5 edition of Kidney Disease in Children and Adolescents found in the catalog.
January 13, 2006
by Informa Healthcare
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||288|
Involvement of the kidney in children and adolescents with perinatal (HIV-1) infection can occur at any stage during the child's life with diverse diagnoses, ranging from acute kidney injury, childhood urinary tract infections (UTIs), electrolyte imbalances and drug Cited by: How can chronic kidney disease (CKD) affect children and their families? The lives of children with serious and long-lasting conditions such as CKD are affected in many ways. CKD is any condition that causes reduced kidney function over an extended period of time.
Get this from a library! Kidney disorders in children and adolescents: a global perspective of clinical practice. [Ron Hogg;] -- A much-needed, up-to-date guide to the clinical management of kidney disorders in children and adolescents, this text presents the essentials of diagnosis and treatment in this important field, with. Hyperuricemia is a previously undescribed independent risk factor for faster progression of CKD in children and adolescents. It is possible that treatment of children and adolescents with CKD with urate-lowering therapy could slow disease progression. Previous article in issue Next article in issueCited by:
While kidney disease can affect anyone at any age, children diagnosed with kidney disease need special consideration and care. It's important for both parents and kids to learn about kidney disease and how to manage symptoms, adjust to treatments, or talk with friends and family. Start here with some helpful information for both you and your child or teen. The prevalence of hypertension in children and adolescents is much lower than adults.1, 2 In adults, primary or essential hypertension accounts for >90% of elevated blood pressure. In children, however, secondary or correctible causes of hypertension account for a much higher proportion.3, 4 In general, the more severe the hypertension and the younger the child, the greater the likelihood that Cited by:
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End-stage renal disease is a devastating diagnosis to the patient, family and their care provider. This book covers all aspects of chronic kidney disease from a general description to its psychological impact on the adolescent and lastly its progression to end-stage and details the important aspects of the patient’s journey from diagnosis to their final destination including Format: Hardcover.
Book Description A much-needed, up-to-date guide to the clinical management of kidney disorders in children and adolescents, this text presents the essentials of diagnosis and treatment in this important field, with an indication of when referral to, or consultation with, the pediatric nephrologist is needed.
End-stage renal disease is a devastating diagnosis to the Kidney Disease in Children and Adolescents book, family and their care provider. This book covers all aspects of chronic kidney disease from a general description to its psychological impact on the adolescent and lastly its progression to end-stage and dialysis.
Chronic Kidney Disease in Children and Adolescents Susan F. Massengill, Maria Ferris Pediatrics in Review Jan35 (1) ; DOI: /pir Chronic kidney disease (CKD) affects almost in 1 million people per year, among which 1%-2% are in the paediatric age range ( years old). Childhood and adolescent CKD, particularly in later stages, are associated with serious cardiovascular, neurologic, metabolic and other clinical : Shi Ying Tan, Lin Naing, Aye Han, Muhammad Abdul Mabood Khalil, Vui Heng Chong, Jackson Tan.
The spectrum of kidney disease in children and adolescents differs significantly from that in adult patients, with the major causes including congenital malformations, glomerulonephritis, and. Kidney disease caused by diabetes is called diabetic kidney disease.
While diabetes is the number one cause of kidney failure in adults, it is an uncommon cause during childhood. While diabetes is the number one cause of kidney failure in adults, it is an uncommon cause during childhood. Kidney disease in children is diagnosed the same way it is in adults.
A urine test, blood test, imaging test, or kidney biopsy can help determine if something is wrong with the kidneys. Learn more about the stages of kidney disease in children. Camp Independence provides a weeklong summer camp experience for children and adolescents diagnosed with kidney disease or a solid organ transplant.
It is a week of fun & excitement meeting new friends, and enjoying time with old ones. Camp Independence welcomes children & adolescents years old who have been diagnosed with kidney disease. Childhood Kidney Diseases. The most common kidney diseases in children are present at birth.
They include: Posterior urethral valve obstruction: This narrowing or obstruction of the urethra affects only boys. It can be diagnosed before the baby is born or just after and is treated with surgery.
Chronic Kidney Disease in Children and Adolescents in Salvadoran Farming Communities: NefroSalva Pediatric Study (– Buy Kidney Disorders in Children and Adolescents: A Global Perspective of Clinical Practice: .The chapters on screening for kidney disease, the molecular genetics of tubular disorders, and the transition of children with renal disease into adulthood are the most up-to-date sources of information in these areas.-New England Journal of MedicineAuthor: Ron Hogg MBChB Dch.
Kidney Disorders in Children and Adolescents Ebook PDF download Kidney Disorders in Children and Adolescents However, a series of subsequent discussions led to the conclusion that an update book, mainly oriented towards primary care physicians, pediatric residents, and other ‘nonnephrologists’ would be a valuable addition.
Diabetes is one of the most common chronic diseases affecting children and adolescents. There are currently more thanpeople younger than 20 years of age with diabetes in the US and this number is projected to increase two-folds or more by Historically, type 1 diabetes has been the predominant form of disease in children and by: 5.
Your Teenager and Chronic Kidney Disease. As a parent, you watch your teenager go through exciting and confusing times—from getting their driver’s license to choosing which college he or she wants to attend. So when your teenager learns he or she has chronic kidney disease (CKD), it can become an unexpected challenge in your family.
High blood pressure is common in children with chronic kidney disease (CKD). Because of their young age when they develop CKD and high blood pressure, there is a high risk that these children may eventually have heart problems and a worsening of CKD.
It is very important for children with CKD to be checked for high blood pressure. Early detection and treatment of high blood. A Clinical Approach to Kidney Disease in Infants, Children, and Adolescents Craig B. Langman, Gal Finer, and Neziha Celebi Renal Function and Disease in the Aging Kidney Ramesh Saxena, Andrew Fenves, Xueqing Yu, Nosratola D.
Vaziri, Fred G. Silva, and Xin J. Zhou Section IX Disorders of Electrolyte, Water, and Acid Base Price: $ End-stage renal disease (ESRD) in children is rare, with a prevalence of 8, children in the United States according to the most recent US Renal Data System report.
1 Approximately 1, children develop ESRD annually in the United States, of whom two-thirds initiate with hemodialysis (HD) and one-third, with peritoneal dialysis (PD) by: 8.
The Little Book About Kidneys was inspired by Mummy’s Lump, a book written for children of women with breast cancer. “Living with kidney disease and kidney failure can be stressful and worrying, and some patients find it daunting discussing the condition and treatments with young children.
We hope that this book will help children to. The care of children with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) is highly specialized and often poorly understood by nonpediatric providers and facility/institution administrators.
As such, this position paper has been created to offer provider, facility, and institutional guidance regarding the components of care necessary for children receiving dialysis.
Key differences between adult and pediatric Cited by: 8. Take advantage of quick access to kidney related children and teenager's health info. Read useful and up to date facts to better care for your child’s health. Prevention Better Kidney Health for Kids: Seven Golden Rules Childhood Obesity High Blood Pressure and Chronid Kidney Disease in Children: A Guide for Parents Kidney Diabetes and Kidney Disease reviews the most up-to-date research on diabetic nephropathy, the current understanding of its pathophysiology, renal structural alterations and clinical features and summarizes recent evidence-based clinical treatment modalities for the prevention and management of diabetic kidney disease.
General clinical aspects are covered, as well as an overview to the novel.Children and adolescents with chronic kidney disease (CKD) are inactive relative to their peers. Methods Forty-four children and adolescents aged years with CKD, end-stage renal disease (ESRD) on dialysis or a kidney transplant participated in aweek pedometer-based intervention to increase physical by: 7.