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Early Indicator of Diabetic Nephropathy

Early Indicator of Diabetic Nephropathy

Renal damages in diabetes appear late and progress slowly. Because of its stealthiness, it is often neglected in the early stage and when symptoms appear such as proteinuria, the renal damages have become irreversible and the best treatment...Read More

Podocyte and Prognosis of Diabetic Nephropathy

Podocyte and Prognosis of Diabetic Nephropathy

In most cases, the prognosis of diabetic nephropathy is poor and this is because renal damage is in a slow progression and the clinical symptoms usually appear in the late stage. Generally when the disease lasts for more than 10 years there...Read More

What are the Conventional Treatments for Diabetic Nephropathy

What are the Conventional Treatments for Diabetic Nephropathy

Diabetic nephropathy is caused by long term high blood sugar and it will gradually develop into renal failure if left untreated. Symptoms and complications of renal failure usually occur earlier and deteriorate more rapidly than in other ca...Read More

Prevention of Diabetic Nephropathy Starts from Daily Life

Prevention of Diabetic Nephropathy Starts from Daily Life

Kidney lesion is common complication of diabetes and it is the primary reason of death and disability. The clinical manifestations of diabetic nephropathy are proteinuria, progressive impairment of renal functions, hypertension, and edema a...Read More

Night Urination - Diabetic Nephropathy

Night Urination - Diabetic Nephropathy

With kidney disease, some Diabetics may experience increased night urination. As we have known, frequent urination is a typical symptom of Diabetes because the high blood sugar forces more water to be filtered out of the body. In case Diabe...Read More

High Blood Pressure - Diabetic Nephropathy

High Blood Pressure - Diabetic Nephropathy

Clinically, rising levels of blood pressure usually appears together presentation of microalbuminuria, and will get worse with kidney damage progressing. When kidney disease is diagnosed, controlling high blood pressure is of even greater i...Read More

Edema - Diabetic Nephropathy

Edema - Diabetic Nephropathy

Edema in Diabetic Nephropathy results from buildup of fluid. The kidneys are responsible for filtering bloodstream and removing excess water out of the body. Diabetic kidney disease with severely impaired kidney functions can cause accumula...Read More

Proteinuria - Diabetic Nephropathy

Proteinuria - Diabetic Nephropathy

Increasing protein in urine is a notable feature in the developing course of Diabetic Nephropathy. High blood glucose in a long course can overstrain renal filtering system. In a healthy individual, the amount of protein in urine is no more...Read More

Microalbuminuria, Urine NAG and α1-microglobin Test for Early Diagnosis of Diabetic Nephropathy

Microalbuminuria, Urine NAG and α1-microglobin Test for Early Diagnosis of Diabetic Nephropathy

Diabetic Nephropathy is disease of the kidneys caused by Diabetes. Diabetes is described by many as a silent killer. Controlling the blood sugar is a tough job for Diabetics, and if their illness is poorly controlled, many complications may...Read More

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