Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : microalbuminuria


Frequency of Diabetic Nephropathy in Diabetic Children and Adolescents at Children Hospital of Zagazig University

Shimaa Saad Mohammed Emam, Rabab Mohammed El -Behiedy,Aml Saeed Elshal, Mayy Abd-AlFatah Mohammed

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 2850-2861

Background:Diabetic kidney disease (DKD) is defined as kidney disease attributed
to diabetes. Diabetic nephropathy (DN) is a common micro vascular complication
of diabetes .DN develops in 15-20% of subjects with T1DM and in similar or higher
percentage of T2DM patients, causing increased morbidity and premature
mortality. American Diabetes Association (ADA) recommends screening for
nephropathy 5 years after diagnosis for type 1 diabetes and at diagnosis for type 2
diabetes.Aim: To estimate the occurrence of diabetic nephropathy in children and
adolescent diagnosed with diabetes Method: A case control study was carried on
one hundred and fifty of children went to pediatrics clinics of zagazig university
hospital. They were classified in to 75 diabetic children who were type 1DM for
more than 4 years and their age less than 18 years old and 75 non diabetic children
of the same gender and age. Both groups under go full history, clinical and
laboratory investigations during the period from December 2018 to November 2019.
Result: frequency of persistent microalbuminuria and hypertension among diabetic
patients were 293 per 1000 and 160 per 1000patient respectively.Conclusion: Type1
diabetic children and adolescent are liable for the occurrence of early diabetic
nephropathy so intensive diabetes therapy is needed, regular screening for MA and
measurement and interpretation of BP and GFR

Impact Of Chronic Heart Failure On Comorbidities In Hot Climates On The Quality Of Life And Clinical Condition Of Patients

Tosheva Kh.; Xalilova F.; Gadaev A; Erkinova N.; Djuraeva N.

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 1080-1089

It is well known that one of the leading causes of death among the population is cardiovascular disease, and they are often complicated by CHF.
In European countries, the prevalence of CHF is 2.1%, with 90% of women over the age of 70 and 75% of men. In the United States, these numbers range from 1–1.5% and occur in 10% of the population over the age of 60.
According to a number of leading researchers around the world, the inclusion of concomitant diseases in CHF not only worsens its overall outcome, increases the number and duration of hospital treatments , but in some cases is also the leading cause of death. Some authors compare the dynamics of deaths observed in CHF with deaths due to oncological diseases.

Characteristics Of Exchange Of Essential Microelements Of Copper And Zinc In Healthy Fertilized Women And Women With Combined Copper And Zinc Deficiency State

Sohibova Ziyoda Rakhmonovna; Akhmedova Nilufar Sharipovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 3332-3335

The study of various aspects of the problem of common hypomicroelementosis caused by a deficiency of essential trace elements copper and zinc, in particular among women of fertile age, in the population is extremely relevant and important, taking into account the social significance and importance of this population for society , because of what the condition will be health in a given population depends on the state of such important socially significant processes as the healthy development of future generations