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Several small pharmacokinetic studies of the LMWH enoxaparin have demonstrated there is a delay in drug elimination in patients with renal insufficiency resulting in accumulation of drug and effect.
For patients with mild renal insufficiency (creatinine clearance [CrCl] 50 mL/min, approximately corresponding to serum creatinine levels of 1.
Hypercalcemia-induced acute exacerbation of chronic renal insufficiency was diagnosed in our patient due to lack of rhabdomyolysis, nephrotoxic agents, or other identifiable causes, and when correction of the hypercalcemia stabilized his renal function.
In particular, coadministration of glucose altering medications, older age, and renal insufficiency have been identified as other risk factors.
Illustrated with diagrams and tables, 14 concise chapters discuss such topics as the nutritional requirements of healthy adults, the effects of renal insufficiency on endocrine function, and nutrition intervention for chronic renal disease.
The proposed guidelines also expand the limitations of previously established contraindications to transplantation, such as age, diabetes, peripheral vascular disease, renal insufficiency and a history of cancer.
The patient underwent magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), but because of his chronic renal insufficiency, intravenous contrast computed tomography could not be performed.
SAN DIEGO -- Older adults with moderate renal insufficiency as indicated by an elevated serum creatinine level are at 58% higher risk for vascular-type dementia, Dr.
For example, doses of drugs that are cleared by the kidneys need to be reduced in residents with renal insufficiency.
Such applications may examine the genetic determinants, and cellular and molecular mechanisms, which disrupt normal kidney function; mechanisms of cyst formation and growth; development of experimental model systems; development of markers of disease progression; and the identification of innovative therapeutic interventions and gene targeted strategies to prevent progressive renal insufficiency due to this disorder.
Care must be taken by those with chronic renal insufficiency who need to follow protein-restricted diets to slow the progression of kidney disease.