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My Renal Life


Author : Gloria Ann Jeff-Moore
language : en
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Release Date : 2009-02-09



Download My Renal Life written by Gloria Ann Jeff-Moore and has been published by Xlibris Corporation this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2009-02-09 with Health & Fitness categories.


In these pages I share my endurance of trials and tribulations coping with life on dialysis, I have the polycystic kidney disease. I also talk about the importance of following this very complex renal diet and ways to manage continued good health with this diet and medication. Also check out Glo ́s renal friendly kitchen section of the book.

Living A Normal Healthy Life After Renal Kidney Failure


Author : Dr. Adeleke Eniola Oyenusi
language : en
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Release Date : 2010-03-18



Download Living A Normal Healthy Life After Renal Kidney Failure written by Dr. Adeleke Eniola Oyenusi and has been published by Trafford Publishing this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2010-03-18 with Medical categories.


Kidney transplantation is a total life changing event that each kidney failure patient waits for tirelessly. The emotions of the telephone call on that day when the author was informed that he had to report straightaway to the hospital for a kidney transplant was immeasurable, and will live forever in his memory. With transplantation, a lot of things have to be taken into consideration; what to do and what to abstain from. Discovering how to prolong the life span of the kidney after transplantation made him think about writing part two of his story. It provides a comprehensive understanding of the kidney transplantation process, associated problems, and the positives for renal patients after successful transplantation so that they can understand how the changes they will face will affect their lives, and to know that they are not alone with this challenge. His aim is to enlighten the general public and to create more awareness about kidney transplantation - one of the stages of living a normal and healthy life after renal (kidney) failure. He provides valuable information and education for renal patients with little or no knowledge of kidney transplant procedures; much can be learned and gained from the book.

My Twenty Year Journey With Pkd In The Dialysis World


Author : Gloria Ann Jeff-Moore
language : en
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Release Date : 2010-10-15



Download My Twenty Year Journey With Pkd In The Dialysis World written by Gloria Ann Jeff-Moore and has been published by Xlibris Corporation this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2010-10-15 with Medical categories.


After self-publishing my very first book to share my dialysis experience, many of my readers wanted to know more about my 20 year journey with PKD in the Dialysis World, and I did just that, not only they hear about my 20 year experience, they will travel with me through my journey from my pre-dialysis days to my current PD days. After being on dialysis 10 years with PKD, I decided it was time to learn exactly what is PKD, and after learning more about PKD, I began to research my family history of the disease, and discovered some very interesting facts about my family. I decided to share this discovery in this second book. You will get an education about PKD, and even learn what are the signs and symptoms of PKD. I also share my first transplant experience, this book is packed with info that could be potentially beneficial to pending dialysis pts, as well as fairly new diaylsis patients. And last but not least, I invite my readers for a repeat invite into Glo ́s renal friendly kitchen, to check out some more recipes, plus some repeated recipes from my first book "My Renal Life" (i know it, i live it), you will be delighted with the array of recipes that I share, plus I include some nutritional facts to help in accomodating a renal diet needs.

Anesthesia For Renal Transplantation


Author : Gwendolyn B. Graybar
language : en
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2012-12-06



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This treatise commemorates the 32nd anniversary of the first successful allogenic kidney transplant in a human being and the beginning of a con tinuing challenge for well over a generation of anesthesiologists. If compari sons can be permitted, this epoch-making event can be ranked with the first pulmonary lobectomy and subsequently the initial ligation of a patent ductus arteriosus in the late 1930s when thoracic and cardiac surgery began. Was it merely a coincidence that brought these events to the fore so close upon one another after many years of ideation and frustration? Not so, according to Lewis Thomas, for this was the time of medicine's second revolution-its transformation from an empirical art into a powerfully effective science. The remote Galenic conception of disease with its emphasis on disturbed body humors was about to be supplanted by effective therapeutics, as signified by the introduction of the sulfonamides and antibiotics for the specific treatment of infection. Anesthesiology had been dormant up to that era, still relying upon a few agents, more or less utilized from the beginning, and purveyed by a handful of specialists who had not yet begun to ask the scientific questions necessary for their maturation into a bona fide discipline. However, anesthesiology was in evitably caught in the ferment, for as Peter Caws observed, "It serves to re mind us that the development of science is a step-wise process: nobody starts from scratch and nobody gets very far ahead of the rest.

Living With Renal Failure


Author : J.L. Anderton
language : en
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2012-12-06



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The management of chronic renal failure by dialysis and transplantation has now become an established form of treatment in many parts of the world. However, these forms of treatment have brought with them problems in relation to the selection of patients, economics, clinical problems such as hypertension, encephalopathy, anaemia and renal bone disease, and psychological and social problems. The management of haemodialysis has changed over the years with developments in dialysers, vascular access and the duration of dialysis. Although the overall survival from renal trans plantation has changed little in the past four or five years, there are hopes of improvements in relation to tissue typing and enhancement. Perhaps the most important aspect in the management of chronic renal failure is the multi-disciplinary approach. Nursing and medical staff work closely with dialysis technicians, engineers, dietitians, local authority per sonnel, social workers and with the relatives of the patients. The symposium was planned to draw together representatives from all disciplines involved in the care of patients with chronic renal failure. One of the most relevant sessions was that in which two patients with chronic renal failure described their experience.

Renal Failure Who Cares


Author : Frank M. Parsons
language : en
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2012-12-06



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The last 20 years has seen an enormous increase in our knowledge about the management of patients with terminal renal failure. Despite this, even the most successful dialysis and transplant patients require long term specialist supervision so that renal units will have an incremental work load until the death rate of patients undergoing treatment equals the rate of intake of new patients. Furthermore, innumerable conditions which were once regarded as contraindications to therapy may no longer be seen in this light, so that the number of new patients coming forward for treatment each year is increasing rapidly. Dialysis and transplantation are expensive forms of treatment, in terms of staff, facilities and consumables, and it is therefore inevitable that there will be problems in providing treatment for all who need it. These will be particularly acute in times of economic crisis. This book contains the proceedings of a conference which was set up to explore the difference between the supply and the demand for treatment in the United Kingdom, to compare the situation with that in other countries, to explore possible solutions and possibly assign responsibility for the shortfall and to examine the practical and moral implications of our failure to treat the treatable.

Life And Hope


Author : Mark A. Greene
language : en
Publisher: iUniverse
Release Date : 2011-01-14



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At the age of eleven, Mark Greene nearly died. Neither he nor his parents knew that Mark suffered from end stage renal disease; he would need a kidney transplant to survive. Now, more than twenty-six years after his successful transplant operation, Greene tells the story of his survival following that operation. Currently, there are approximately 170,000 organ transplant recipients in the United States, each with unique stories but sharing the commonality of improved quality of life. In Life and Hope, Greene discusses important principles that will not only contribute to the longevity of organ transplants, but also help recipients continue to improve their overall well-being. He blends personal experience and academic research to both teach and enlighten in a way that brings meaning to organ transplantation. Greene shares a very personal story about his ordeal with a misdiagnosed illness that nearly took his life and nearly destroyed his family. His story is one of transformation, as he moves from the brink of death to a life full of meaning—a unique story and real-life experience that demonstrates how the organ transplant experience so eloquently contributes to the human experience.