Tag: diabetic nephropathy

Estimation of Fluoride and Sirtuin1 in Patients with Diabetic Nephropathy in Kolar District of Karnataka, India

Introduction: In Asian nations, the prevalence of type-2 diabetes mellitus (DM) and diabetic nephropathy is quickly increasing, impacting low- and middle-income people. Fluorosis is an epidemiological concern in the Kolar district, and the current study includes advanced glycation end products, carboxymethyl lysine (CML), and a protein of interest, Sirtuin1....
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Diabetic Nephropathy: Role of Toll-like Receptors and Notch Pathway

Diabetes mellitus and its complications are quickly becoming one of the world’s most serious health issues. Diabetic nephropathy is now the leading cause of kidney failure. Because the majority of diabetic patients have poor control of their raised blood glucose and are particularly susceptible to serious macrovascular and microvascular...
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Evaluating the Characteristics of Blood Pressure Variability in Subjects with Chronic Kidney Disease Stage III in Diabetic or Non-diabetic Patients

Goal: The aim of this study was to understand the relationship between the characteristics of circadian blood pressure rhythm (BP) and renal function in subjects with diabetic and non-diabetic stage III chronic kidney disease ( CKD). Materials and Methods: This study enrolled a total of 30 CKD-hypertensive diabetes-free patients...
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