The age and increasing obesity complications: study of the kidney donor’s foreign

The patients in the TRAS tended to be older than those in the group without TRAS . More than 50 years increases the risk of one hundred 190.Patients who received a new kidney were significantly more likely to develop renal artery stenosis, transplant if they are obese or over 50, according to a study published in the September issue of the Journal of Renal Care.

Triglycerides were higher in the TRAS group and increased the risk of one hundred 348.

Graft function was present in most patients with TRAS and increased the risk of 329 %. DGF was more likely to occur in patients who had undergone transplantation before.

Kamali et al. Journal of Renal Care. 36 , pp 149-152. . DOI: 10.1111/j.1755-6686.2010.00188.x

‘Our study aimed to discover which increases the risk of developing TRAS later – more than three months after surgery. – In life, unrelated donor kidney recipients’

‘It represents three-quarters of all post-transplant vascular complications and can be corrected with surgery or angioplasty. It usually occurs within two years after surgery, but can happen at any time.

Kidney from a living donor is not related to Iran were legalized in 1988. An independent body made up of volunteers – the Association of Dialysis and Transplant Patients – organizes contacts between donors and recipients and the state has funded and regulated process compensates donors for their kidneys.

CMV infection was present in a greater %age of patients TRAS and increased the risk of 329 %.

Those who took part in the study ranged from 16-77, with an average age of 40. Just under seven % of patients developed TRAS and their profiles were compared with 93 % who did not.

For their study, the researchers infected mice with the bacterium Helicobacter pylori. If the mice were infected at the age of a few days, have developed immunologic tolerance to the bacteria reacts insignificant – if any – high, asthma-inducing allergens. pylori to reach adulthood, however, had a much weaker defense. ‘Early infection alters the maturation of dendritic cells and triggers the accumulation of regulatory T cells, which are crucial to control asthma,’ said Anne M ller, a professor of molecular cancer research at the University of Zurich, explaining the mechanism of protection.

The researchers examined 360 in Iran, the recipients who received kidneys from donors unrelated to find out what factors increase the risk of TRAS, where the renal arteries narrow, impeding blood flow to the kidneys.

They discovered that he had suffered a previous transplant, triglycerides levels and graft function also significantly increased the risk of TRAS.

‘This document provides valuable information about the clinical implications of the use of kidneys from unrelated donors with regard to the incidence of TRAS, an important post-transplant vascular complications.’

TRAS members of the group also had a higher body mass index than those without TRAS .

With a BMI of 30 or more is considered obese, increases the risk of TRAS of 697 %.