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  • Sumanta 5:58 PM on May 21, 2015 Permalink |
    Tags: Chronic, , , , ,   

    Why insulin requirement decreases in diabetes patients with long term kidney disease? 

    Those people who are suffering from diabetes and taking insulin probably become happy when their doctor decreases their dose of insulin or stops insulin.

    But if a person is suffering from chronic kidney disease along with diabetes, decrease in insulin doses may not be something to be happy.

    When chronic kidney disease deteriorates i.e. progresses to advanced stages, the requirement of insulin falls in diabetics.

    Now the question is:

    Why insulin requirement falls in advanced stages of chronic kidney disease?


    • In advanced stages of chronic renal failure, the kidneys excretion capacity of insulin molecules decrease, therefore more of the insulin remains in blood. Unless the insulin gets excreted normally the further requirement of insulin is less. In such scenario your doctor might decrease your insulin doses.

    Ask you doctor today to be sure why your insulin dose was decreased.

  • Sumanta 6:54 PM on May 7, 2015 Permalink |
    Tags: Chronic, , , , Prevent, Progression   

    How to prevent progression of chronic kidney disease? 

    Chronic kidney disease develops after an insult to the kidney for many years. Once developed it’s not reversible. Treatment is mainly focussed to slow down the damaging process to the kidney and the overall health.

    Two things basically play role in prevention of progression of chronic kidney disease:

    1. Good control of blood pressure is very important to minimise the damage to the kidneys.
    2. Low protein diet to decrease the load of potassium and nitrogenous waste on the kidneys (since kidneys are responsible for getting our body freed from the nitrogenous waste burdens, so the weak kidney’s workload reduces).

  • Sumanta 12:14 PM on December 6, 2013 Permalink |
    Tags: cannulation, Chronic, disease, ,   

    Chronic kidney disease (CKD) and intravenous cannulation 

    DSC_0635CKD patients are likely candidates who will probably require hemodyalisis in future. To perform a hemodyalisis an arteriovenous shunt is required.

    Therefore, treating physicians must keep this thing in mind and avoid unnecessary intravenous cannulations so that good veins can be preserved for arteriovenous shunt purposes.

    One should not forget the importance of hemodyalisis in CKD patients.

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