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Published by Butterworths in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Kidney diseases in pregnancy.,
  • Kidney diseases -- In pregnancy.,
  • Pregnancy toxemias -- Etiology.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: v. 1, p. 505-531; v. 2, p. 509-538.

Classifications
LC ClassificationsRG580.K5 S65 1972b
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. (xv, 531 p., leaf; xi, 585 p., leaf).
Number of Pages585
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5353568M
ISBN 100407362002
LC Control Number72304901

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Purchase Pregnancy and Kidney Disease - ECAB - 1st Edition. Print Book. ISBN A curious title for this new two volume book in which the author, John Sophian, an English obstetricianphysiologist of international renown, explores the pathogenesis of the toxemias of pregnancy. The dust cover humbly refers to the publication as the "vade mecum of Author: John A. Morris, MD.   The impact of pregnancy on the natural history of diabetic nephropathy depends on the renal function in the moment of conception, and on other factors such as blood pressure and glycemic control. However, the result of the interaction of diabetic nephropathy and pregnancy for the onset and progression of kidney damage are by:   To our knowledge, our study of kidney and pregnancy outcomes in women with IgA nephropathy is the largest published to date. According to our data, pregnancy in women with IgA nephropathy and near-normal kidney function does not alter the long-term course of the disease.

  The study is population based and covers more than pregnant women with type 1 diabetes and nephropathy. A careful and proper evaluation of patient records was conducted, and the paper comes from a well-known centre with a long tradition for research and development within the field of diabetes and pregnancy. The role of renal biopsy in women with kidney disease identified in pregnancy. Nephrol Dial Transplant ; – 14 Strevens, H, Wide-Swensson, D, Hansen, A, Horn, T, Ingemarsson, I, Larsen, S, et al. Glomerular endotheliosis in normal pregnancy and pre-eclampsia. Nephropathy of pregnant women always develops in the second half of pregnancy. In most cases, it occurs after 34 weeks of gestation. Early development (up to 34 weeks) and severe course of nephropathy of pregnant women are characteristic of patients with antiphospholipid syndrome. In most countries, mesangial IgA nephropathy is the most common type of glomerulonephritis, and yet there are surprisingly few accounts of pregnancy and IgA nephropathy. Kincaid-Smith and Fairley 41 summarized the outcome of pregnancies in 65 patients with mesangial IgA nephropathy. The outcome in individual patients with IgA nephropathy.

Among women with diabetes, the worst pregnancy outcome is seen in the subgroup of women with diabetic nephropathy. Development of severe preeclampsia that leads to early preterm delivery is frequent. Predictors and pathophysiological mechanisms for the development of preeclampsia among women with diabetes and observational studies that support antihypertension treatment for pregnant . Pregnancy in diabetes and kidney disease. Journal of Renal Care38(Suppl. 1), SUMMARY With appropriate multi-disciplinary team care, most women with diabetic nephropathy will have successful pregnancy out-comes; however, pregnancy complications are increased compared to non-diabetic individuals, particularly in those with poor glycaemic. Pregnancy in IgA nephropathy. The impacts of IgA nephropathy and pregnancy on each other were evaluated in II S women who conceived times between and Rates of spontaneous abortion, normal delivery, live birth and perinatal death were 9, 66, 87 and 4%, respectively. Infants born to women with glomerular filtration rates. Chronic Renal Disease comprehensively investigates the physiology, pathophysiology, treatment, and management of chronic kidney disease (CKD).This translational reference takes an in-depth look at CKD while excluding coverage of dialysis or transplantation, which are both well detailed in other textbooks and references.