kidney damage

kidney damage

Kidney injury Nephrology A structural or functional compromise in renal function due to external–eg, athletic, occupational, or other trauma, resulting in bruising or hemorrhage, which can be profuse and life threatening Etiology Vascular disease–eg, arterial occlusion, renal vein thrombosis; toxins–eg, analgesic nephropathy, lead, solvents, fuels; waste products–eg, uric acid in gout; lysis of malignant cells in chemotherapy; immune response to medications, infection; glomerulonephritis or acute tubular necrosis. See Acute renal failure, Chronic renal failure.
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A study of people who survived Ebola virus in Guinea found out that their mortality rate remained severe within a year of leaving hospital - and faced possible kidney damage.Researchers, writing in the Lancet, surveyed more than 1,100 survivors of the West African outbreak earlier this decade.
In a poster that will be presented on November 7, 2019, positive treatment results with the active substance in ROSgard are described in several preclinical models for the prevention of kidney damage caused by lack of oxygen.
Experts at Newcastle University have shown in a cell model and in a mouse model that gene editing could be used for Joubert syndrome to stop kidney damage in patients who have the CEP290 faulty gene.
Experts atNewcastle Universityhave shown in a cell model and in a mouse model that gene editing could be used for Joubert syndrome to stop kidney damage in patients who have the CEP290 faulty gene.
[USA], Nov 6 (ANI): A recent study has debunked the myth that high-protein diets could cause kidney damage in healthy adults.
The poster presentation includes data demonstrating urate reduction in a urate oxidase knock-out mouse model, an animal model of severe hyperuricemia with kidney damage due to urate crystal deposition.
Background: Previous studies have shown that hypertension is an important factor contributing to the occurrence and progression of diabetic kidney damage. However, the relationship between the patterns of blood pressure (BP) trajectory and kidney damage in the diabetic population remains unclear.
While it is relatively safe to consume, the synthetic amino acid may cause kidney damage to people who currently have kidney disorders or are at risk for kidney disease.
-- Gestational diabetes may predispose women to early-stage kidney damage, a precursor to chronic kidney disease, according to a new study by researchers at the National Institutes of Health and other institutions.
If your blood pressure is above 140 over 90, this can cause kidney damage within five years.
The infection can eventually spread to other organs of the body including the kidney, causing kidney damage.'
BRIAN replies: This may be caused by tooth and gum disease or a build-up of toxins springing from kidney damage. In turn, bacteria from the teeth can spread in the blood supply and harm the kidneys.