Effect of dialysis membrane and patient ' s age on signs of dialysis - related amyloidosis . Kidney Int 1991 ... Amyloid arthropathy in patients undergoing
periodical haemodialysis for chronic renal failure : a new complication . Ann
Rheum Dis ...
This book is aimed at practising nephrologists and will help them successfully to diagnose, relieve, and possibly prevent dialysis-related amyloidosis.
Author: Charles Van Ypersele
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Dialysis amyloidosis is a syndrome observed in dialysis patients characterized initially by joint pain, followed later by joint destruction. At present, development of this syndrome is one of the few complications in these patients. The factors involved in the genesis of this syndrome are not yet known with certainty and there is as yet no proven efficacious treatment other than renal transplantation. As a result, the interest in this topic among nephrologists remains very high. This book respond to this interest by providing general information on the pathophysiology and clinical aspects of all types of amyloidosis. The recently discovered B2 type of dialysis amyloidosis, a serious complication which affects patients suffering from chronic renal failure,is fully covered from the clinical and pathological features to the physiological and pathophysiological aspects. This book will give nephrologists and rheumatologists a clear understanding of the dialysis amyloidosis syndrome as well as making a valuable contribution to identifying strategies for treatment and prevention. _
Since the radiologic findings are characteristic but not pathognomonic of dialysis
- associated amyloidosis , histologic confirmation is necessary . Osteoarticular
disorders in patients with dialysisassociated amyloidosis are different from those
Author: Allen R. Nissenson
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
A comprehensive reference covering all aspects of the clinical management of adult and child dialysis patients. This edition includes seven new chapters including one on EPO use in dialysis patients and one on the HIV positive patient.
in dialysis-related amyloidosis. Kidney Int 43 (Suppl 41): 106, 1993 1 30.
Calemard E, Charra B, Terrat JC, Vanei T, Chazot C, Laurent G, Pracros JP: Hip's
synovial thickness and late dialysis arthropathy. Nephrol Dial Transplant 5: 725,
Author: C. Jacobs
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
... About previous editions ... `The standard reference book for the artificial kidney world.' JAMA `The aim of the authors - to produce a standard text for nephrologists and those with an interest in today's treatment of renal failure - is fully achieved.' Urological Research `A superb book ... the detail and depth of discussions are unequalled in any current nephrology text.' Mayo Clinic Proceedings.
Nephron 51 : 6 - 12 Flöge J , Shaldon S , Koch KM 1989d Dialysis - related amyloidosis : consequence of retention of an ... Cohen AS , Schmid K 1985 A
new form of amyloid protein associated with chronic hemodialysis was identified
as B2 ...
What is dialysis amyloidosis ( DA ) ? Amyloid is a peculiar form of protein that
precipitates in various body tissues . There are many different kinds of amyloid ,
including amyloid composed of B2 - microglobulin that is unique to dialysis
Author: Judith Z. Kallenbach
Using a practical, straight-forward introduction to dialysis, this text is a must-have reference for health care workers caring for hemodialysis patients. Assuming no prior knowledge of patient care, nursing procedures, or dialysis principles, it takes an interdisciplinary approach to provide an overview of dialysis technology and the relationship of dialysis to nursing, nutrition, medicine, and psychosocial aspects of treatment. Each chapter is presented in a logical question-and-answer format that promotes critical thinking and engages the reader. Lifespan content, home dialysis considerations, and quick reference material enhance the text's comprehensive approach to care. Its up-to-date material and comprehensiveness also make it an excellent resource for dialysis technicians preparing for a certification examination. Features a question-and-answer format that streamlines the learning process and engages the reader. Offers comprehensive coverage including a review of fluids and electrolytes through transplantation, infection control and the important psychosocial aspects of dialysis treatment. Introduces new terms and concepts using simplified language style to assist the patient, novice health care worker, and technician with the learning process. Offers definitions of new terms and clear explanations of concepts along with the "how and why" of principles and effects to facilitate learning and foster critical thinking. Covers the lifespan with separate chapters on pediatric hemodialysis and end-stage renal disease in the elderly. Includes home dialysis therapies to provide instruction on this important aspect of care. Focuses on the roles of the multidisciplinary dialysis team, including the patient and the patient's family, to provide a comprehensive approach to dialysis and the related patient care. Provides an excellent resource for dialysis technicians preparing for a certification examination. Includes useful quick reference content - including nephrology organizations and resources, conversion table, and a glossary. Provides updated information to reflect current changes and technological advances in dialysis therapy. Features two new chapters that offer up-to-date and comprehensive coverage: Clinical Manifestations of ESRD and Laboratory Data - Analysis and Interpretation. Includes updated HCFA requirements and guidelines and DOQI guidelines to promote standards of nephrology care. Offers new and expanded pharmacologic information to provide readers with a current and complete resource.
The solution structure of human beta2microglobulin reveals the prodromes of its amyloid transition. Protein Sci. 2002;11:487–99. Borgatti PP, Lusenti T, Franco V
et al. Guyon's syndrome in a longterm haemodialysis patient. Nephrol Dial ...
Author: Walter H. Hörl
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
The leading Textbook on the subject. A completely rewritten and up-to-date fifth edition, based upon the highly respected fourth edition, edited by C. Jacobs, C.M. Kjellstrand, K.M. Koch and J.F. Winchester. This new edition is truly global in scope and features the contributions of the top experts from around the world.
It is possible that hemodialysis itself contributes to the increased synthesis of BM ,
adding to the retention of the amyloid precursor protein . However , in vivo
evidence for this increased synthesis induced by hemodialysis is not available .
Author: Allen R. Nissenson
Over 120 authorities discuss dialysis techniques, mechanical considerations, and complications related to various diseases for both pediatric and adult patients. Selected references and cross-referencing between chapters help find answers fast, and over 100 photos, drawings, charts, and tables, mostly in color, clarify complex topics.
Dialysis. amyloid: clinical. features. It is tragic to see a patient survive the rigours
of dialysis for many years only to succumb to a crippling arthritis due to [32m amyloidosis (BlmA) and the associated dialysis-related arthropathy. With the ...
Author: Jeremy Levy
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The Oxford Handbook of Dialysis provides a patient-centred and comprehensive guide to all aspects of dialysis, covering everything from patient preparation and details of both haemo- and peritoneal dialysis, to continuous haemofiltration techniques and complications of end stage kidney disease. In this new edition, all sections have been completely updated, with new chapters on transplantation and dialysis in Acute Kidney Injury, including references to the mostup-to-date clinical guidelines. This handbook continues to be the essential, compact resource for anyone managing patients with end stage renal failure.
Amyloid , carpal tunnel syndrome and chronic hemodialysis . Am J Nephrol 1985
; 5 : 225-226 . 43. Bardin T , Zingraff J , Shirahama T , et al .
Hemodialysisassociated amyloidosis and beta , -microglobulin . Clinical and
Author: K. A. Porter
Publisher: W.B. Saunders Company
This text is intended for trainee and professional pathologists, and considers the kidneys and urinary passages. It includes discussion of development and congenital malformations of the kidney, primary glomerulonephritis, the ureters, the bladder and the urethra.
Release on 2003 | by American Society for Bone and Mineral Research
Koch KM 1992 Dialysis - related amyloidosis . ... Zingraff J , Drüeke T 1991 Can
the nephrologist prevent dialysisrelated amyloidosis ? ... McMahon LP , Radford
J , Dawborn JK 1991 Shoulder ultrasound in dialysis - related amyloidosis .
Author: American Society for Bone and Mineral Research
Publisher: Amer Society for Bone & Mineral
This book presents the core knowledge of bone biology, mineral metabolism, action of hormones on bone and mineral metabolism, and the clinical disorders that involve these complex systems.
Polymerization of intact B2 - microglobulin in tissues causes amyloidosis in
patients on chronic hemodialysis . Proc Natl ... Eulitz M. B2 - microglobulin ,
different fragments and polymers thereof in synovial amyloid in long - term hemodialysis .
Artificial Kidney and Dialysis Serum alpha - 1 - antitrypsin in hemodialysis
patients with dialysis arthropathy D. DOCCI ' , R. ... Cesena ( FO ) - Italy
ABSTRACT : Dialysis arthropathy is the most prominent dialysis - related amyloidosis feature .
Massive proteinuria may require medical nephrectomy and dialysis ( 259 ) . amyloidosis has remitted [ 76 ] . ... Because of the known possibility of
redistribution of amyloid deposits from one organ to another ( 215 ) , one of the
major limitations ...
However, long-term prospective studies are needed to test this assertion, and to
see if patients on treatment with CAPD are at a lower risk of developing dialysis amyloid. It was of interest to note that there was a significant correlation between
Dialysis amyloidosis This is the accumulation of amyloid protein (p. 1147) as a
result of failure of clearance of [^-microglobulin, a molecule of 11.8 kDa. This
protein is the light chain of the class I HLA antigens and is normally freely filtered
Author: Parveen June Kumar
Publisher: Saunders Limited
Talks about internal medicine that is consulted by students and doctors throughout the world. The aim of this title is to explain the management of disease, based on an understanding of scientific principles, and including the developments in treatment. It is written for medical students and doctors preparing for specialist exams.