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In this video, Dr Mike explains that every minute your kidneys receive 1,000mL of blood from the heart (20% of cardiac output). Of this 1,000mL around 400mL are cells (kidneys don't care about this) and 600mL is blood plasma (kidneys care about this). Only 20% of this 600mL is filtered into the nephron (120mL) every minute!! Let's take a look! Listen to our podcast for more info: 🤍
Official Ninja Nerd Website: 🤍 Ninja Nerds! In this lecture Professor Zach Murphy will be teaching you about glomerular filtration. We talk about the many wastes and excess fluids that occurs here as well as the glomerular filtration rate. We hope you enjoy this lecture and be sure to support us below! References: ● Sabatine MS. Pocket Medicine: the Massachusetts General Hospital Handbook of Internal Medicine. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer; 2020. ● Le T. First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 2020. 30th anniversary edition: McGraw Hill; 2020. ● Jameson JL, Fauci AS, Kasper DL, Hauser SL, Longo DL, Loscalzo J. Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, Twentieth Edition (Vol.1 & Vol.2). McGraw-Hill Education / Medical; 2018 ● Marieb EN, Hoehn K. Anatomy & Physiology. Hoboken, NJ: Pearson; 2020. ● Boron WF, Boulpaep EL. Medical Physiology.; 2017. Guyton and Hall Textbook of Medical Physiology. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier; 2021. Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 APPAREL | We are switching merchandise suppliers. DONATE PATREON | 🤍 PAYPAL | 🤍 SOCIAL MEDIA FACEBOOK | 🤍 INSTAGRAM | 🤍 TWITTER | 🤍 🤍NinjaNerdSci DISCORD | 🤍 #ninjanerd #GlomerularFiltration #Renal
This video “Assessing Kidney Function: Glomerular Filtration Rate” is part of the Lecturio course “Nephrology” ► WATCH the complete course on 🤍 ► LEARN ABOUT: -GFR Measurement ► THE PROF: Dr. Sussman is an Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center. She completed her medical schooling at the University of Arizona and her Internal Medicine/Chief Residency training at the University of Washington. She subsequently pursued a Nephrology Clinical and Research Fellowship at the University of Washington. Dr. Sussman was recruited back to the University of Arizona in 2009 and has served as a clinician educator with a strong emphasis in medical student education. Dr. Sussman maintains an active interest in Glomerulonephritis and innovative teaching methodologies in medical education. She additionally serves as the Medical Director of Sahaurita DCI Desert Dialysis unit and has developed and is the Clinical Director of the nocturnal in-center dialysis program at DCI South Tucson. ► LECTURIO is your single-point resource for medical school: Study for your classes, USMLE Step 1, USMLE Step 2, MCAT or MBBS with video lectures by world-class professors, recall & USMLE-style questions and textbook articles. Create your free account now: 🤍 ► INSTALL our free Lecturio app iTunes Store: 🤍 Play Store: 🤍 ► READ TEXTBOOK ARTICLES related to this video: Anatomy and Functions of the Kidneys and Kidney Stones 🤍 ► SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel: 🤍 ► WATCH MORE ON YOUTUBE: 🤍 ► LET’S CONNECT: • Facebook: 🤍 • Instagram: 🤍
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Episode 60 - GFR: Understanding your Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR) & Kidney Disease with tips to improve GFR. If you have kidney disease, then you have heard about a measurement called GFR. Did you know your GFR is NOT a measurement of kidney damage? Let's take a look at what is GFR, how it is used with kidney disease (CKD), and how to improve GFR levels/rate. • GFR stands for Glomerular Filtration Rate. This measurement helps determine how well your kidneys are functioning. It measures the volume of blood needed to pass through the kidneys in a given amount of time in order to filter a given quantity of a substance, given in mL/min. The easiest and most common substance to measure is Creatinine and that is what we will focus on in this video. • The GFR looks at the rate at which your kidneys are filtering your blood – not how much damage you have. Those with damaged nephrons (filters), blood vessel damage within the kidneys or reduced blood flow to the kidneys will have a lower filtration rate. • GFR can’t be measured directly, so estimation is done based on one of several available formulas looking at your age, race, gender, the amount of creatinine in your blood, and possibly other factors. It is also possible to do a creatinine clearance test using a 24-hour waste collection to get your estimated GFR or eGFR • The eGFR test may also not be right for everyone. It may not be accurate if you are younger than 18, pregnant, very overweight, or very muscular. • Your GFR tends to decline naturally as we age, even in people without kidney disease. • The GFR scale goes from 0 to 120. Normal will vary with age since it declines naturally, but typically it is: person in their 20s GFR 116, 30s 107, 40s 99, 50s 93, 60s 85, over 70 75. • If your GFR is not normal, your doctor will do other tests. Doctors look for abnormal leaking of protein, sugar, red, or white blood cells. • There are 5 stages of Kidney Disease and the stage you are in is determined by your GFR. • Since the GFR scale goes from 0 to 120 – it is not a direct conversion to the percentage of kidney function remaining. A GFR of 60 would mean your kidney is functioning at 50% of a young adult. And remember, it is natural for your kidney function to decline as we age. • While it is not possible with current medical science to repair the damage to your kidneys, it is possible to improve your GFR in many cases. Remember, GFR measures how well your kidneys filter, not the amount of damage done to them. • Since the kidney damage is always present, it is possible that you can improve your GFR through diet and lifestyle changes, then quickly lose those gains in your GFR through diet choices and other lifestyle factors. • Our goal is to remove stress, inflammation, and the workload placed on our kidneys so that we can improve our GFR as best as possible for as long as possible. Find that goldilocks zone of diet and lifestyle choices to maximize our kidney's ability to filter waste and toxins from our blood. For most people, the right diet and lifestyle can also minimize or eliminate symptoms when a GFR is between 20 and 30. • Some prescription medications, kidney infections, urinary tract obstructions, abnormal muscle breakdown and eating a large amount of meat can elevate creatinine levels in your blood, temporarily lowering your GFR. • Tips to improve your GFR include eating a low inflammation kidney-friendly diet, staying properly hydrated, getting regular exercise, avoiding supplements with creatine, taking a probiotic like Renadyl ( 🤍 ), and avoiding the use of Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs like Ibuprofen. Also managing the underlying cause of your kidney damage to prevent further damage – such as managing your blood sugar and blood pressure (take all prescriptions as prescribed by your doctor). These are areas your doctor and a dietitian can really help. They may also recommend a renal multivitamin like ProRenal+D ( 🤍 ). • Last, don’t focus too much on your GFR. While it is an important number, it really doesn’t tell you much and is only one of several indicators of your health. You need to focus on your overall health and your labs. You can’t easily tell someone what to do with a GFR of 59 or 49. But you know what to do if you are suffering from anemia. IMPORTANT: I AM NOT A DOCTOR. Patients should always be under the care of a physician and defer to their physician for any and all treatment decisions. This video is not meant to replace a physician's advice, supervision, and counsel. No information in the video should be construed as medical advice. All medical decisions should be made by the patient and a qualified physician. This video is for informational purposes only and DOES NOT CONSTITUTE THE PROVIDING OF MEDICAL ADVICE. #DadviceTV #KidneyHealth #KidneyDisease #KidneyFailure #FightCKD #KidneyDiet
Creatinine is an important molecule when it comes to assessing kidney function. GFR (Glomerular Filtration Rate) of Kidney, which is a measurement of the kidney function is approximated to Creatinine Clearance. In this video, we explain the basic concepts of Renal Function Tests. Resources used for Reference 1. Robbins Basic Pathology - 10th Edition 2. First Aid for USMLE for Step 1 - 30th Edition 3. Fundamentals of Pathology - Pathoma - 2021 Edition 4. Pathophysiology of Disease by Lange - 8th Edition 5. BRS Pathology - 5th Edition 6. Kaplan USMLE Pathology - 2013 Edition #minuteMED #PathologyMadeEasy #RenalFunctionTests #Creatinine #GFR
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Today I am going to cover one of the most popular questions I get from people that comment on my videos or when patients visit me at the office - "What foods can I eat to help lower my creatinine?". The goal with anyone with chronic kidney disease is to improve or maintain kidney function. That is measured from Creatinine levels or Glomerular Filtration Rate (aka GFR) in a routine blood test. With kidney disease the goal is to keep creatinine lower, which means the kidneys are filtering better, and their GFR higher. In this week's video we are going to talk about if there is any food, drink or trick you can do to help lower your creatinine. You may have heard that red pepper, cabbage, berries or even nettle tea can help do this. Or maybe you have heard eating lots of red meat can help do this. We are going to discuss all this and more. Give it a watch and be sure to like, subscribe and comment. Content Chapters: 00:00 - Introduction 00:33 - Kidney Disease, Creatinine & GFR 01:11 - Google Searching Foods that Lower Creatinine 02:04 - Truth Bombs and Kidney Function 04:44 - My Tips to Lower Creatinine 05:35 - Foods that can impact Creatinine 06:23 - Water and Creatinine 06:58 - Conclusion Remember to subscribe today: 🤍 New Book Available: The Cooking Doc's Kidney-Healthy Cooking. E-book and paperback available for purchase here: 🤍 Follow us on Facebook 🤍 Instagram 🤍 Twitter 🤍 The information, including but not limited to, text, graphics, images and other material contained on this website are for informational purposes only. The purpose of this website is to promote health and wellness. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment and before undertaking a new health care regimen, and never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website.
✨The first part of the nephron is the Glomerulus and it's famous for its job of filtration. In this video, I talk about the filtration barrier, how starling forces help make that happen and autoregulation. I hope it helps!☀️ 🌟What's in this video? 0:00 - Intro 0:12 - Glomerular Filtration Barrier 1:45 -GFR and RPF 2:19 - Starling Forces in the Glomerulus 4:11 - Autoregulation (Tubuloglomerular Feedback) 5:40 - Measurement of GFR (Clearance, Cockroft-Gault Formula) ✨ Other videos you may need : 🔅Starling Forces in Capillaries : 🤍 🔅Renal Circulation : 🤍 🔅Proximal Convoluted Tubule : 🤍 💫 For more videos like this, subscribe to my channel! Byte Size Med: 🤍 📚Factual References & for Further Reading: - Guyton and Hall Textbook of Medical Physiology - Costanzo’s Textbook of Physiology - First Aid for the USMLE, 2020 edition - Openstax Anatomy and Physiology 🤍 - Openstax Biology 🤍 (The last two are links to open-source references. They are NOT affiliate links) 🌤 Note: These are just a collection of my notes. So use them the way you would use borrowed notes from a friend. 📝 The images in this video are hand-drawn for illustration and explanation only.✍️ Hence, they may not be anatomically accurate. I am just one person making these videos. If there are any errors, that is unintentional. I try super hard to avoid them. Please let me know if you find any, so it gets clarified for other viewers. Science constantly evolves and changes. New discoveries are made everyday. So some of the information in these videos may become outdated. If you notice that, please let me know so I can update them. ⚡️Disclaimer: These videos are NOT a substitute for a medical textbook. Textbooks are written by experts (which I do not claim to be), edited, proofread and referenced. Please use them. The information has been sourced from multiple references as mentioned above. I draw all the pictures myself. But if I have inadvertently infringed on any copyright, that is completely unintentional. I only make these videos to impart education. If I have accidentally violated copyright in any way, do let me know so I can make the necessary changes or give credit to anyone who is owed the same. These videos are NOT intended for patient education. They are NOT a substitute for diagnosis and treatment by a licensed medical professional. Always seek the advice of a qualified health care provider for any questions you may have regarding any medical condition, so that they can address your individual needs. 🔅They are ONLY meant to help students of medicine and health sciences with studying, and should be used for just that purpose and absolutely nothing else. Byte Size Med. All Rights Reserved.
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Häufig werde ich gefragt, warum schon wieder Blut abgenommen wird. Um dieser Frage mal auf die Spur zu kommen, schauen wir uns die Nierenwerte im Blut an. Hierzu gehören Kreatinin, Harnstoff, die GFR bzw. Kreatinin-Clearance und auch die Harnsäure. Wann diese Werte verändert sind und was das für uns bedeutet, darum soll es gehen? - A_Paul_Theke: Wenn ihr immer schon immer mal wissen wolltet, was da eigentlich genau in eurem Arztbrief steht oder warum die Medikamente genau das tun, was sie sollen, dann seid ihr herzlich eingeladen. Bei Fragen und Unklarheiten kommentiert einfach das entsprechende Video und ich gebe mir Mühe darauf einzugehen. Wenn ihr in Zukunft nichts mehr verpassen wollt, könnt ihr den Kanal abonnieren. - Referenzwerte für Laborwerte: 🤍 Quellen: Herold - Innere Medizin 2017 Ich freu mich, wenn ihr regelmäßig reinschaut. =) Euer Paule Enthält nicht bezahlte Werbung Die Videos dienen nicht zur Diagnosefindung und ersetzen in keinster Weise ein ärztliches Gespräch. Lediglich für Bildungszwecke geeignet.
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The serum creatinine test is a common kidney function test that doctors used to assess the kidney health of an indiviaul. Creatinine test results can be used to estimated glomerular fileration rate or GFR. This video explains all that regards, watch till the end. All videos contain research-based on scientifically proven facts. Don't forget to subscribe to us.! 🤍 Like us on Facebook.! 🤍
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Episode 30: Chronic Kidney Disease Treatment: How I increased my GFR & improved my kidney function Part 1. Just 6 months ago today I was diagnosed with Chronic Kidney Disease stage 5 and was told there was "Zero" chance of improving kidney function and that there was nothing I could do to lower my creatinine levels and increase my GFR. The doctors had no recommended chronic kidney disease recovery treatment for me - only dialysis. The doctors where wrong! In just 6 months I have changed my life and increased my GFR, lowered my creatinine levels, and improved my kidney function from Stage 5 to Stage 3. In this video, part 1 of 2, I share what I feel are the 10 most impactful things that helped me improve my kidney function, lower my creatinine level, and avoid dialysis. Let this video inspire you to take an active role in your kidney disease treatment and push for better care. Let me help you in your chronic kidney disease stage 5 recovery! To learn more about the strategy and treatment I used in fighting and beating Chronic Kidney Disease, visit 🤍 IMPORTANT: I AM NOT A DOCTOR. Patients should always be under the care of a physician and defer to their physician for any and all treatment decisions. This video is not meant to replace a physician’s advice, supervision, and counsel. No information in the video should be construed as medical advice. All medical decisions should be made by the patient and a qualified physician. This video is for informational purposes only and DOES NOT CONSTITUTE THE PROVIDING OF MEDICAL ADVICE. #DadviceTV #KidneyHealth #KidneyDisease #kidney #KidneyMonth #Renal #KidneyFailure #FightCKD 1. Built an amazing health team. The first part of a good kidney disease treatment program is building a health team. My #1 support is not my Nephrologist – it is my Primary Care Physician. He is very positive, straight forward, and is there to help me get better. My Nephrologist mostly keeps an eye on my improvements, but really gives me little support or details. My Endocrinologist and Urologist have put my worries to rest of other serious issues. My Dietitian is the #2 player in my team. She is amazing at listening and giving me real advice – including exactly HOW to do things. I had to go through a lot of others to get this team built, but strong communication and a dedication to getting better like no other has been critical. 2. Manage my blood pressure I made this a priority. It took some trial and error, but I take my blood pressure at home multiple times a day and pushed my doctors to change my meds quickly if I didn’t see positive results. It took about 1 month to find the right combo of kidney friendly meds to get my blood pressure down to under 130/80 consistently. 3. Eat a low inflammation kidney friendly diet. Check out my video on how to shop for foods at the grocery store and download my list of low inflammation kidney friendly foods that I eat. The list is pretty massive – the largest I’ve ever seen. Yet it is missing a number of foods you may have heard are ok to eat which I have not included in my diet. Such as potatoes – even leaching potatoes is not acceptable to me. Following this renal diet and never cheating got me from Stage 5 to Stage 3 in about 5 months. At stage 3 I modified my diet – it is a different strategy to get from Stage 5 to 3 than going from Stage 3 to 2. I also strongly encourage everyone to see a Renal Dietitian. They will customize your diet and set the daily min and max for key nutrients like Water, Calories, Protein, Potassium, Phosphorous, Calcium, and Sodium. 4. Used supplements to support my body. The word “supplement” scares a lot of people because they don’t understand the word, but supplements are a key part of my kidney disease treatment program. There are good and bad supplements. The ones which have really helped me the most are Fiber supplements (like Benefiber and Chitosan capsules), Vitamin D3, Vitamins B6 and B12, Omega 3, and a lot of other vitamins and minerals. As the right balance was figured out, I was able to replace a lot of different tablets with less – mostly thanks to a Renal Multivitamin called Pro-Renal+D w/Omega3. I also take CoQ10 to support my heart and blood pressure. 5. Avoided things which could slow or stop my recovery I removed all NSAIDs from the house and only take medications or supplements approved by my health team. I drink plenty of water – started out at ½ my body weight in ounces and adjusted as I lost weight. Avoided all sodas and juices – I stuck with only drinking water from Stage 5 to 3. At stage 3 I added 1 small cup of coffee in the morning without any additives except MCT oil. I avoided all Artificial ingredients, preservative, and I read all food labels for everything I purchased. I stopped eating out except for an occasional treat and always stuck to the diet.
تحليل gfr معدل ترشيح الكلى والفرق بينه وبين باقى تحاليل وظايف الكلى هو موضوع حلقة انهاردة لان gfr يعتبر من أدق التحاليل للاطمئنان على حالة الكلى وترشيحها والقيام بوظيفتها ويعتبر مؤشر مبدئى للتبؤ بالتهابات الكلى الشديدة او الفشل الكلوى فهو حساس اكتر من الكيراتنين وان ارتفع تحليل الكيراتنين معناه طبعا ارتفاع فى تحليل gfr الذى يختلف معدله الطبيعى على حسب الوزن والعمر ومعدل الكيراتنين بالدم وينقسم معدل ونتيجة الgfr لأربع مراحل غير الطبيعى منها مرحلة ارتفاع بسيط والارتفاع المتوسط ومرحلة ماقبل الفشل الكلوى ومرحلة تجب على ضرورة الغسيل الكلوى فى أقرب وقت تابع الحلقة لنهايتها هتستفاد جدا ولا تنسى مشاركة الرابط 🤍 ولمتابعة حلقة تحليل الكيراتنين 🤍 ولمتابعة حلقة تحليل اليوريا 🤍 ولمتابعة حلقة تحليل البول الكامل 🤍 #تحليل_GFR#معدل_ترشيح_الكلى#سالى_لاب
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فحص معدل الترشيح الكبيبي في الكليتين Estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate (eGFR) Test, Glomerular Filtration Rate, Estimated GFR, Calculated Glomerular Filtration Rate, cGFR يتم إجراء هذا الفحص لتقييم وظائف الكُلى و لتشخيص الإصابة بمرض مُزمن فى الكُلى (chronic kidney disease - CKD) و تحديد مرحلته المرضيّة و مُراقبتة. يتم إجراء هذا الفحص عندما يعتقد طبيبك المعالج بأنك مُصاب بتلف فى الكُلى أو فى كوْنك عُرضة لخطر الإصابة بمرض فى الكُلى. يستخدم هذا الفحص مستوى الكرياتينين فى الدم لحساب النتيجة. قد يُطلب منك الصيام خلال فترة الليل أو الامتناع عن تناول اللحم المطبوخ. أظهرت بعض الدراسات أن تناول اللحم المطبوخ قبل إجراء الاختبار يُمكنه أن يزيد من مستوى الكرياتينين بشكل مؤقت. إن مُعدّل الترشيح الكُبيْبى (glomerular filtration rate - GFR) هو مقياس للأداء الوظيفى للكليتيْن. يقوم هذا الاختبار بقياس مستوى الكرياتينين فى الدم و يستخدم النتيجة الظاهرة فى صيغة مُعادلة لحساب رقم يعكس مدى كفاءة الأداء الوظيفى للكليتيْن ، يُسمّى حساب مُعدّل الترشيح الكُبيْبى (estimated glomerular filtration rate - eGFR). الكُبيْبات هى عبارة عن مُرشّحات (فلاتر) صغيرة فى الكليتيْن تسمح بإزالة الفضلات من الدم ، بينما تمنع فُقدان المُكوّنات المهمة ، و التى تشمل البروتينات و خلايا الدم. تقوم الكليتان الصحيحتان يوميا بترشيح (فلترة) حوالى 200 لتر من الدم و تنتج حوالى 2 لتر من البول. يُشير مُعدّل الترشيح الكُبيْبى (GFR) إلى كمية الدم التى تم ترشيحها بواسطة الكُبيْبات فى الدقيقة الواحدة. عندما يقل الأداء الوظيفى للكُلى لدى شخص ما بسبب إصابتها بالتلف أو بالمرض ، فيقل مُعدّل الترشيح و تبدأ الفضلات فى التراكُم فى الدم. يرتبط مرض الكُلى المُزمن (chronic kidney disease - CKD) بانخفاض الأداء الوظيفى للكُلى و الذى غالبا ما يسوء. يُمكن ملاحظة الإصابة بمرض مُزمن فى الكُلى مع العديد من الحالات المرضيّة ، و التى تشمل داء السُكرى و مرض ارتفاع ضغط الدم. يُمكن للكشف المُبكّر عن قصور وظائف الكُلى أن يساعد فى تقليل التلف الحاصل. يُعد هذا أمرا مهما حيث أن أعراض الإصابة بمرض فى الكُلى ربما لا تكون ملحوظة حتى يتم فُقدان ما يصل إلى 30-40% من قدرة وظائف الكُلى. يُعتبر قياس مُعدّل الترشيح الكُبيْبى (GFR) هو الطريقة الأكثر دقة للكشف عن التغيُّرات الحاصلة فى حالة الكُلى ، و لكن عملية قياس مُعدّل الترشيح الكُبيْبى (GFR) بشكل مباشر هو أمر مُعقّد ، و يتطلّب شخص ذو خِبرة ، و عادةً ما يتم إجراؤه خلال الإعدادات البحثيّة فقط. بسبب ذلك ، عادةً ما يتم استخدام مُعادلة حساب مُعدّل الترشيح الكُبيْبى (eGFR). إن حساب مُعدّل الترشيح الكُبيْبى (eGFR) هى مُعادلة حسابيّة تعتمد على تحليل الكرياتينين فى الدم. الكرياتينين هو أحد مُخلّفات العضلات يتم ترشيحه (فلترته) من الدم بواسطة الكليتيْن و طرده فى البول بمُعدّل ثابت نسبيا. عندما يقل الأداء الوظيفى للكُلى ، يتم التخلُّص من كميات أقل من الكرياتينين و تزداد تركيزاته فى الدم. يتم تحديد حساب مقبول لمُعدّل الترشيح الكُبيْبى (GFR) الفعلى من خلال تحليل الكرياتينين. 🏴 تم تنفيذ هذا الفيديو تحت رعاية #seemyresult 📋 seeMyResult™ Electronic Service 🌐 🤍seemyresult.com
This video helps you to understand the stages of chronic kidney disease based on glomerular filtration rate. The glomerular filtration rate is used to evaluate kidney disease.
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GFR (Glomeruli Filtration Rate) is a medical unit stating the functioning capabilities of kidneys. During the doubts of kidney diseases, a patient is asked to get the tests done, and GFR is one of them. It is one of the primary tests that a nephrologist asks to recommend the type of diet, lifestyle, and exercises. Many patients have a question about what is the difference between GFR and eGFR. GFR is the test revealing the exact units of kidney functioning capabilities and conducted as one of the initial tests; whereas, eGFR is the test estimated GFR that reveals only the estimated or non-confirmed filtrating capacity of kidneys. A healthy kidney would have GFR more than 90 ml/min, but as the rate starts to decrease, it will fall into the category of kidney disease stages. As the GFR decreases, the kidneys suffer from serious problems, such as Proteinuria, high creatinine levels, accumulation of wastes & toxins in the blood, nephritis, etc. All these problems can have a cure with the elegant touch of Ayurveda. The Ayurvedic treatment provides a healing hand of Mother Nature and doesn’t leave even a tiny trace of disease. In this video, we are trying to convey the message of Ayurvedic kidney disease treatment by recommending a few measures. These measures are briefly explained in the video above: • Reduce the consumption of sodium • Exercise regularly • Increase the vegetable intake • Avoid the consumption of non-vegetarian food • Quit smoking • Monitor your blood pressure and weight • If possible, keep a tab on your BMI All these measures help with the removal of kidney diseases and disorders from the body with all-natural Ayurvedic methods and principles. You can get more information in the video above. If you still feel the need to know more, then the doors of Karma Ayurveda and Ayurvedacharya Dr. Puneet Dhawan are always open. Just fix an appointment and resolve your queries. More Videos at Kidney Disease Diet Playlist : 🤍 Ayurvedic Treatment Playlist: 🤍 Book an Appointment Helpline Number : 011-4777-2777 WhatsApp us : +91-9871712050 Website : 🤍karmaayurveda.in/appointment Follow us on : Linkedin: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍
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👉GFR is Glomerular Filtration Rate. It is important predictor of kidney function. GFR can be measured by Inulin Clearance and Creatinine Clearance. Inulin Clearance is ideal method of GFR measurement while Creatinine Clearance is commonly used clinically. UV/P is formula of clearance of any substance. Filtration fraction can be measured by GFR/RPF. RPF is renal plasma flow 🌟 Please check for Part 1 of GFR which described definition, formula and other basics of GFR 🤍 🌟 Please check playlist of Excretory system and listen serialwise lectures on kidney for better understanding 🤍 🙏 SUBSCRIBE, RECOMMEND and SHARE channel link to your friends group
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