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Nov 14, 2019

International Diabetes Federation Congress 2019

Prevalence of chronic kidney disease among type 2 diabetes at Cambodia Korea Diabetes Center (Preah Kossamak Hospital)

chronic kidney disease

epidemiology

type 2 diabes mellitus

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chronic kidney disease

epidemiology

type 2 diabes mellitus

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Aim: (1) to assess the frequency of notice urine abnormality and GFR (Glomerular filtration) is the optimal way to measure in the chronic kidney function disease amongst type 2 diabetes; and (2) to prevent End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD). Methods: From April 2018 until March 2019, 222 patient (Male: 132; Female: 90) were study including lab test do on creatinine Clearance at Cambodia Korea Diabetes Center (Preah Kosomak Hospital). Patients are required to have (1) either abnormalities of kidney structure or function. (2) sign of kidney damage (one or more) with eGFR less than 60 ml/min/1.73m2. There may have minor inaccuracy of result due to lack of reliable data and proper equipment for assessment. Results: (1) 29% has CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease); (2) 71% has HTN (Hypertension). General root causes are diabetes, hypertension, family history with kidney disease, diabetes, or hypertension, A stage that can be detected by urine dipstick in Hospital testing, In fact, progressive stages of Chronic kidney disease, which overlap with one another, are recognized. 1. Early structural changes to kidneys which may develop after about two years. Again, a sub clinical stage that does not produce symptoms. 2. Micro albuminuria, Detected either by sensitive radioimmunoassay testing or by measuring albumin/creatinine (a metabolic compound) ratio, Does not produce symptoms but blood pressure is often raised. 3. Proteinuria. Detected by positive dipstick testing. This is the stage that is called clinical Chronic kidney disease. It is accompanied by high blood pressure and elevated levels of creatinine. 4. End stage renal failure. requiring continual, ongoing treatment. Conclusion: Abnormal urine analysis and abnormal blood pressure measurement were common findings amongst asymptomatic patients. Unlike findings in other countries, no association of family history of diabetes, hypertension or CKD or the risk of kidney disease or abnormal blood pressure. A comprehensive community screening program for hypertension and kidney diseases is urgently needed to prevent ESRD Discussion: How to prevent End Stage Renal Disease in Cambodia?

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