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What to do about paranchymal changes in chronic renal failure?

What to do about paranchymal changes in chronic renal failure?

Options: Currently no therapy can reduce "parenchymal" or tissue changes to patients with kidney disease What damage has occurred its permanent. What you can do is to try to prevent disease from progressing quickly by watching blood pressure diet, and taking disease sparing medications: often blood pressure medications (ace-inhibitors, ARBS, or aldosterone antagonists). See a nephrologist first. ...Read more

Dr. Tarek Naguib
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Kidney Failure (Definition)

A condition in which your kidneys suddenly stop working normally. Since your kidneys remove waste products and help balance water and salt and other minerals (electrolytes) in your blood, when your kidneys stop working, waste products, fluids, and electrolytes build up in your body. This can cause problems ...Read more


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Could you tell me what is the proper chronic renal failure diet?

Could you tell me what is the proper chronic renal failure diet?

Renal failure diet: Rather than try to compress my answer, go to this website: http://www. Kidneyfund. Org/kidney-health/kidney-failure/kidney-friendly-diet.html. It is full of great ideas on a proper diet for renal failure patients. ...Read more

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Paranchymal changes in chronic renal failure: what does this mean?

Paranchymal changes in chronic renal failure: what does this mean?

Here are some...: Those denotes the possible microscopic changes in solid part of kidney tissues in and from which the doctors can say what kinds of diseases contribute to renal failure, like glomerulonephritis from childhood streptococcal infection, lupus, or so-called nephropathy which may be related to diabetes ro hypertension or drug-induced nephritis, etc. So potential right care can be given. More? Ask doctor ...Read more

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Is it possible to reverse chronic renal failure in a patient?

Is it possible to reverse chronic renal failure in a patient?

Renal failure: It is difficult to reverse renal failure, but with strict diet and blood pressure control the progression can be stabilized. Also staing well hydrated can help also. ...Read more

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Why is hypertension a factor in causing chronic renal failure?

Why is hypertension a factor in causing chronic renal failure?

Scarring: Hypertension is one of the leading causes of kidney failure.Hypertension causes scarring in the kidney which leads to decreased function. ...Read more

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What is metabolic acidosis in chronic renal failure from?

What is metabolic acidosis in chronic renal failure from?

Unable to remove: Metabolic acidosis is a constituent of renal failure, arising mainly from the inability of kidney to remove excess acids in blood. ...Read more

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Is there any natural treatment for chronic renal failure?

Is there any natural treatment for chronic renal failure?

Unfortunately no: The natural course of renal failure is uremia and death. A low protein diet may alleviate some symptoms but the ultimate outcome will be death. Close monitoring of fluid intake and k restriction can improve non dialysis survival also. In general eating and drinking less will lead to longer survival, there are no natural supplements that increase longevity for esrd. ...Read more

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How does accupressure help in the treatment of chronic renal failure?

How does accupressure help in the treatment of chronic renal failure?

It doesn't: I am unaware of any beneficial effect.
I would recommend consultation with a board certified nephrologist for treatment of crf. ...Read more

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What are the protein needs for a person with chronic renal failure and not on dialysis?

What are the protein needs for a person with chronic renal failure and not on dialysis?

See below: It is very important to know if you have normal Albumin level before you restrict any protein in your diet
generally recommended is 0.8 grams per kg body weight.Consult a dietician. ...Read more

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What would glucose levels be like in a non-diabetic patient having chronic renal failure?

What would glucose levels be like in a non-diabetic patient having chronic renal failure?

Normal: If a patient is not diabetic there blood sugar should be in the normal range. Even in if in chronic renal failure. If running high may be due to certain medications which might be used to treat some other condition. ...Read more

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Does renal cell carcinoma lead to chronic renal failure?

Does renal cell carcinoma lead to chronic renal failure?

Not necessarily: Only if both the kidneys have to be removed if cancer on both sides. If only one kidney or a part of kidney only is removed and the remaining kidney is healthy dialysis is not required. ...Read more

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Are there stem cell treatments for chronic renal failure?

Are there stem cell treatments for chronic renal failure?

Not yet: Scientists are treating a number of models of kidney disease in animals with stem cells. Some show promise, but no stem cell therapy is available to the general public yet. Stay tuned; it may not be too much longer. ...Read more

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Can my mom safely have a baby if she has acute renal failure on chronic renal failure?

Consult Kidney Dr: The stress of a pregnancy can easily worsen someone's renal failure. The issue should be discussed in detail with the kidney doctors who know the case. My limited experience with the issue did not go well. ...Read more

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My mother...From chronic renal failure, gsr- 14.7 depend on erythoprotien injection.

Anemia and kidney: Your mother has anemia of chronic kidney disease (ckd) and it is appropriate that she is receiving epogen (epoetin alfa). As kidneys go into later stages of ckd, they cannot make a hormone that stimulates the bone marrow to make red blood cells and are anemic as a result. Your mother needs this medication to have a higher hemoglobin than she would have if she did receive this drug and would feel weak. ...Read more

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What diet is recommended with chronic renal failure?

What diet is recommended with chronic renal failure?

Renal diet: Typical dietary advice would include low sodium, low phosphate and high protein if on dialysis. Pre dialysis advice may ask for low protein to extend pre dialysis renal function. Every patient has differing needs. The diet should be discussed with your doctor. ...Read more

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What are some of the symptoms of chronic renal failure?

Uremic symptoms: As kidney function deteriorates, one will start to develop symptoms of uremia (i.e. build-up of toxins the kidneys are unable to excrete) including persistent nausea, vomiting, poor appetite, diffuse itching, depression, and inability to concentrate. As chronic kidney disease progresses, anemia will get worse and feel tired (kidneys produce a hormone that stimulates bone marrow to produce RBCs) ...Read more

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What is the difference between. Acute & chronic renal failure?

The time duration: Chronic renal failure, or chronic kidney disease as it is now referred to, is kidney damage or reduction in kidney function that persists for 3 or more months. Anything less than that duration is "acute". These definitions apply regardless of the cause of kidney disease. ...Read more

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I have chronic renal failure. What type of foods are good for me?

Low sodium important: Low sodium, moderate protein restriction, avoid cola like drinks. I advanced chronic kidney disease may need to avoid foods high in phosphorus and potassium. Always check with a nephrologist. ...Read more

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What are the common diseases that may give rise to chronic renal failure?

What are the common diseases that may give rise to chronic renal failure?

Causes: Causes of chronic kidney disease (CKD) include diabetes, hypertension, inflammation of the filtering units of the kidneys (glomerulonephritis), recurrent urinary tract infections, rheumatological conditions (e.g. lupus), and certain viral infections (HIV, hepatitis B & C). In some instances, high blood pressure is an end result of another kidney disease rather than the cause. ...Read more

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I was wondering what are the common disease which may give rise to chronic renal failure?

Chronic kidney cause: The most common cause of end stage renal disease in the us today is diabetes mellitus. The second most common cause is hypertension. Less frequent causes are glomerulonephritis and polycystic kidney disease. ...Read more

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Doctors, what are the symptoms of chronic renal failure?

Doctors, what are the symptoms of chronic renal failure?

Renal failure: If you are taking about end stage renal disease i.e. In patients needing to start dialysis, some symptoms are nausea, vomiting, lethargy, anorexia, bleeding from gums, itching, reversal of day-night sleeping patterns, among others. Those patients should see a nephrologist to see if they have to start some type of dialysis. Patients with mild renal disease may have no symptoms and have abnormal labs. ...Read more

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Can chronic renal failure cause someone to feel faint all the time?

Md: Faintness may indicate many problems 1. Low blood pressure 2. Anemia3. Drug effect 4. Low sugar if you are diabetic. Several electrolyte problems ocur in chronic renal failure. It is best to discuss with your physician. ...Read more

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What are the barriers to the assessment of someone with chronic renal failure?

Weight and money: Obesity hinders the accurate assessment of renal function as the estimate of renal function is based on normal weight and muscle mass, obesity obscures signs and symptoms of many systemic diseases. Lack of insurance has been an impediment to acquiring the appropriate testing for some of my patients. ...Read more

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What does htn and chronic renal failure mean?

What does htn and chronic renal failure mean?

HTN & renal failure: Htn (hypertension or high blood pressure) is one of the two leading causes of chronic renal (kidney) failure. Diabetes is the other leading cause. Many people have both HTN and diabetes! When kidneys shut down, many body systems suffer: heart, bone health, red blood cell production, etc. When kidneys stop functioning, kidney transplants or dialysis help; there's no substitute for healthy kidneys! ...Read more

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What's the safest class of antihypertensive in chronic renal failure?

Renal failure: Calcium channel-blockers, beta blockers, and diuretics are used most in renal failure to treat hypertension. In such patients, BP is typically quite volume dependent. ...Read more

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Hi, is the metabolic acidosis in chronic renal failure fatal?

Acidosis: The simple answer is yes. However, the amount of acid has to be very high for that to happen. High amounts of acid in the blood interfere with many, if not all, biologic processes in the human body such as the effect of Insulin lowering blood sugar, the normal metabolism of proteins and fats that are essential for life, and even normal heart beat, just to name a few. ...Read more

Footdrop (Definition)

Foot drop usually refers to the inability to dorsiflex the foot (ie lift your ankle up) this can be associated with a variety of conditions. The most common are dorsiflexor injuries, peripheral nerve injuries, and stroke. Less common causes are neuropathies, ...Read more


Foot Drop (Definition)

Foot drop is a condition when a nerve and muscle in the foot are injured, preventing a person from having normal upward flexion of the food, thus allowing the foot to drop or ...Read more


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