Blood Clotting Disorders and Nephrology

Patients with renal failure on new anticoagulants drugs have experienced to excessive bleeding which can be related to a changed pharmacokinetic profile of the compounds. Then the coagulation system itself, even without any interference of coagulation modifying drugs, it is already profoundly changed during renal failure. Coagulation disorders with either episodes of severe bleeding or thrombosis represent a main important cause for the morbidity and mortality of such patients. The underlying reasons for these coagulation disorders involve the changing interaction of different components of the coagulation system such as the platelets and the vessel wall in the metabolic conditions and the coagulation cascade of renal failure.

·         Risk Factors in Chronic Kidney Disease in Neonatal

·         Blood clotting disorders

·         Facts about clotting disorders

·         Diagnosis and treatment

·         Nephrotic Syndrome and its types

·         Neonatal hypertension: diagnosis and management


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