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These findings underscore the need to better understand whether earlier phosphorus management influences morbidity and mortality in advanced CKD, according to researchers.
A significant proportion of children with chronic kidney disease (CKD) have unsuspected chromosomal imbalances.
Over 12 months, the exercise intervention increased participants' activity level by 2 or more metabolic equivalents.
Guidelines currently don't recognize gout as a risk factor for CKD and nephrolithiasis.
The incidence of gout among CKD patients was 6.82 per 1,000 persons per year compared to 2.43 for those without the disease.
Researchers compared 3 screening approaches for their ability to detect chronic kidney disease cases, and identify patients with higher rates of cardiovascular events and kidney decline.
Achieving an exercise capacity of more than 6.5 metabolic equivalents - such as daily brisk walking for 30-40 minutes -- might be protective, according to researchers.
Individuals who perceived the benefits of a low-phosphorus diet and demonstrated self-efficacy were more likely to make strides against hyperphosphatemia.
Reducing dietary phosphorus is challenging, so researchers have developed a food pyramid for CKD and dialysis patients.
The risk is particularly elevated for patients who have CKD risk factors, such as hypertension, diabetes, and older age.
When the kidneys are not working well, potassium levels in the blood can rise.
Hypo- and hyperkalemia found to increase death risk by 26% and 22%, respectively.
Calcification in the media of arteries may be a useful measure for screening.
Researchers found 88% higher odds of negative pregnancy outcomes for women with stage 1 CKD and no classic risk factors.
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