Diabetic Kidney Disease: Its Pathogenesis and Management

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Mandip Singh Bhatia
Ritu Attri
Ishwardip Singh Kwatra
Rajni Kant Kumar

Abstract

As the prevalence of diabetes is increasing in India, there is equal rise in the number of the patients with micro and macro vascular complications related to diabetes. The prevalence of diabetic kidney disease is increasing in Indian population because of genetic and non-genetic reasons. Because of paucity of data we don’t have exact numbers but it is the leading cause of end stage kidney disease in Indian population. Early screening for kidney disease and aggressive control of blood pressure and glycemic control can slow down and even prevent the progression of diabetic kidney disease.

Keywords:
Diabetic kidney disease, renal disease, diabetes, diabetic nephropathy.

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Bhatia, M. S., Attri, R., Kwatra, I. S., & Kumar, R. K. (2019). Diabetic Kidney Disease: Its Pathogenesis and Management. International Journal of Advances in Nephrology Research, 2(1), 1-10. Retrieved from http://journalijanr.com/index.php/IJANR/article/view/30093
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