Hypertension and nephrology - 2021;25(06)

Hypertension and nephrology

DECEMBER 20, 2021

[Risk of drug-drug interactions in hemodialyzed patien]

SZABÓ Alexandra, HARIS Ágnes

[Hemodialysis patients usually need large number of medications fór treatment of their multiple comorbidities. Because of the polypharmacy we have to count on several drug-drug interactions, which might necessitate modification of types and dosages of drugs, based on the patient's actual condition and current treatment. The use of anticoagulants causes everyday problems, because these drugs have high pharmacokinetics potency, and on the other hand their administration is indispensable. In our... tovább »

Hypertension and nephrology

DECEMBER 20, 2021

[Data on blood pressure over two years in resistant hypertensive patients with lett brain stem microvascular decompression]

FEJES Imola, VÖRÖS Erika, BARZÓ Pál, ÁBRAHÁM György, LÉGRÁDY Péter

[In the background of resistant hypertension (RHT) the neurovascular pulsatile compression (NVPC) of the left rostral ventrolateral medulla may play a role. In these cases a microvascular decompression (MVD) may decrease the blood pressure (BP). The aim of this work was to investigate how the BP has changed after the MVD in the operated patients recorded at the farthest time from the MVD up to maximum 31 December 2016. We have retrospectively collected data from 9 patients whose follow-up... tovább »

Hypertension and nephrology

DECEMBER 20, 2021

[Changes in systolic blood pressure in the Hungárián aduit population between 2010 and 2018 based on public health screening data]

KÉKES Ede, BARNA István, DAIKI Tenno, DANKOVICS Gergely

[Using our mobile public health screening system, we examined the changes in systolic blood pressure averages and systolic pressure distribution between 2010 and 2018 by analyzing the data of 72,857 women (mean age 42.3±13.9 years) and 61,563 mén (mean age 42.2±13.9 years) in three consecutive time periods. The SBP averages have been gradually and significantly decreased since 2010 in all age groups. The parametric and non-parametric characteristics of the systolic distribution curves alsó... tovább »

Hypertension and nephrology

DECEMBER 20, 2021

[Nonproteinuric diabetic kidney disease]

LENGYEL Zoltán, SCHANDL László

[Diabetic nephropathy is one of the most common causes of chronic kidney disease. In recent years, besides the classic phenotype with increased urinary albumin excretion, another phenotype showing Progressive kidney failure without albuminuria has been observed with increasing frequency. The histology, the pathophysiology and the course of non-proteinuric diabetic kidney disease differs from the classic phenotype in several respects. The former shows traits similar to atherosclerotic kidney... tovább »

Hypertension and nephrology

DECEMBER 20, 2021

[Extrapulmonary multiple organ damage and dysfunction in Covid-19]

KÉKES Ede, NAGY Judit

[SARS-CoV-2 virus attacks nőt only the lungs bút alsó many other or- gans (heart, kidney, liver, pancreas, gastrointestinal tract, brain, hematopoiesis) and regulatory system (RAAS, immuné system) to different degrees and with dif- ferent pathomechanisms. Accordingly, cell death, tissue damage and dysfunction or failure of somé organs has been developed. Our paper provides a detailed analysis of the incidence of extrapulmonary lesions, clinical manifestations, and the underlying... tovább »