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Renal Failure Leads To This Blood Condition
Renal functions. Patient has extemely low blood pressure caused by congestive heart failure; what causes this?
Renal function CHF: With congestive heart failure, the cardiac output or amount of blood the heart pumps is reduced. The kidneys are now also receiving less blood and it affects them. But! do not forget that all of the factors that caused CHF in the first place have also affected the kidneys (high blood pressure, diabetes, cholesterol...Etc). ...Read more
I read somewhere that chronic renal failure can present with polyuria. Then how is it that acute renal failure is the opposite?
Both can: Some types of acute renal insufficiency resolve with a large amount of urine production as the kidney regains some normal function. Some types of chronic renal insufficiency involve loss of protein or electrolytes and large amounts of urine production can result. Both acute and chronic renal insufficency have types where little or no urine is made. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Possible...: All life events are a one-way street of accumulation, modification, and continuation from inception to eternity. So. good/adequate personal & professional care can modify the existing conditions so to slow down the pace of worsening, which may highly vary. Nonetheless, move on to do those within our control and avoid wasting time & energy to think and worry about those beyond our control. Best ... ...Read more
Is it possible for MRSA infections to cause coronary artery disease and lead to congestive heart failure?
Best blood pressure: It depends on what is causing your ckd. Patients without diabetes should have their systolic BP < 140 mm hg. Those with diabetes should try to have a systolic of 130 mm hg. The lower your blood pressure, without symptoms of dizziness or weakness, the fewer complications one can expect to have. Discuss your particular case with your physician or have have him refer you to a nephrologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why sickle cell anemeia / multiple myeloma cause diabetes insipidus ? Is it because it may obstruct the blood flow to the kidneys and damage them?
Basically right: Even sickle cell trait ruins much of the concentrating ability of the kidneys by adulthood. Myeloma is more likely to damage and obstruct the tubules themselves. Both produce a kidney lesion that prevents the urine from becoming concentrated, rather than a pituitary diabetes insipidus. ...Read more
Complex: Even though the mechanisms are complex, one way to understand is that if you lose the ability to filter your blood and eliminate extra fluid from your body (one of the kidney's main functions) your heart will be burdened with pumping a lot more blood than it was intended to do and will therefore fatigue and not pump as well (same as any other muscle would if forced to work "overtime"). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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