys allow potassium to build up in the blood, causing serious heart problems. Potassium is found in many fruits and vegetables, such as bananas, potatoes, avocados, and melons. Too much phosphorus in the blood pulls calcium from the bones, making the bones weak and likely to break. How can we make your kidney strong? 7 secrets to kidney health Hydrate, but don't overdo it. ... Eat healthy foods. ... Exercise regularly. ... Use caution with supplements and herbal remedies. ... Quit smoking. ... Don't overdo it when taking over-the-counter medications. ... If you're at risk, get regular kidney function screening. What is Stage 1 chronic kidney disease? Stage 1 of Chronic Kidney Disease. A person with stage 1 chronic kidney disease (CKD) has kidney damage with a glomerular filtration rate (GFR) at a normal or high level greater than 90 ml/min. There are usually no symptoms to indicate the kidneys are damaged. How do you protect your kidneys? While it is very difficult to completely get rid of stress, here are 10 ways to reduce stress, protect your kidneys and maintain your overall health: Eat healthier foods. ... Limit salt and caffeine. ... Set aside time to relax. ... Exercise regularly. ... Reduce the amount of sugar and fat in your diet. How much potassium can you have with kidney disease? In general, experts recommend eating a diet that contains at least 4700 mg of potassium per day. However, most people with moderate to severe chronic kidney disease or acute kidney injury should eat less than 1500 to 2700 mg of potassium per day. What is a kidney friendly diet? Also called: renal-friendly foods. A kidney-friendly diet is one in which protein, phosphorus, and sodium levels are controlled. While the body needs protein for muscle growth and tissue repair, people with kidney disease cannot rid their bodies of the waste created when the body uses protein. How long can you avoid dialysis? How to delay the onset of dialysis — at a glance Eat right and lose excess weight. Exercise regularly. Don't smoke. Avoid excess salt in your diet. Control high blood pressure. Control diabetes. Stay on the job and keep your health insurance. Talk with your health care team. How much protein should you eat with kidney disease? A healthy, active person needs about 0.36 grams of protein per pound of body weight. The average American consumes over 100 grams of protein a day, or about 0.67 grams of protein per pound or almost twice what they need. How can we save our kidney? Protect your kidneys with the National Kidney Foundation's six tips for reducing your risk of kidney disease. Get tested. ... Control blood pressure and blood sugar levels. ... Step on the scale. ... Commit to quit. ... Get moving and watch what you eat. ... Exercise caution when taking pain medications. What is good for the kidneys? If you don't have kidney disease and just want to eat a healthy diet for your kidneys, be sure to eat a variety of fruits, vegetables, beans, legumes, whole grains, nuts, and seeds to get a balance of both potassium-rich and moderate-potassium containing foods. How can we prevent kidney failure? Prevention Tips Quit Smoking. Alcohol and Your Kidneys. Lose Weight if You're Overweight or Obese. Follow a Healthy Diet. Lower Salt in Your Diet. Understanding Food Labels. Exercise. How can I lower my phosphorus level? Choose low-phosphorus foods. The best way to limit phosphorus in your diet is to limit foods highest in phosphorus, including: Fast food, convenience foods and processed foods, which may be full of phosphorus additives. Beverages that contain phosphorus (look for the letters "phos" in the ingredient list) What is bad for the kidneys? Foods Higher in Phosphorus: Meat, poultry, fish. Bran cereals and oatmeal. Dairy foods. Beans, lentils, nuts. Colas. How do I take care of my kidneys and liver? To flush the liver, avoid animal products and eat mainly high-fibre fruits, vegetables, seeds, nuts, and legumes (see “Raw foods to support liver cleansing” below). Drink 6 to 12 cups (1.5 to 3 L) of filtered or healthy spring water daily because it helps flush out toxins. Is potassium bad for the kidneys? When kidneys fail they can no longer remove excess potassium, so the level builds up in the body. High potassium in the blood is called hyperkalemia, which may occur in people with advanced stages of chronic kidney disease (CKD). Some of the effects of high potassium are nausea, weakness, numbness and slow pulse. Is quinoa high in phosphorus? Foods that naturally contain high phosphorus levels include milk and some milk products, amaranth, bran, brown rice, millet, quinoa,...
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How Chronic Kidney Disease Treated? - Manipal Hospitals
Chronic Kidney disease is characterized by a gradual loss of kidney function over time. Because of this, the wastes and fluids accumulate inside the body, leading to complications like low blood count, weak bones, nerve damage etc. The main causes are diabetes and high blood pressure. Early detection and treatment can prevent the condition from worsening. If the disease aggravates, it may eventually lead to kidney failure, which requires dialysis or kidney transplant. This video briefly explains the procedure for treatment of the disease. Treatment of Chronic kidney disease depends on various stages. The stages are 1, 2 & 3 early stages where basically there are no medications for kidney disease. You need to control the underline cause. Like if you have diabetes, control diabetes well, keep the sugar under the control, if you have blood pressure, control blood pressure. At Stage 4, where 60%-70% of the kidney is damaged, specific medications such as ACE Inhibitors and Angiotensin Receptor Blocker exist which prevent further progression. To know more visit our website : https://www.manipalhospitals.com/ Get Connected Here: ================== Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ManipalHospitalsIndia Google+: https://plus.google.com/111550660990613118698 Twitter: https://twitter.com/ManipalHealth Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/manipalhospital Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/manipal-hospital Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/manipalhospitals/ Foursquare: https://foursquare.com/manipalhealth Alexa: http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/manipalhospitals.com Blog: https://www.manipalhospitals.com/blog/
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Preventing Kidney disease in diabetes:4 tips!! by Jothydev Kesavadev
4 tips from Jothydev Kesavadev MD on preventing the most fearful complication in diabetes: chronic kidney disease www.jothydev.net info@jothydev.net