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2. Additional symptoms most often indicative of the complications listed below
COMPLICATIONS & TREATMENT STRATEGIES:
1. Cardiovascular (i.e. HTN, CHF, CAD)
a. Meet ADA, JNC, and ATPIII guidelines for glucose, blood pressure,
and lipid control
i. Studies show that HTN and DM are major risk factors for the
development of CKD. It is additionally shown that patients
with CKD are at higher risk for worsening HTN, glucose
control, and hyperlipidemia, following a vicious cycle
b. Manage hematological complications of CKD (anemia)
i. Studies have shown that chronic anemia may cause left
ventricular hypertrophy and subsequent HF
2. Dermatological (i.e. pruritis, easily bruising, peeling skin or chafing)
3. Endocrine (i.e. hyperparathyroidism, infertility, sexual dysfunction)
a. Control phosphate and prevent compensatory increase...
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This document was uploaded on 03/14/2014 for the course PHMD 6440 at Northeastern.
- Fall '13