Diabetic Nephropathy. Diabetic Kidney Disease. Diabetic Complications
Diabetic nephropathy is one of the microvascular complications of diabetes disease. Diabetic complications are causing most death in patients with diabetes disease. Diabetic nephropathy is a diabetic kidney disease. Diabetic nephropathy is characterized by following symptoms: progressive kidney failure, hypertension (high blood pressure), and proteinuria.
Statistic for diabetic nephropathy is very clear. Almost 40 percent of all new cases of end stage renal disease diagnosed each year in the USA resulted from diabetic nephropathy. Facts about diabetes are that the medical cost on Medicare prescription plans incurred by patients with diabetes disease in the 24-month period prior their initiation on kidney dialysis are 7 6 percent higher compared to end stage renal disease patients without diabetes disease symptoms. Next facts about diabetes and diabetic nephropathy state that annual cost of end stage renal disease treatment in the USA is approximately $64,000. And for men and women with symptoms of type 1 diabetes or symptoms of type 2 diabetes costs of end stage renal disease (which is diabetic nephropathy) treatment even higher. These facts about diabetes emphasize the importance of prevention of diabetic complications such as diabetic nephropathy. It’s very important for nem and women with type 1 diabetes symptoms and type 2 diabetes symptoms to prevent or delay onset and progression of end stage renal disease.
Diabetic nephropathy can be diagnosed based on the value of urine albumin excretion in a spot urine sample from a person with a signs and symptoms of diabetes. BAsed on this test doctor can evaluate microalbuminuria symptoms or macroalbuminuria symptoms of diabetic nephropathy in person on type 1 diabetes treatment plan or type 2 diabetes treatment plan. Facts about diabetes are following. Microalbuminuria symptoms are present if person having urine albumin excretion of 30 to 299 mg per 24 hours. MAcroalbuminuria symptoms are present if person’s urine albumin excretion exceeds 300 mg per 24 hours. Knowing this a doctor may prescribe diabetic medications to control or prevent diabetic nephropathy.
Facts about diabetes: presence of microalbuminuria doubles the risk of cardiovascular diabetic complication (macrovascular diabetic complication of diabetes disease) and death.
Chronic kidney disease is defined as kidney damage or decreased kidney function for 3 month or more in person with diabetic nephropathy. Early recognition of microalbuminuria, intensive diabetes management, and blood glucose control can reduce long-term diabetic complications related to diabetic nephropathy. Some more facts about diabetes: in some people with type 2 diabetes symptoms microalbuminurea may progress to chronic kidney disease, and kidney failure is not synonymous with enad-stage renal disease.
End-stage renal disease is a term in nephropathy that identifies patients with diabetic nephropathy as requiring kidney dialysis or kidney transplantation. These conditions are reimbursed by the Medicare end-stage renal disease program and covered by many Medicare prescription plans. Check your insurance coverage for diabetic nephropathy.