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Chronic Kidney Disease Presentation
Transcript of Chronic Kidney Disease Presentation
By Dimuthu Wickramasinghe
Treatment & Precautions
Location of Kidney
Stages of CKD
Stage 1: Kidney damage (GFR at least 90 mL/min/1.73 m2)
Evidence of kidney damage but without decreased GFR. Usually no
Stage 2: Kidney damage (GFR 60 to 89 mL/min/1.73 m2)
Evidence of kidney damage with some reduction in GFR. Most patients
have no symptoms.
Stage 3: GFR 30 to 59 mL/min/1.73 m2
GFR significantly reduced. May show signs of kidney damage and often
indications of dysfunction in other organs. Often asymptomatic despite a
reduction in kidney function of up to 70%.
Stage 4: GFR 15 to 29 mL/min/1.73 m2
Kidney function significantly reduced. Blood levels of urea and creatinine
increase, and greater evidence of dysfunction in other organs. Usually
only mild symptoms.
Stage 5: End Stage Kidney Disease (ESKD) GFR less than 15 mL/min/1.73 m2
Range of symptoms and laboratory abnormalities in several organ
systems, collectively referred to as uraemia.
* Cited from: Green F & Ryan C 2009. An overview of chronic kidney disease in Australia, 2009. Cat. no. PHE 111. Canberra: AIHW
Diabetes causes lack of insulin, a hormone that controls the amount of sugar in the blood
High Blood sugar levels cause Nephrons to thicken and allow more Protein than necessary to filter out into the Bowman's Capsule
This decreases GFR and may lead to Stage 5 CKD and ESRD, which ultimately ends in Death
Gazi Salahuddin Siddiquee, Lecturer, Agrani School and College, Azimpur, Dhaka-1205, Bangladesh
Renal Resource Centre, 2010
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Hypertension is the increase of blood pressure
Outer wall becomes thicker
Diameter of interior becomes smaller
Reduced blood flow, lower GFR
High Blood Pressure
Angeotensin II constricts blood vessels
Decreases Blood flow
Subsequently decreases GFR
ACE, allows the conversion of Angeotensin to Angeotensin II
ACE Inhibitors stop the function of the ACE peptide
This effectively dilates the once constricted vessels
Donors are placed under anaesthetic, and the removal of the kidney is pain-free
Recepients receive the donor kidney much the same way as it is removed, except arteries are connected rather than severed
Both Donor and Recipient will lead normal lives despite having only 1 functioning kidney
Visit the General Practitionar on a yearly basis for a full checkup. Or if any of these symptoms persist
Unexpected Weight Loss
Lower Back Pain
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Similar to Diabetic Nephropathy as Glomerulonephritis causes protein to be excreted
Can be caused by inflammation of capilaries, Some Immune diseases but often the cause is unknown
This decreases GFR and may lead to Stage 5 CKD but symptoms take a long time to appear.
Despite these symptoms, it is difficult to detect CKD without proffessional help.