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    Getah Arab ini hanya terdapat di Sudan. Tidak hairanlah kenapa negara Sudan menjadi rebutan sesetengah pihak.

    Getah Arab (Gum Arabic) sejenis prebiotik asli yang hanya terdapat di Sudan mempunyai potensi dalam industri perubatan, makanan dan solek antarabangsa akan dapat menguatkan kedudukan Malaysia sebagai sebuah hab halal dengan adanya penyelidikan rapi mengenainya yang dipelopori UKM.

    Ramli, 41 tahun, adalah juga bukti khasiat getah ini kerana beliau dahulu terpaksa menjalani rawatan dilasis tiga kali seminggu kerana buah pinggangnya sudah tidak berfungsi. Berkat penggunaan getah itu selama tujuh bulan buah pinggangnya sudah puleh dan beliau sejak 10 bulan kebelakangan ini tidak lagi perlu menjalani rawatan itu.

    Prebiotik adalah sejenis makanan untuk bakteria semula jadi yang terdapat dalam perut yang menentukan pengkhadaman makanan dapat berfungsi dengan baik. Bahan ini kini terdapat dalam makanan seperti berteh, beberapa jenis roti dan juga kapsul kebanyakannya di impot dari Barat.

    Kelebihan getah Arab dari Sudan ini ialah lebih 90 peratus daripadanya adalah jenis terbaik dan diperolehi secara semula jadi dari dua jenis pohon acasia yang hanya boleh di tanam di Sudan. Usaha menanamnya di negara jiran Sudan seperti Chad dan juga di Amerika telah gagal.

    Penyelidikan Terhadap Khasiat Getah Arab di UKM
    Rabu, 29 Jun 2011
    http://www.ukm.my/news/index.php/ms/berita-kampus/758-ukms-research-into-gum-arabic-set-to-create-international-demand-for-it-.html




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  • 1. Chronic Kidney Disease LCDR Perry, MSC, US Navy
  • 2.  
  • 3. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Topics
      • Background
      • Causes
      • Clinical findings
      • Labs and imaging
      • Complications
      • Treatment
      • Prognosis
  • 4. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Essentials of diagnosis
      • Progressive azotemia over months to years
      • Symptoms and signs of uremia when nearing end-stage dz
      • HTN in majority
      • Isosthenuria and broad casts in urinary sediment are common
      • Bilateral small kidneys on US
  • 5. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • National Kidney Foundation (NKF) defines CKD as evidence of renal damage (based on abnormal UA [proteinuria, hematuria] or structural abnormalities found with US) or GFR < 60 mL/min for 3 or more months
  • 6. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Five stages of CKD
  • 7. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Over 28 million affected…number increasing daily
    • Over 400,000 Americans currently treated with renal replacement therapy
    • Most common RF for CKD include DM, HTN, CVD, FHx of CKD, and age > 60 yrs
    • Major outcomes of CKD include CVD, progression to renal failure, and development of complications of impaired renal function, such as anemia, d/o of mineral metabolism, and secondary hyperparathyroidism
  • 8. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • In CKD, reduced clearance of certain solutes principally excreted by the kidney results in their retention in the body fluids. The solutes are end products of the metabolism of substances of exogenous origin (eg, food) or endogenous origin (eg, catabolism of tissue)
  • 9. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • CKD is rarely reversible and leads to progressive decline in renal function. Reduction in renal mass leads to hypertrophy of the remaining nephrons with hyperfiltration, and the glomerular filtration rate in these nephrons is transiently at supranormal levels. These adaptations place a burden on remaining nephrons, leading to progressive glomerular sclerosis and interstitial fibrosis, suggesting that hyperfiltration may worsen renal function
  • 10. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Symptoms develop slowly and are nonspecific
    • Pts may remain asymptomatic until renal failure is far-advanced (GFR < 10-15 ml/min)
    • Manifestations can include fatigue, malaise, weakness, pruritis
    • GI c/o anorexia, n/v, metallic taste and hiccups are common
  • 11. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Neurologic problems include irritability, difficulty concentrating, insomnia, and forgetfulness
    • Menstrual irregularities, infertility,
    • and loss of libido are also
    • common as condition
    • progresses
  • 12. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • PE reveals a chronically ill-appearing pt
    • Look for possible underlying cause (DM, lupus)
    • HTN is common
    • Skin may be yellow, with evidence of easy bruising
    • Uremic fetor (fishy breath) may be present
    • Cardiopulmonary and mental status changes are frequently noted also. See CMDT
  • 13. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Labs
      • Dx made by documenting elevations of BUN and serum creatinine concentrations
      • GFR…once < 60, refer to Nephrologist
      • Persistent proteinuria is suggestive of CKD, regardless of GFR level
      • UA: broad, waxy casts (evidence of loss of tubular concentrating ability)
  • 14. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Labs (cont)
      • May see anemia, metabolic acidosis, hyperphosphatemia, hypocalcemia, and hyperkalemia…with both acute and chronic renal failure
      • Further eval needed to differentiate between acute and chronic renal failure
        • Evidence of previously elevated BUN and creatinine, abnormal prior UA, and stable but abnormal serum creatinine on successive days is most consistent with a chronic process
  • 15. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Imaging
      • Finding of small echogenic
      • kidneys b/l (<10 cm) by US
      • supports dx of CKD/irrev. dz
      • Radiological evidence of renal
      • osteodystrophy is another helpful
      • finding
        • Check phalanges of hands
  • 16. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Complications (of uremia)
      • Hyperkalemia
      • Acid-base d/o
      • Cardiovascular
      • Hematologic
      • Neurologic
      • Disorders of mineral metabolism
      • Endocrine d/o
  • 17. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Hyperkalemia
      • Potassium balance usually remains intact until GFR < 10-20 mL/min
      • Tx of acute hyperkalemia involves cardiac monitoring, IV calcium chloride or gluconate, insulin with glucose, bicarbonate, and sodium polystyrene sulfonate
      • Chronic hyperkalemia tx’d with dietary potassium restriction, and sodium polystyrene PRN
  • 18. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Acid-base d/o
      • Damaged kidneys are unable to excrete the 1 mEq/kg/d of acid generated by metabolism of dietary proteins. The resultant metabolic acidosis is primarily due to loss of renal mass
      • Tx
        • Maintain serum bicarb level at > 21 mEq/L
          • Alkali supplements include sodium bicarbonate, calcium bicarbonate, and sodium citrate
  • 19. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Cardiovascular complications (HTN)
      • HTN is most common complication of ESRD
      • HTN control with weight loss and tobacco cessation
      • Salt intake reduced to 2g/day
      • Initial RX to include ACE inhibitor or angiotensin II receptor blocker (ARB)
        • If serum potassium and GFR permit (recheck 1 wk)
      • Goal BP is <130/80 mm Hg; for those with proteinuria > 1-2 g/d, goal is < 125/75 mm Hg
  • 20. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Cardiovascular complications (pericarditis)
      • Pericarditis may develop with uremia
      • Cause believed to be retention of metabolic toxins
      • Symptoms include CP and fever. May have pulsus paradoxus and friction rub on exam
      • Pericarditis is an absolute indication for initiation of hemodialysis
  • 21. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Cardiovascular complications (CHF)
      • Pts with ESRD tend toward a high cardiac output. Often have extracellular fluid overload, shunting of blood through AV fistula for dialysis, and anemia. In addition to HTN, this causes increased myocardial work and oxygen demand. There is also increased rate of atherosclerosis. All of this contributes to LVH and dilation, present in 75% of pts starting dialysis. Tx with loop diuretics, ACE inhibitors, and regulation of salt and water
  • 22. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Hematologic complications
      • Anemia
        • Normochromic, normocytic
        • Due to decreased erythropoiesis and RBC survival
        • Many pts are also iron deficient
        • Recombinant erythropoietin (epoetin alfa) used in pts whose hematocrits are < 33%
        • Iron supplement PRN also
  • 23. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Hematologic complications
      • Coagulopathy
        • Mainly caused by platelet dysfunction
        • Platelet counts only mildly decreased, but bleeding time is prolonged
        • Platelets show abnormal adhesiveness and aggregation
        • Pts may present with petechiae, purpura, and increased bleeding during surgery
        • Dialysis improves bleeding time but doesn’t normalize it
        • Tx goal = Hct increased to 30%
  • 24. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Neurologic complications
      • Uremic encephalopathy does not occur until GFR falls below 10-15 mL/min
      • Symptoms begin with diff. concentrating and can progress to lethargy, confusion, and coma
      • Neuropathy found in 65% of pts on or nearing dialysis but not until GFR is 10% of normal
      • Earlier initiation of dialysis may prevent peripheral neuropathies
  • 25. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Disorders of mineral metabolism
      • D/o of calcium, phosphorus, and bone are referred to as renal osteodystrophy
      • Most common d/o is osteitis fibrosa cystica – the bony changes of secondary hyperparathyroidism…affecting 50% of pts nearing ESRD
      • Radiographically, lesions most prominent in phalanges and lateral ends of clavicles
  • 26. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Disorders of mineral metabolism
      • May also have osteomalacia or adynamic bone dz
      • All of the above may cause bony pain, proximal muscle weakness, and spontaneous bone fractures
      • Tx may consist of dietary phosphorus restriction, oral phosphorus-binding agents such as calcium carbonate or Renogel, and vitamin D
      • Hyperparathyroidism tx’d with calcitriol or Sensipar
  • 27. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Endocrine d/o
      • Circulating insulin levels are higher because of decreased renal insulin clearance
      • Glucose intolerance can occur in chronic renal failure when GFR is < 10-20 mL/min. This is mainly due to peripheral insulin resistance
      • Decreased libido and impotence are common. Men have decreased testosterone; women are often anovulatory
  • 28. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Tx
      • ACE/ARB to slow progression of proteinuria and CVD
      • Maintain excellent diabetes control…keep HgA1C < 7
    • Tx (Consults): early nephrology, vascular, general surgery
    • Tx (Dietary)
      • Every pt should be eval by renal nutritionist
      • Protein restriction
        • In general, protein intake should not exceed 1 g/kg/d
      • Salt and water restriction
        • For the nondialysis pt approaching ESRD, 2 g/d of sodium is an initial recommendation
  • 29. Chronic Kidney Disease
      • Potassium restriction
        • Once GFR has fallen below 10-20 mL/min, potassium intake should be limited to < 60-70 mEq/d
      • Phosphorus restriction
        • Phosphorus level should be < 4.6 mg/dL
        • Phosphorus binders required if GFR < 20-30 mL/min
      • Magnesium restriction
        • No magnesium-containing laxatives or antacids
  • 30. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Treatment (Dialysis)
      • When conservative management of ESRD is inadequate, hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis, and kidney transplantation are alternatives
      • Dialysis should be started when pt has GFR of 10 mL/min or serum creatinine of 8 mg/dL
      • Diabetics should start when GFR reaches 15 mL/min or serum creatinine is 6 mg/dL
  • 31. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Treatment (Dialysis)
      • Other absolute indications for dialysis include
        • Uremic symptoms such as pericarditis, encephalopathy, or coagulopathy
        • Fluid overload unresponsive to diuresis
        • Refractory hyperkalemia…>7
        • Severe metabolic acidosis (pH < 7.20)
        • Neurologic symptoms such as seizures or neuropathy
  • 32. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Hemodialysis (choice for 90% of pts)
      • Vascular access accomplished by an a/v fistula (preferred) or prosthetic graft
      • Infection, thrombosis, and aneurysm formation are complications seen more often in grafts than fistulas. Staphylococcus aureus is most common infecting agent
      • Pts typically require hemodialysis 3x/wk…sessions last 3-5 hrs each
      • Home dialysis also now available
      • Ensure pt getting regular labs to include PTH and ALK PHOS
  • 33. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Hemodialysis
  • 34. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Peritoneal dialysis
      • The peritoneal membrane is the “dialyzer”
      • Most common type is continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD)
        • Pts exchange dialysate 4-6 times/day
      • Continuous cyclic peritoneal dialysis (CCPD) utilizes a cycler machine to automatically perform exchanges at night
      • Most common complication = peritonitis
        • Most common pathogen = S aureus
  • 35. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Peritoneal dialysis
  • 36. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Total costs of both types of dialysis are about the same ($35,000 - $60,000/yr)
    • Pts undergoing dialysis have an average life expectancy of 3-4 yrs
    • Studies are conflicting regarding the survival advantage assoc. with either peritoneal dialysis or hemodialysis
  • 37. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Kidney transplantation
      • 1st - Dr Hamburger in 1952
      • Up to 50% of all pts with ESRD are suitable for transplant. Age becoming less of a barrier
      • In general, not placed on list until GFR <15
      • Living donor is best option
      • Two-thirds of kidney transplants come from deceased donors
      • Average wait for cadaveric transplant is 2-4 yrs; becoming longer as more pts go on the list while donor pool does not expand
      • One yr survival rate is approx. 98%
  • 38. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • CKD prognosis
      • Mortality higher for pts on dialysis than for age-matched controls
      • Expected remaining lifetime for the age group 55-64 is 22 yrs, whereas that of ESRD population is 5 yrs
      • Most common cause of death is cardiac dysfunction
      • For those who require dialysis to sustain life, but decide against it, death ensues within days to wks
  • 39. Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Overall…medical care of CKD focuses on delaying or halting progression of CKD
      • Tx underlying cause(s)
      • Tx HTN and Diabetes
      • Avoid nephrotoxins
      • Tx complications
    • Lastly…watch out for meds that are renally excreted. You will need to adjust dose in pts with renal failure
  • 40. Review
    • Background
    • Causes
    • Clinical findings
    • Labs and imaging
    • Complications
    • Treatment
    • Prognosis
  • 41. Questions?