renoprotection

renoprotection

Medtalk Any activity to minimize adverse effects–especially due to oxidative stress–on renal vasculature

renoprotection

Measures taken to prevent damage to the kidneys from any cause, IATROGENIC or otherwise.
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In SA, however, the huge costs of dialysis and transplantation dictate that our CKD management should first and foremost be aimed at prevention and, secondly, at renoprotection.
Which of the following is NOT a possible mechanism of renoprotection with SGLT2 inhibitors?
Even though there are various reports and studies on the role of acetylcysteine in renoprotection, conflicting results continues in the studies.
Renoprotection by alpha-Mangostin is related to the attenuation in renal oxidative/nitrosative stress induced by cisplatin nephrotoxicity.
Angiotensin converting enzyme insertion/deletion polymorphism and renoprotection in diabetic and nondiabetic nepropathies," Clin J Am Soc Nephrol, Vol.
Clinicians and researchers will find discussion of epidemiology, genetics, obesity, progression of proteinuria, advanced glycation end products, angiogenic factors, the Kallifrein-Kinin system, clinical trials for renoprotection, intensive glycemic control and renal outcome, antifibrotic treatment, and kidney regeneration, among other topics
The article, "Risk for ESRD in Type 1 Diabetes Remains High Despite Renoprotection," (doi: 10.
We are uncertain whether there were anti-hypertensives given for other reasons such as renoprotection or cardioprotection or there were misclassification of controlled hypertensive as normotensive.
3 Although the use of agents that block the renin-angiotensinaldosterone system (RAAS) pathway lowers BP and is currently central to renoprotection in DN, the use of other agents to control BP is equally important.