Cardiovascular Nephropathy

 Nephropathy is the damage or disease of the kidney. Diabetic nephropathy is that kidney disease which is caused by the diabetes. Kidney may have tiny blood vessels which filters the blood. High blood sugar from diabetes can disrupt and destroy this blood vessel and Glomerular Filtration Rate will enormously get decreased. As a result kidneys will no longer perform its function properly and lead to the renal failure stage. Cardiovascular disease and kidney disease are related to each other. Heart continuously sends oxygenated blood to the body and kidney performs filtration of waste from the blood. Therefore if any problem in the heart causes congestion of blood in the main vein which is connected to the kidney due to inefficiency of pumping. Due to this congestion kidney will not get oxygenated blood.  When kidney becomes impaired, hormone which regulates blood pressure goes in overdrive to increase the blood supply in the kidney. Now heart has to pump against this high pressure in the artery eventually suffers from overwork. Most common cause for both heart disease and kidney disease is diabetes and hypertension.  Hypertensive kidney disease is medical term referring to impairment of kidney due to chronic high blood pressure. Hence patients who have high blood pressure will be more vulnerable to the kidney diseases. Patients with kidney disease also advised to diagnose blood pressure level.  

 

  • IgA Nephropathy
  • Benign Nephrosclerosis
  • Malignant Nephrosclerosis
  • Kidney & Bladder stones
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Pregnancy Complication
  • Glomerular Hyper filtration
  • Heart failure
  • Fat & Cholesterol

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