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  • 1. MAPLE SYRUP URINE DISEASE BY:Madison Beck
  • 2. OVER VIEW
  • 3. OVER VIEW Maple syrup urine disease (MSUD) is a matabolism disorder passed down through families in which the body can not break down certain parts of proteins.
  • 4. SYMPTOMS OF MSUD
  • 5. SYMPTOMS OF MSUD Avoiding food
  • 6. SYMPTOMS OF MSUD Avoiding food Coma
  • 7. SYMPTOMS OF MSUD Avoiding food Coma Feeding difficulties
  • 8. SYMPTOMS OF MSUD Avoiding food Coma Feeding difficulties Lethargy
  • 9. SYMPTOMS OF MSUD Avoiding food Coma Feeding difficulties Lethargy Seizures
  • 10. SYMPTOMS OF MSUD Avoiding food Coma Feeding difficulties Lethargy Seizures Urine that smells like maple syrup
  • 11. SYMPTOMS OF MSUD Avoiding food Coma Feeding difficulties Lethargy Seizures Urine that smells like maple syrup Vomiting
  • 12. TREATMENT
  • 13. TREATMENT Some of the treatments that they do for MSUD are:
  • 14. TREATMENT Some of the treatments that they do for MSUD are: eating a protein free diet
  • 15. TREATMENT Some of the treatments that they do for MSUD are: eating a protein free diet fluids, sugars, and possibly fats are all given through an IV
  • 16. TREATMENT Some of the treatments that they do for MSUD are: eating a protein free diet fluids, sugars, and possibly fats are all given through an IV These treatments are used for reducing the leavel of amino acids.
  • 17. TREATMENT CONTINUED
  • 18. TREATMENT CONTINUED long term treatment requires a specael diet that includes man-made infant formula with low leavles of amino acids Leucine, Isoleucine, and Valine.
  • 19. TREATMENT CONTINUED long term treatment requires a specael diet that includes man-made infant formula with low leavles of amino acids Leucine, Isoleucine, and Valine. It is very important to follow the diet plan because if you don’t it may cause Nervise system damage.
  • 20. CAUSES
  • 21. CAUSES MUSD is caused by a gene defect.
  • 22. CAUSES MUSD is caused by a gene defect. The most sevear form of MSUD can damage the brain during times of physical stress (such as infection, feaver, or not eating for a long time)
  • 23. TESTS AND DIAGNOSIS
  • 24. TESTS AND DIAGNOSIS Plasma amino acid test.
  • 25. TESTS AND DIAGNOSIS Plasma amino acid test. urine amino acid tests.( they will be looking for ketosis and excess acid in the blood)
  • 26. PROGNOSIS
  • 27. PROGNOSIS The disease can be life threatening if untreated.
  • 28. PROGNOSIS The disease can be life threatening if untreated. even with dietary treatment you still have a chance not to survive.
  • 29. PREVENTION
  • 30. PREVENTION Genetic counseling is suggested for people who have children who have a family history of MSUD.
  • 31. PREVENTION Genetic counseling is suggested for people who have children who have a family history of MSUD. If your babies screening test shows MSUD then do a follow-up blood test to test the levels of amino acid in the blood.
  • 32. COMPLICATIONS
  • 33. COMPLICATIONS Some complications of MSUD are:
  • 34. COMPLICATIONS Some complications of MSUD are: Coma
  • 35. COMPLICATIONS Some complications of MSUD are: Coma Death
  • 36. COMPLICATIONS Some complications of MSUD are: Coma Death Neurological damage
  • 37. WHEN DO YOU CONTACT THE DOCTOR?
  • 38. WHEN DO YOU CONTACT THE DOCTOR? you contact the doctor if your family has a history of MUSD and are planing to start a family
  • 39. WHEN DO YOU CONTACT THE DOCTOR? you contact the doctor if your family has a history of MUSD and are planing to start a family If your new born has signs of MSUD
  • 40. FACTS ABOUT MSUD
  • 41. FACTS ABOUT MSUD MSUD got its name from the sweet oder that comes from the urine
  • 42. FACTS ABOUT MSUD MSUD got its name from the sweet oder that comes from the urine MSUD affects around 1 in 185,000 infants world wide.