is a disease of the kidney glomerulus and one of the most significant complications in terms of mortality and morbidity for patients with diabetes.
com/prnh/20130307/600769 Diabetic nephropathy
is a disease of the kidney glomerulus, which is caused by high blood sugar.
Inhibitors of AGEs formation and cross-linking prevent the progression of diabetic nephropathy
(Kim et al.
8,9) The purpose of this review is to discuss the pathobiology of these lesions reminiscent of diabetic nephropathy
and how to differentiate them from diabetic nephropathy
Scientists from the Department of Food and Nutrition and Department of Biochemistry at Hallym University in Korea investigated the cellular and molecular activity of purple corn anthocyanins (PCA) to determine whether and how it affects the development of diabetic nephropathy
This paper turns some of the thinking about diabetic nephropathy
on its head," says Sian Griffin, a nephrologist at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff.
While acute exercise increases urinary protein excretion (Poortmans and Vanderstraeten, 1994), the overall effect of exercise on diabetic nephropathy
I suspect it's because patients with diabetic nephropathy
have a higher incidence of concurrent diseases, which would make it more likely that they would suffer with more anemia than patients without diabetic renal diseases.
This article presents naturopathic treatments for diabetic kidney disease, also known as diabetic nephropathy
Risk factors for the development of diabetic nephropathy
include genetic predisposition, poor glycemic control, arterial hypertension, and smoking.
The three cornerstones of treatment of hypertension in patients with diabetic nephropathy
are: 1) reduce and maintain blood pressure levels to <130/80 mm Hg; 2) prescribe a RAS-blocking agent; and 3) reduce albuminuria and proteinuria.
In the journal Diabetes Care, a team of investigators demonstrated that vitamins C and E, along with mineral supplementation (including magnesium), appear to improve kidney function in patients with type 2 diabetes and proved useful in addressing a common complication called diabetic nephropathy
A 43-year-old female patient underwent kidney transplantation for diabetic nephropathy
DALLAS -- Diabetic nephropathy
does not appear to be adversely affected by pregnancy but pregnancy can most definitely be adversely affected by diabetic nephropathy
Pregnant patients with diabetic nephropathy
have a greater risk of delivering a preterm or low-birth-weight baby They also have a greater risk of preeclampsia and cesarean section--particularly if glucose is poorly controlled, Dr.
Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, Princeton, NJ, and Sanofi-Synthelabo, Paris, France, announced they have received FDA approval for Avapro for a new indication-treatment of diabetic nephropathy
in people who have hypertension and type 2 diabetes.