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What precautions should be observed with joint replacement surgery?

Joint replacement surgery should not be done on patients with infection, or any heart, kidney or lung problems that would make it risky to undergo general anesthesia.

What precautions need to be taken when doing kidney transplantation?

Patients with a history of heart disease, lung disease, cancer, or hepatitis may not be suitable candidates for receiving a kidney transplant.

What percentage of kidney stone patients are men?

Eighty percent of kidney stone patients are men.

What treatment may be required for Fabry's disease patients with persistent kidney conditions?

If kidney problems progress, kidney dialysis or kidney transplantation may be required for Fabry's disease patients.

What is replacement of a kidney called?

kidney transplant

What is the daily allowance for phoshorus for kidney patients?

There is no daily phosphorus limit for kidney patients because . high dietary phosphorus intake does not have any effect on dialysis patients.

Who suffers from lupus?

kidney patients

What diet is beneficial to Fabry's patients who have kidney problems?

A low sodium, low protein diet may be beneficial to patients with Fabry's disease who have some kidney complications.

What is the recommended usual normal Dental treatment of a patient with lupus history of stroke and kidney replacement?

Up until recently the American Dental Association recommended prophylactic antibiotics one hour prior to any dental work includiing cleaning. The concern is for the possibility of bacterial endocarditis. At my last cleaning, my dentist informed me that the ADA changed those guidelines this year. However, my rheumatologist prefers to continue prophylactic antibiotics (2 g amoxicillin). I have SLE with nephritis. I take Cellcept to manage it, which is the same drug transplant patients take to prevent rejection of the transplanted organ.

Who is kidney transplantation performed on?

Kidney transplantation is performed on patients with chronic kidney failure, or end-stage renal disease (ESRD).

Can kidney transplant patients receive shingles vaccine?

Kidney transplant patients can receive the shingles vaccine BEFORE they get their transplant, but should not receive it at any time AFTER they receive the transplant.

What is dialasis?

Dialysis is the artificial process of getting rid of waste (diffusion) and unwanted water (ultrafiltration) from the blood. This process is naturally done by our kidneys. Some people, however, may have failed or damaged kidneys which cannot carry out the function properly - they may need dialysis. In other words, dialysis is the artificial replacement for lost kidney function (renal replacement therapy). Dialysis may be used for people who have become ill and have acute kidney failure (temporary loss of kidney function), or for fairly stable patients who have permanently lost kidney function. Hope this helps xx

What happens to a patient with kidney failure?

Kidney failure is a very serious problem which can be fatal, but patients with kidney failure can be treated with a dialysis machine, which acts as an artificial kidney.

What are the demographics of kidney stones?

Kidney stones are most common among male Caucasians over the age of 30, people who have previously had kidney stones, and relatives of kidney stone patients.

Are patients with diabetes mellitus at greater risk for kidney disease?

Yes, kidney disease and kidney failure are potential complication of diabetes mellitus.

What are the survival rates for kidney transplant patients?

Survival rates for patients undergoing kidney transplants are 95-96% one year post-transplant, and 91% three years after transplant.

How should patients be prepared for kidney transplantation?

Potential kidney donors undergo a complete medical history and physical examination to evaluate their suitability for donation. Extensive blood tests are performed on both donor and recipient. The blood samples are used to tissue type for antigen.

Does vasculitic neuropathy cause kidney problems?

Some patients with vasculitic neuropathy will experience kidney problems

What was impact of the kidney dialysis machine?

The kidney Dialysis Machine was a huge development in medical history. It not only prolonged, and enriched the quality of life for people with kidney failure, but provided time, and kept the hundreds of thousands functioning until they could receive a kidney transplant. Even if the transplant failed those patients could still depend on this life saving process, and continue their lives.

Who undergoes dialysis and kidney transplant?

According to the National Kidney Foundation, 26 million American adults have chronic kidney disease; about 50,000 of those patients end up receiving renal replacement therapy, whether it be dialysis or (many fewer) a kidney transplant. As kidney disease progesses, the body's ability to process/eliminate wastes as well as regulate a number of metabolic processes diminishes. Common risk factors for the development of such kidney insufficiency include long-standing/poorly-controlled hypertension, diabetes mellitus, and poly-cystic kidney disease.

Where is the American Association of Kidney Patients?

Tampa, FL

Does a 4mm kidney stone require lithotripsy?

In some patients a 4mm kidney stone may not need lithotripsy, however, for some patients this may be too large to pass without assistance.

When can kidney dialysis be used?

in the treatment of patients suffering from poisoning or overdose, in order to quickly remove drugs from the bloodstream. Its most prevalent application, however, is for patients with temporary or permanent kidney failure

How many kidney stone patients will require surgery?

Ten percent of kidney stone cases require surgery.

How is chronic kidney failure treated?

Patients who develop chronic kidney failure must either go on dialysis treatment or receive a kidney transplant to survive.