Case Report on Chronic Renal Failure in Adults

Deepika Uikey, Pooja Kasturkar, Ruchira Ankar, Trupti Uke, Kavita Gomase, Achita Sawarkar, Prerana Sakharwade, Sheetal Sakharkar
2021 Journal of Pharmaceutical Research International  
CRF is either the presence of kidney damage for 3 months or longer. Kidney damage is defined as either pathologic abnormalities or markers of damage including abnormalities in blood or urine test or imaging studies. Chronic disease are defined broadly as conditions that last 1 year or more and require ongoing medical attention or limit activities of daily living or both. Chronic disease such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes are the leading causes of death and disability in the individual.
more » ... As renal function declines, the end products of protein metabolism (normally excreted in urine) accumulate in the blood. Uremia develops and adversely affects every system in the body the greater the buildup of waste products, the more pronounced the symptoms. The rate of decline in renal function and progression of end stage kidney disease is related to the underlying disorder. Main Symptoms of CRF: The main signs and symptoms-Fever/cough/cold/abdominal pain/vomiting/loose stool/edema/giddiness/back pain. Abnormal blood loss in urine test, high blood pressure, weight loss for no reason, low red blood cell count (anemia), nausea, metal taste in your mouth, loss of appetite. Diagnostic Evaluation: blood test: Hb-6.5gm%, total RBC count-3.5million/cu mm, HCT-28.4%, total WBC count-9.6/cu mm. monocytes-03%, granulocytes-85%, lymphocytes-10%,calcium-9.1mg/day, creatinine-urine test-71.8mg/dl, KFT- urea-111mg/dl, cretinine14.0, sodium 134mmol/l, potassium-6.5(pl. repeat), magnesium-2.4mmol/l, phosphorus-7.3mmol/l, RBS glucose-plasma random -222mmhg, uric acid -8.1mg/dl, urinary protein- 905mg/dl, bloodpressure-140/90mmhg. Therapeutic interventions: inj. Levoflox 500mg IV OD, inj. ctri 1gm IV BD X 5days, inj. Pan 40mg IV OD, inj. Emset 4mg IV OD, inj. Insulin m(30/70) 18u(BFF)-0-12u(BD) inj. EPO 10000 IU SC post dialysis once per week, tab. Nicardia 20mg TDS, tab. Febuxostat 40mg OD, tab. Shelcal 500mg OD, tab. autrin OD, tab. Sevelamer 400mg BD, tab. Envas 5mg HS, tab. met XL 25mg OD. Outcome: after treatment, the adult show improvement. His abdominal pain were relieved and his diabetes and hypertension were in control. Causes: Due to some disease of infection the kidney can't do its works properly, the main cause of chronic renal failure is High blood pressure Blocked urinary tract. The chief causes of CRF include obstructive uropathy, primary glomerular diseases, reflux nephropathy and hypoplastic or dysplastic kidneys. Progressive hyperperfusion and hyerfilteration causes increasing glomerular injury and further renal damage. Symptoms of CRF is between 10-25% of normal. The four main causes of CRF are high blood pressure, chronic glomerulonephritis, high blood sugar, polycystic kidney disease. Conclusion: My patient was a known case of chronic renal failure and he had complaint of irritation abdominal pain, back pain, giddiness. After getting proper treatment his condition was better than previous condition.
doi:10.9734/jpri/2021/v33i60b35030 fatcat:kczzsitfwnfstbduvjy2dxgxai