Chronic Kidney Disease and Hypertension

Chronic kidney disease is a referred as damage occurred by decrease in the rate of glomerular filtration & the existence of albuminuria Hypertension is one of the directing causes of chronic kidney diseases because of the harmful effects that enhanced blood pressure has on vasculature of kidney. Durable, unstoppable, high blood pressure escorts to higher intra glomerular pressure & uneven glomerular filtration. Destruction to the glomeruli gives on to enhancement of protein filtration, evolving in irregularly increased contents of protein levels in the urine. Microalbuminuria is the occurrence of tiny levels of albumin present in the urine & is considered as the first symptom of chronic kidney disease. Proteinuria expands as chronic kidney disease develops & is correlated with a penurious prognosis for the pair of kidney disease & chronic kidney diseases. Patients with nondiabetic and diabetic chronic kidney diseases should have an aim that blood pressure goal of less than 130/80mmHg. Managing blood pressure levels and maintaining proteinuria in patients with chronic kidney disease and hypertension is requirement for the control of the advancement of renal disease & the enhancing or augment of cardio vascular disease.

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