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Watch this video of Paras Hospital Gurgaon in which Dr. Kuldeep Arora, Sr. Consultant – Interventional Cardiology, Paras Hospitals Gurgaon on the occasion of World Hypertension Day is talking about High Blood Pressure. Dr. Kuldeep says that Hypertension can affect multiple organs of the body and also lead to organ failures, heart disease and stroke.
5 Jul 2017
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1 Jul 2017
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You are more likely to develop kidney disease if you have diabetes high blood pressure heart disease a family history of kidney failure What can I do to keep my kidneys healthy? You can protect your kidneys by preventing or managing health conditions that cause kidney damage, such as diabetes and high blood pressure. The steps described below may help keep your whole body healthy, including your kidneys. During your next medical visit, you may want to ask your health care provider about your kidney health. Early kidney disease may not have any symptoms, so getting tested may be the only way to know your kidneys are healthy. Your health care provider will help decide how often you should be tested. See a provider right away if you develop a urinary tract infection (UTI), which can cause kidney damage if left untreated. Make healthy food choices Choose foods that are healthy for your heart and your entire body: fresh fruits, fresh or frozen vegetables, whole grains, and low-fat or fat-free dairy products. Eat healthy meals, and cut back on salt and added sugars. Aim for less than 2,300 milligrams of sodium each day. Try to have less than 10 percent of your daily calories come from added sugars. Tips for making healthy food choices Cook with a mix of spices instead of salt. Choose veggie toppings such as spinach, broccoli, and peppers for your pizza. Try baking or broiling meat, chicken, and fish instead of frying. Serve foods without gravy or added fats. Try to choose foods with little or no added sugar.
23 Jun 2017
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At Hammond Family Care We provide top class primary care treatment for patients with common problems such as arthritis, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, depression and anxiety. We assure of our best Primary care services from our well trained professionals. Our Doctors provide the best medical care for your family.
25 Jun 2017
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With chronic kidney disease, the kidneys don’t usually fail all at once. Instead, kidney disease often progresses slowly over a period of years. This is good news because if CKD is caught early, medicines and lifestyle changes may help slow its progress and keep you feeling your best for as long as possible. Five stages of chronic kidney disease To help improve the quality of care for people with kidney disease, the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) created a guideline to help doctors identify each level of kidney disease. The NKF divided kidney disease into five stages. When the doctor knows what stage of kidney disease a person has they can provide the best care, as each stage calls for different tests and treatments. If you have stage 4 kidney disease, it is important for you to: Learn what you can do to keep kidney disease from getting worse - and do it! Do your part to manage the complications of kidney disease Heart and blood vessel problems Anemia (low red blood cell count) Bone problems High blood pressure
26 Jun 2017
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Lead is a cumulative toxicant that affects multiple body systems and is particularly harmful to young children. Lead in the body is distributed to the brain, liver, kidney and bones. It is stored in the teeth and bones, where it accumulates over time. Human exposure is usually assessed through the measurement of lead in blood. Lead in bone is released into blood during pregnancy and becomes a source of exposure to the developing fetus. There is no known level of lead exposure that is considered safe. Lead poisoning is entirely preventable. Lead is a naturally occurring toxic metal found in the Earth’s crust. Its widespread use has resulted in extensive environmental contamination, human exposure and significant public health problems in many parts of the world. Important sources of environmental contamination include mining, smelting, manufacturing and recycling activities, and, in some countries, the continued use of leaded paint, leaded gasoline, and leaded aviation fuel. More than three quarters of global lead consumption is for the manufacture of lead-acid batteries for motor vehicles. Lead is, however, also used in many other products, for example pigments, paints, solder, stained glass, lead crystal glassware, ammunition, ceramic glazes, jewellery, toys and in some cosmetics and traditional medicines. Drinking water delivered through lead pipes or pipes joined with lead solder may contain lead. Much of the lead in global commerce is now obtained from recycling. Young children are particularly vulnerable to the toxic effects of lead and can suffer profound and permanent adverse health effects, particularly affecting the development of the brain and nervous system. Lead also causes long-term harm in adults, including increased risk of high blood pressure and kidney damage. Exposure of pregnant women to high levels of lead can cause miscarriage, stillbirth, premature birth and low birth weight, as well as minor malformations.
26 Jun 2017
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27 Jun 2017
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28 Jun 2017
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28 Jun 2017
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Kidney disease often goes undetected in the general population, but children and adolescents are at an even greater risk due to the nature of the causes of the diseases and the ambiguity of the symptoms. In adults, 90% of cases are related to glomerular based renal disease caused by diabetes, hypertension and glomerulonephritis, which cues physicians to suspect kidney disease. In children, 70% of CKD is associated with tubulointerstitial disease and lack the obvious symptoms such as hematuria (red blood cells in the urine), hypertension (high blood pressure) or edema (swelling). (1) Adding to this difficulty, children might not be aware of some of the changes that are impacting their body and will not always let their parents know of potential issues. Common symptoms for children are: Swelling (even mild) of the hands and feet and/or puffiness around the eyes caused by excess fluid build-up, to the point where the child’s ability to move around normally is compromised After initial swelling, socks or a belt can leave an indentation in the skin that will persist Lack of or decrease in appetite. In children with ESRD it is especially important to keep their appetite up because transplant eligibility is based partially on growth.
28 Jun 2017
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Watch this video of Paras Hospital in which Dr. Jyoti Prakash Karn, Consultant – Intervention Cardiology, Paras Global Hospital Darbhanga is talking about rising cases of Hypertension. Dr Jyoti says that Hypertension is defined as blood pressure above 140/90 and is considered severe if the pressure is above 180/120.
6 Jul 2017
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The goal of treatment for chronic kidney disease is to prevent or slow further damage to your kidneys. Another condition such as diabetes or high blood pressure usually causes kidney disease, so it is important to identify and manage the condition that is causing your kidney disease. It is also important to prevent diseases and avoid situations that can cause kidney damage or make it worse. Treatment to control kidney disease Control the disease that's causing the kidney damage One of the most important parts of treatment is to control the disease that is causing kidney damage. You and your doctor will create a plan to aggressively treat and manage your condition to help slow any more damage to your kidneys. If you have diabetes, it is important to control your blood sugar levels with diet, exercise, and medicines. A persistently high blood sugar level can damage the blood vessels in the kidneys. For more information about kidney disease caused by diabetes, see the topic Diabetic Nephropathy. If you have high blood pressure, it is also important to keep your blood pressure in your target range, for example less than 130/80. To learn ways to help control your blood pressure, see the topic High Blood Pressure. If other conditions or diseases are causing kidney damage, such as a blockage (obstruction) in the urinary tract or long-term use of medicines that can damage the kidneys, you and your doctor will work out a treatment plan.
8 Jul 2017
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At Hammond Family Care We provide top class primary care treatment for patients with common problems such as arthritis, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, depression and anxiety. We assure of our best Primary care services from our well trained professionals. Our Doctors provide the best medical care for your family.
11 Jul 2017
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At Hammond Family Care We provide top class primary care treatment for patients with common problems such as arthritis, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, depression and anxiety. We assure of our best Primary care services from our well trained professionals. Our Doctors provide the best medical care for your family.
11 Jul 2017
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At Hammond Family Care We provide top class primary care treatment for patients with common problems such as arthritis, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, depression and anxiety. We assure of our best Primary care services from our well trained professionals. Our Doctors provide the best medical care for your family.
11 Jul 2017
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You may need to change what you eat to manage your chronic kidney disease (CKD). Work with a registered dietitian to develop a meal plan that includes foods that you enjoy eating while maintaining your kidney health. The steps below will help you eat right as you manage your kidney disease. The first three steps (1-3) are important for all people with kidney disease. The last two steps (4-5) may become important as your kidney function goes down. The first steps to eating right Step 1: Choose and prepare foods with less salt and sodium Why? To help control your blood pressure. Your diet should contain less than 2,300 milligrams of sodium each day. Buy fresh food often. Sodium (a part of salt) is added to many prepared or packaged foods you buy at the supermarket or at restaurants. Cook foods from scratch instead of eating prepared foods, “fast” foods, frozen dinners, and canned foods that are higher in sodium. When you prepare your own food, you control what goes into it. Use spices, herbs, and sodium-free seasonings in place of salt.
13 Jul 2017
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