The primary course of high triglycerides includes familial hyper cholesterolemia and secondary effecter can arise due to carbohydrate, alcohol and diabetes induced high triglycerides, obesity, chronic renal failure nephritic
syndrome, excessive stress etc (9).
Archaeomineralogy of Taiwan nephrite: sourcing study of nephritic
artifacts from the Philippines.
He reported that 93% of 600 cases of heart disease were of either rheumatic, atherosclerotic, syphilitic, or nephritic
And here they are, hyped up, turning bilious, nephritic
, queer, autistic, sadistic, barren, batty, sloppy, hot-in-the-pants, chancred-on-the-flankers, leering, puling, numb .
In the group of patients treated with EPE300 mg, the reported adverse reactions were six (23%): somnolence of slight intensity (2), epigastric pain of severe intensity (1), vertigo (1) and urinary retention (1) with a doubtful relationship to the medication since the patient had a history of nephritic
colic, and slight anorexia (1).
In a study of underlying cause of death (UCD) coding errors in Taiwan, Lu, Lee and Chou (2000) found that the degree of ICD-9 miscoding depended upon the UCD; for example there was good agreement for malignant neoplasms, and injuries and poisoning, while for nephritic
and hypertension-related diseases and cerebral infarction there was greater discrepancy between the reviewers and the original coders.
The use of urinary enzymes measurement to detect renal damage caused by nephritic
Highlighting successful application or proteomics two kidney diseases, they describe treatments of acute kidney injury, nephritic
syndrome, diabetic nephropathy, renal allograft rejection, renal cell carcinoma, obstructive nephropathy, kidney stone disease and uremia.
malariae has been implicated causing renal damage and nephritic
The following are areas of specific focus: anatomy and physiology of the kidney, acute and chronic renal failure, conservative management, surgical intervention, hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis, transplantation, palliative care, patient teaching, communication skills, psychological assessment including cultural background, professionalism, occupational hazards, major disease entities (glomerulonephritits, diabetes, polycystic kidney disease, hemolytic uremic syndrome, nephritic
Heart disease (652,486), cancer (553,888), stroke (150,074), chronic lower respiratory tract diseases (121,987), unintentional injuries (112,012), diabetes (73,138), Alzheimer's disease (65,965), influenza/pneumonia (59,664), renal disease (nephritis, nephritic
syndrome, and nephrosis, 42,480), septicemia (33,373), suicide (32,439), chronic liver disease and cirrhosis (27,013), primary hypertension and hypertensive renal disease (23,076), Parkinson's (17,989), and homicide (17,757) accounted for 83.
Abetimus sodium (riquent) for the prevention of nephritic
flares in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus.