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2017-08-08T06:49:12
treatment for diabetes in Yelahanka Bangalore Study Links High Dietary Sodium To Subclinical Cardiac Dysfunction. Medscape (8/4, Styles, 239K) reports a study published in the August 8, 2017 issue of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology found that “an estimated sodium intake exceeding 3.7 g/day was associated with echocardiographic measures of subclinical cardiac remodeling and dysfunction, ” based on 2996 subjects followed by echo in the Hypertension Genetic Epidemiology Network (HyperGEN) study. The investigators said, in Medscape’s words, that “most of the significant association was not explained by dietary sodium effects on systolic blood pressure” and proposed “that sodium effects on aldosterone and therefore myocardial fibrosis may also be involved.” In an accompanying editorial, Dr. Thomas H Marwick wrote that the study’s primary finding of a link between sodium intake and myocardial mechanics “is more than just a curiosity; myocardial strain is an important predictor of adverse outcome, probably stronger than ejection fraction, especially at normal or nearly normal ejection fractions.” To view the full JACC article, click 
2017-08-01T12:52:39
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THE BEST DIABETOLOGIST IN ATTUR LAYOUT BANGALORE. complications of nephrotic syndrome include: 1.hypothyroidism—a condition in which the thyroid gland does not produce enough thyroid hormone to meet the body’s needs 2. anemia—a condition in which red blood cells are fewer or smaller than normal, which means less oxygen is carried to the body’s cells 3.coronary artery disease, also called coronary heart disease—heart disease caused by narrowing of the arteries that supply blood to the heart 4.high blood pressure, also called hypertension—a condition in which blood flows through the blood vessels with a force greater than normal 5.acute kidney injury—sudden and temporary loss of kidney function
2017-08-01T12:22:52
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DIABETIC DOCTORS IN MAHALAKSHMI LAY OUT BANGALORE. Diet and Nutrition A healthy diet for Nephrotic Syndrome patients consists of low salt, low fat and low cholesterol, with emphasis on fruits and vegetables. The amount of protein and fluid a patient with Nephrotic Syndrome should have depends on the patient’s current condition, age and weight. It is very important that a nephrologist be consuldieted. . . Healthy Diet: 1. Low sodium (salt) – helps with swelling in the hands and legs 2. Lots of fresh fruit and vegetables – fiber such as whole grains, fruits and vegetables can help lower total and LDL cholesterol 3. Low fat (1% or skim) dairy products Lean cuts of meat, less red meat, more chicken and fish SOMETIMES fluids should be restricted, as determined by a nephrologist.
2017-07-29T12:53:37
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2017-07-26T14:41:58
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THE BEST DIABETIC CLINICS IN YELAHANKA NEW TOWN BANGALORE The cause of diabetic nephropathy is high blood sugar, advanced glycation end product formation, and cytokines may be involved in the development of diabetic nephropathy. Kidney damage is likely if one or more of the following present: Poor control of blood glucose High blood pressure Type 2 diabetes mellitus (after age 30) History of cigarette smoking A family history of kidney problems
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