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Diabetes and Kidney Disease: What a Type 1, Type 2, & Pre diabetic must know about CKD & treatment


Episode 184:Diabetes and Kidney Disease: What a Type 1, Type 2, & Pre diabetic must know about CKD & treatment. Diabetes is one of the biggest factors that increases your risk for kidney disease and the number one cause of kidney failure. More than 34 million Americans have diabetes, and almost half of all kidney failure cases are caused by diabetes. Dr. Rosansky discusses the connection between diabetes (Pre-diabetes, Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes, and Gestational diabetes) and Chronic Kidney Disease and shares why it is important to manage your blood sugar to prevent damaging your kidneys, eyes, and other organs. Dr. Rosansky is a retired Nephrologist and author of the helpful book Learn The Facts About Kidney Disease.

Dr. Rosansky discusses:
What is Diabetes
The 4 Types of Diabetes - Pre-diabetes, Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes, Gestational diabetes
Kidney Disease and Diabetes
Diabetic Kidney Disease Treatment (Diabetic Diet & Type 2 Diabetes Treatment)
Diabetes and Kidney Damage, Blood Vessel Damage, Eye Damage
Insulin Pumps
Preventing diabetic kidney failure
Medications used in treating diabetes

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Learn The Facts About Kidney Disease by Steven Rosansky written for the average reader, offers useful information for patients with very mild Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) to those patients who need to plan for dialysis or kidney transplant. It offers scientifically proven ways to slow progression of Chronic Kidney Disease, including a chapter on a Smart Diet for all Chronic Kidney Disease patients. This diet not only can slow Chronic Kidney Disease progression but can also help patients to live longer and better. It offers the best treatments for the medical problems that can come with a diagnosis of Chronic Kidney Disease. For most patients this book will alleviate concerns about having Chronic Kidney Disease and for some patients with advanced Chronic Kidney Disease it offers an approach that can delay the start of dialysis for many months or even years in some cases. It explains why low and very low protein diets, promoted by many kidney books for patients, is usually not beneficial and may even be harmful. It provides the latest recommendations for treatment of Chronic Kidney Disease that comes from international kidney doctor organizations. The book is organized in a way that provides information for all patients with Chronic Kidney Disease in the first part of the book and has information in later chapters for patients whose Chronic Kidney Disease has progressed.

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IMPORTANT: This video is intended to be informational only. It is not a medical consultation, nor is it personalized medical advice. This video is not meant to replace a physician's advice, supervision, and counsel. For medical advice, please consult your physician.

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