proteinuria


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the presence of excessive protein (chiefly albumin but also globulin) in the urine

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The proteinuria was nil at the start of the experiment which then showed a gradual rise till 8 weeks, where it reached a maximum level at the end of the experiment.
Para evaluar la respuesta al tratamiento con rituximab se tuvo en cuenta el numero de recaidas (definidas como la reaparicion de proteinuria en el rango nefrotico) antes y despues de su aplicacion; tambien se tuvieron en cuenta algunos examenes de laboratorio hechos en el momento de la aplicacion del rituximab y 6 y 12 meses despues; entre ellos: nivel de albumina serica, perfil lipidico.
Individuals having hypertension, diabetes, thyroid disorder, urinary tract infection, and any other renal disorder which can cause proteinuria, were excluded from the study.
The guideline further states that persistent proteinuria is a marker of kidney damage that does not require clinical correlation.
At the age of 6 years an isolated proteinuria was accidentally found.
The proteinuria is increased following heavy physical activities and one factor for kidney disorder is proteinuria and hematuria.
While this trans fat does not stop proteinuria directly, it may help prevent the cachexia of nephrotic syndrome, enabling the patient to retain lean body weight and extending survival.
Any one of these concurrent with new-onset hypertension at 20 weeks of pregnancy or beyond is enough to establish preeclampsia, even in the absence of proteinuria.
In the sixth month, proteinuria (++) was found in complete urinalysis.
What we do have is screening for proteinuria, which is a very simple, extremely inexpensive test that can give great insight.
One of the four guideline recommendations speaking to this issue is that the ACP "recommends against testing for proteinuria in adults with or without diabetes who are currently taking an angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor or an angiotensin II-receptor blocker.
A Significant proteinuria in pregnancy is a hallmark for preeclampsia, a condition that is a major factor in maternal hemorrhage and mortality.
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When CKD was defined as reduced eGFR plus severe proteinuria (ACR >300 mg/g or a urine dipstick value of 2 +), the rates of incident MI were markedly higher than with diabetes alone (12.
Massive proteinuria as prognostic factor for maternal-fetal morbimortality in patients suffering severe preeclampsia: a case report and literature review