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How Does A Decreased Creatinine Affect A Patient
Same like otherwise,: However, persons who have 2 kidneys have more tissue which means that the loss of function is expected to be faster in persons with only one kindey if diabetes sets into the kidney. If diabetes develops late in life then the worry is not as much since it is a function of the duration of diabetes. Usually, but not always, a 15 years of diabetes yields involvement of the kidneys. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dental prophylaxis: Mitral valve prolapse (mvp) is a minor variation of the structure of this heart valve. Mvp does not by itself usually cause any symptoms, but sometimes it is part of a syndrome that includes other symptoms, such as palpitations and back pain. People with mvp have increased chance of infection on the valve (endocarditis), and should take antibiotics before dental procedures (ask your doctor!). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cerebral infarction: There is a lot of information linking blood glucose and cerebral infarction and there are a lot of possibilities. In "PubMed" there are 315 related articles published in the last five years. Too many to read and understand. Start at Wikipedia and look for "diabetes and cerebral infarction". May take some reading but will answer your question. ...Read more
Filter, toxins: Dialysis does the work of kidney- removing fluids andtoxins.Electrolytes move along the concentration gradient, so toxins which are high in the blood, goes to the dialysate solution.Creatinine is removed from the blood during dialysis, so these levels are low in the patient after dialysis. ...Read more
For someone who on average has a blood pressure of 150/88, does it have a major impact on life expectancy, stroke, heart attack/disease? If so, how soon does it start impacting the body? What would the rda be for sodium intake for someone like this?
You are not fast: Glucose is our main source of energy when it is burned properly by our cells. When you cannot burn it properly most likely due to the fact that you do not respond properly to your own Insulin which is the main driver, it means you have to change your lifestyle; loose weight, active life style and reduce amount of carbohydrates in your diet. ...Read more
Forever?: It has been studied for years and there is not an actual definitive answer but we do know that it is nearly impossible to make up for sleep loss over time. Sleep deprivation in young children, seems to be perpetuated later and medical issues such as obesity can be seen lifelong, all as result of sleep habits during childhood. ...Read more
Varies: Since your question encompasses a broad range of events, the answer must also be broad.The outcome would depend on the specifics of the delivery.Newborns are tolerant of some events more than others.In the future please be more specific with your question.This is not a chat room, and questions are not linked. ...Read more
Depressive sxs: Mood isn't happy (i.e., sad, angry, irritable). It can lead to too much sleep or not enough sleep. Weight gain or weight loss. Energy level may be low or possibly even higher than normal if agitated. Depression makes one more succeptible to pain & vice versa. Depression can go hand in hand with problems like fibromyalgia. To make a diagnosis of major depression, sxs must last at least 2 weeks. ...Read more
Risk - kidney injury: High BP, whether bedridden or ambulatory, can cause kidney injury if severe enough over a long period of time. Mild to moderate elevation of BP may not have much impact over short term unless kidneys significantly diseased (for example with long standing diabetes). If BP elevated on sustained basis it should be treated whether bedridden or not. ...Read more
Usually within: Days. It is dangerous to correct sodium too fast due to the associated water shifts. ...Read more
Via filtration: The role of alcohol has dual properties to someone who has diabetes. Ironically alcohol alone has a lowering effect on blood glucose since its largely metabolized by the liver. It can halt production of glucose by the liver. On the other hand the increased carb load that is associated with e.G beer contribute to increased blood glucose which gets filter by the kidneys. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: On the cause. Liver enlarges due to back pressure of blood, infiltrative disease, fat deposit or inflammations. Depending on the cause, these may affect your health, be reversible or not. ...Read more
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