Urinary Protein Bound Sialic Acid Differentiates Steroid-Sensitive And Steroid-Resistant Nephrotic Patients

Urinary Protein Bound Sialic Acid Differentiates Steroid-Sensitive And Steroid-Resistant Nephrotic Patients

Urinary Protein Bound Sialic Acid (UPBSA) is Used to Differentiate Between Steroid Sensitive and Steroid Resistant Nephrotic Patients Background Protein estimation index failed to differentiate the steroid sensitive nephrotic syndrome (SSNS) patients from the steroid resistant nephrotic syndrome (SRNS) patients. Sialic acid, which is a negatively charged sugar moiety attached to the proteins can be used to differentiate the SSNS and the SRNS...   Read more


Benidipine Improves Augmentation Index in Hypertensive Chronic Kidney Disease Patients

Benidipine Improves Augmentation Index and Urinary Albumin Excretion in Hypertensive Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease Background Information Chronic kidney disease is associated with the significant cardiovascular disease. It is important to consider organ protective effects in the treatment of hypertensive chronic kidney disease. Urinary albumin has been reported as an independent determinant of cardiovascular events, as well as blood p...   Read more


Belatacept Improves Long-term Outcomes after Kidney Transplantation

Belatacept and Long-Term Outcomes in Kidney Transplantation Introduction Advancement in post transplantation immunosuppressive management has reduced rates of acute rejection and improved one-year outcome in patients who underwent kidney transplantation. But there is no improvement in long-term renal allograft survival due to cardiovascular disease and chronic allograft neuropathy. The reason may be due to chronic toxicities associated with ...   Read more


Alfuzosin Is Effective For Spontaneous Expulsion Of Urinary Stones

Alfuzosin Is Used For The Spontaneous Expulsion of The Urinary Stone Background Information Urinary stones can range from <5mm to <10mm. The stone position can vary; it can be an upper ureteral stone or a lower ureteral stone. The removal of the stone is very essential. The present study involves the stone expulsion rate of patients on alfuzosin treatment in comparison with a control group. Aim The aim of the study was to assess the ...   Read more


Acetaminophen Can Be Used Effectively Instead Of Morphine To Treat Renal Colic

Acetaminophen Can Be Used Effectively Instead Of Morphine To Treat Renal Colic Background Information: Pain due to kidney stones can be treated with morphine, which can have side-effects like hypotension, respiratory depression and apnea, nausea, and vomiting. The study was conducted to compare the effect of intravenous acetaminophen with that of intravenous morphine in terms of lesser or no side-effects. Aim of the study The aim of t...   Read more


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