Nephrotic Syndrome..…(NS) Prepared by:-Mohammad Ali Al-shehri ….. Supervised by : Dr. Nephritic Criteria -Hematuria: RBC in urine (gross hematuria) -Hypertension: ≥130/90 mmHg in school-age children ≥120/80 mmHg in preschool-age children ≥110/70 mmHg in infant and toddler’s children ...
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Title: Nephrotic Syndrome: An Acquired Hypercoagulable State Author: Eric Grabowski Last modified by: Information Systems Created Date: 5/23/2002 2:24:57 AM
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Nephrotic Syndrome Written By: Sarah Gobbell Etiology/ Pathophysiology Syndrome- a complex of signs and symptoms resulting from a common cause. Damaged glomeruli as a result of certain diseases cause proteins to perfuse into the urine Characterized by marked proteinuria (protein in urine ...
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... Rare in post-strep GN Microhaematuria may persist for years Marked decline in GFR is rare Chronic renal failure Nephrotic Syndrome Acute Post-streptococcal GN Onset of reddish-brown (‘Coca-Cola’) ...
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Nephrotic SyndromeYour kidney is an essential filtering system. Coffee Filter Comparison. These are diseases of the filtering system of the kidney, glomeruli – fall in category of glomerular disease.
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Nephrotic and Nephritic Syndrome Dr Claire Gibbons FY2 [email protected] Learning Objectives Understand and define nephrotic and nephritic syndromes.
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... (which can occur as a complication of the nephrotic syndrome) Renal (damage to the kidney itself): infection usually sepsis (systemic inflammation due to infection),rarely of the kidney itself, termed pyelonephritis toxins or medication (e.g. some NSAIDs, ...
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Lecture:21 [Path] Glomerular. Pathology [Part 2] Objectives. The objective of the lecture is. to discuss the classification of Nephrotic syndrome and disease entities associated with nephrotic syndrome
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The Nephrotic Syndrome The Nephrotic syndrome refers to a clinical complex that includes the following: Massive proteinuria - 3.5 gm or more/day (24hours)
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... cont Child with nephrotic syndrome Treatment of nephrotic syndrome Varies with degree of severity Treatment of the underlying cause Prognosis depends on the cause Children usually have the “minimal change syndrome” which responds well to treatment Nursing interventions to manage ...
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Renal vein thrombosis Patients with the nephrotic syndrome are at increased risk of developing venous and arterial thromboembolism, particularly RVT The mechanism of thromboembolism in nephrotic syndrome and optimal diagnostic and anticoagulant management strategies remain controversial ...
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Nephrotic Syndrome and Venous Thrombosis. In adults with nephrotic syndrome, there is an absolute risk of venous thromboembolism at 1.02% per year.
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Major Clinical Manifestations of Glomerular Diseases Acute nephritic syndrome The nephrotic syndrome Persistent urinary abnormalities with few or no symptoms Chronic glomerulonephritis Characteristics of common glomerular diseases at presentation Outcome of Glomerulonephritis Acute Nephritic ...
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Title: Nephrotic Syndrome Author: klalas Last modified by: zbatista Created Date: 10/18/2011 5:09:04 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3)
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Common Kidney Diseases in Children Nephrotic Syndrome Cystic/Hereditary/Congenital Glomerulonephritis Vasculitis Acquired Diseases Nephritis /Nephrosis ‘itis Glomerular inflammation Hematuria Proteinuria RBC casts Hypertension Renal Insufficiency Edema ‘osis ↑ Glomerular capillary wall ...
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Idiopathic Nephrotic Syndrome Dr.Fahad Gadi, MD Pediatrics Demonstrator King Abdulaziz University Rabigh Medical School * * * * * * * Diuretic Therapy loop diuretics (furosemide) given orally in usual amounts (~1-2 mg/kg/d) are safe and moderately effective If the edema is sufficiently intense ...
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Kidney Diseases Glomerular diseases Nephrotic syndrome Nephritic syndrome—tubular or interstitial Tubular defects Acute renal failure (ARF) Other End-stage renal disease (ESRD) Kidney ...
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Nephrotic Syndrome Farid Nakhoul M.D. Deputy Director Dept. of Nephrology Rambam Medical Ctr. Faculty of Medicine Haifa Tel: 04-8542590 Fax: 048542946
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Morning Report 7/7/2010 Pahresah Roomiany Factor V Leiden Prothrombin gene mutation Protein C/S deficiency Antithrombin deficiency Malignancy Antiphospholipid Ab syndrome Myeloproliferative disorders Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria Nephrotic syndrome Multiple myeloma HIV/AIDS 2008 WHO ...
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All patients responded to corticoidsteroid treatment with remission of nephrotic syndrome, which is atypical for IgA nephropathy. IgA and MCD Choi et al in published the findings of 60 patients (43 adults and 17 children) with MCD and mesangial IgA deposition.
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Definition: sepsis (septicaemia syndrome) caused by urinary tract infection. ... treatment of edema in congestive heart failure, corticosteroid therapy and nephrotic syndrome. ACTION: Inhibits sodium reabsorption in the distal tubules causing increased excretion of sodium ...
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Nephrotic Syndrome Dr. Raid Jastania Causes Minimal Change disease (lipoid nephrosis) Membranous glomerulonephritis Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis Membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis Minimal Change Disease Clinical presentation Minimal Change Disease Most common cause of nephrotic ...
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Learning Outcomes. Understand the key differences between nephrotic and nephritic syndrome (nephritis) Describe initial investigations and management of nephrotic and nephritic syndrome (nephritis)
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Idiopathic Nephrotic Syndrome David Hughes Consultant Paediatric Nephrologist RHSC, Glasgow Honorary Consultant Paediatric Nephrologist RHSC, Edinburgh
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Chief Concern: Abdominal Pain, Nephrotic Syndrome, rule out Pyelonephritis or Renal Abscess Any signs of Nephrotic Syndrome, Pyelonephritis, or Renal Abcess?
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Nephrology Diseases & Chemotherapy Idiopathic Nephrotic Syndrome (NS) Caused by renal diseases that increase the permeability across the glomerular filtration barrier.
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... Nephrotic syndrome, liver failure, venous insufficiency, pregnancy or pelvic mass, vasodilators esp nifedipine ABG Usually shows hypoxia, hypocapnia, respiratory alkalosis A-a gradient: Normal 7-14 depending on age Increases with age, ...
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Significant or nephrotic range proteinuria without the nephrotic syndrome (in adolescent patient confirm that urine does not “fractionate”) Indications for Renal Biopsy. Nephrotic range proteinuria with the nephrotic syndrome and any of the following:
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Proteinuria and the Nephrotic Syndrome William Primack MD UNC Division of Nephrology and Hypertension October 4, 2006 No relevant financial disclosures
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PROTEINURIA AND HEMATURIA ASHIK HAYAT M.D. Proteinuria and Nephrotic Syndrome Occurrence of proteinuria in a single urine is relatively common.
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... impairment Impaired memory Poor impulse control Renal Disease Proteinuria/Nephrotic syndrome 40% of SCD patients with nephrotic syndrome develop end-stage renal disease Occurs in ~ 20% of all patients Occurs in 4.5% of all pediatric patients- increased in hemoglobin SS to 6.5% ...
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Childhood nephrotic syndrome: Diagnosis and management Dr Management Parent information Parents need to be taught how to do urinalysis for home testing.
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Nephrotic Syndrome (NS) 2.Hypoproteinemia (mainly albumin) 3.Edema: Nephrotic edema (pitting edema) Laboratory Exam 1.Urinary protein: 2+～4+ 24hr total urinary protein > 0.1g/kg.
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Title: Nephrotic Syndrome and Proteinuria Author: marsh Last modified by: nhs Created Date: 10/16/2004 6:26:56 AM Document presentation format: On-screen Show
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Learning Objectives (1 of 2) Describe normal structure and functions of the kidneys. Explain pathogenesis and clinical manifestations of glomerulonephritis, nephrosis, nephrosclerosis, and glomerulosclerosis
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Nephrotic Syndrome. A generic term that refers to a kidney disorder characterized by urinary protein losses greater than 3.0 g/d. Major symptoms: Proteinuria
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Board Review-Nephrology Part 2. AKI, Glomerular Disease, Nephrotic Syndrome, IntersititalDz, Genetic Kidney Dz
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... genital Pleural effusions, ascites Leukonychia Xanthelasma Frothy urine Causes of Nephrotic Syndrome Diabetic nephropathy Membranous nephropathy Minimal change disease Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis Mesangiocapillary GN Renal amyloidosis Nephritic Syndrome Oedema Hypertension ...
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DR. ALAAELDEEN ELBAHAIE CLINICAL ONCOLOGY ASSIST. PROFESSOR TAIF UNIVERSITY Many patients with nephrotic syndrome will experience at least 1 relapse (3-4+proteinuria plus edema).
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Nephrotic syndrome. Gross proteinuria, hyperlipidemia, Acute renal failure Oliguria, loss of Kidney function - within weeks Chronic renal failure. Over months and years - Uremia Introduction: 150gm: each kidney 1700 liters of blood filtered 180 L of G. filtrate 1.5 L of urine / day.
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... 10% nephrotic syndrome 10% renal failure (including rare patients with RPGN) 5% Malignant HTN Increase in symptoms with infection IgA Therapy ACEi (proven) Corticosteroids Mycophenolate (trials) ...
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... Cirrhosis, Nephrotic syndrome CHF/Cirrhosis: pressure sensed at carotid sinus baroreceptors reduced due to poor cardiac output or peripheral vasodilation/poor circulating volume; associated with higher mortality; ...
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Nephrotic Syndrome (Nephrosis) Characteristics: Proteinuria ( urine protein loss > 2 gm/day ) Hypo-proteinemia ( serum albumin < 2.5 gm/dL )
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... May have mild symptoms the progress to severe Assessment is same as above Treatment is based on severity of disease Nephrotic Syndrome Increased glomerular permeability that allows larger molecules to pass through the membrane into the urine and be removed from the blood This causes ...
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Nephrotic Syndrome Urinalysis Microscopic RBC WBC RTE Oval Fat Bodies (OFB) Free fat droplets Casts (granular, fatty, waxy, RTE) Nephrotic Syndrome Other testing: Blood: hypoproteinemia (decr albumin, decr TSP) Increased lipids ...
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Nephrotic syndrome results from damage to the kidneys' glomeruli Nephrotic Syndrome Nephrotic syndrome can occur with many diseases, including the kidney diseases caused by diabetes mellitus, but some causes are unknown.
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Increased lymphatics in lungs Nephrotic syndrome will cause pulmonary edema when combined another insult, eg increased L atrial pressures. Other causes of noncardiogenic pulmonary edema: ...
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... E Coli Glomerular Disorders Glomerulonephritis Nephrotic Syndrome Chronic Glomerulonephritis Crescentic Glomerulonephritis (Rapidly Progressive) ... males more affected Absence of one or both kidneys Potter syndrome (bilateral renal agenesis) ...
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