If you are looking for an overview of the disease and possible treatments, then this congenital nephrotic syndrome (CNS) PowerPoint presentation can help you. This presentation will explain the symptoms and treatment of CNS, as well as what to expect during a kidney transplant. The following is a synopsis of some of the most common treatments for the disorder. Several treatments may be necessary.
Generally, treatments for this disorder are aimed at controlling the loss of urinary protein, ensuring proper nutrition and preventing complications. Although kidney transplantation is the mainstay of treatment for CNPS, there are a few factors that can influence graft survival. One of these is adequate growth, as the body must have enough space to accommodate the graft. In addition, close monitoring during the early post-transplant period is vital to long-term graft survival.
The condition is caused by an altered glomerular basement membrane. It is characterized by disproportionate proteinuria, generalized edema, and hypoalbuminemia. A low level of albumin can result in oliguria, hyperlipemia, and elevated serum lipid levels. Patients with this disorder should not consume excessive amounts of food or drink as it can cause symptoms of nephrotic syndrome.
The severity of nephrotic complications can lead to permanent handicaps, including cardiac hypertrophy and hemodynamic changes. The good news is that these complications are usually corrected after a nephrectomy. Nephrotic placenta is not associated with a permanent heart defect. So, if you are looking for a comprehensive congenital nephrotic syndrome PowerPoint presentation, you have come to the right place!