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There is some evidence to support this, as persons with CKD have been reported to have higher serum concentrations of C-reactive protein in some studies 61 , 62 —although the mechanisms for this association are unclear. Decreased clearance and comorbid cardiovascular disease are potential explanations.
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The existing evidence supports the conclusion that CKD is a model of accelerated aging, manifested by higher risks for poor physical function, frailty, and cognitive decline. A better understanding of these associations may lead to the identification of novel pathways to prevent the development of disability and dementia in older adults.
Because physical and cognitive functions are important determinants of health-related quality of life and longevity, clinicians caring for older adults with CKD should incorporate preservation of functional status as an important component of routine care. Simplification of medication regimens, support from ancillary health care workers, emphasis on maintaining physical activity, and other principles of geriatric management are particularly applicable to older adults with CKD.
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Kirsten L. Manjula Kurella Tamura. Cite Citation. Permissions Icon Permissions. Abstract Evidence has recently been building that the presence of chronic kidney disease CKD is an independent contributor to decline in physical and cognitive functions in older adults. Chronic kidney disease , Frailty , Physical function , Cognitive function. Table 1. Open in new tab. Open in new tab Download slide.
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Albuminuria, cognitive functioning, and white matter hyperintensities in homebound elders. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The ABC of Kidney Disease is a brand new title in the successful ABC series which explains this complicated area thoroughly and clearly, in a practical and user-friendly manner. Providing information on a wide variety of renal diseases, this book ensures non-renal healthcare workers are able to screen, identify, treat and refer renal patients appropriately.
Covering signs, The ABC of Kidney Disease is a brand new title in the successful ABC series which explains this complicated area thoroughly and clearly, in a practical and user-friendly manner. Covering signs, symptoms, treatments and causes of renal disease, this title includes the common issues presenting to GPs, what tests to use, how to interpret results and when to refer a patient to a kidney specialist. Get A Copy.
Paperback , 96 pages. More Details Original Title. The ABC of Kidney Disease is a brand new title in the successful ABC series which explains this complicated area thoroughly and clearly, in a practical and user-friendly manner. Providing information on a wide variety of renal diseases, this book ensures non-renal healthcare workers are able to screen, identify, treat and refer renal patients appropriately.
Table of contents Contributors. Features Brand new text looking at kidney disease in a practical, user-friendly manner Part of the successful ABC series Timely publication as kidney disease is on the increase, possibly due to the rise in incidence of diabetes Demystifies renal medicine for the GP and generalist with clear guidelines and advice on screening, management and appropriate referral.