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Our susceptibility to disease increases as we grow older. Therefore disease prevention and health promotion become a important part in management of disease process and clinical decision-making as we grow older. Extension of healthy life through slowing ageing has dramatic affect on all of the diseases and disorders expressed in later life. This may be the reason why some people may live very healthy life for a long period of time or never seem to get sick as compared to others (1) (2).
REGULAR CONSUMPTION OF DISEASE FIGHTING FOODS IMPROVES HEALTH IN MANY WAYS AS SHOWN BY THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES:
- POLYPHENOLIC ELLAGIC ACID
- HEALTH RESEARCH INITIATIVES
- PLANTS RESEARCH
- FOODS THAT SPEEDUP METABOLISM
- HEALTHY EATING AND LIFESTYLE RESOURCES TO PREVENT HEART ATTACKS AND STROKES
- THE LIFE EXTENSION PYRAMID
- PUBLISHED ARTICLES
- HEALTH LIBRARY FROM JOHNS HOPKINS DIETARY/FOOD
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Renal Dosing: Drug Prescribing in Renal Failure Nephrology: 3. Safe drug prescribing for patients with renal insufficiency (Click) Drug Dosing Adjustments in Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (Click)
Drug-Induced Acute Renal Failure (Click) Guidelines for Drug Dosing Regimens in Chronic Kidney Disease (Click)
Drug Therapy in Kidney Disease (Click)
National Kidney Foundation (Click)
The more pharmacists learn about drugs that are used frequently among patients, the better prepared they will be to help their patients make informed decisions. Prevention is the treatment of choice for Acute Renal failure (ARF), as well as Drug Induced Renal Failure (DIRF). Identifying patients at high risk is the first step. Patients should be counseled on concomitant medications that might cause ARF and the risk of dehydration.
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CREATININE CLEARANCE EQUATIONS
1) CKD-EPI CALCULATOR
2) mdcalc.com | MDRD GFR Equation
3) mdcalc.com | Creatinine Clearance (Cockcroft-Gault Equation)
Contrast Media and the Kidney
1) Contrast media and the kidney: European Society of Urogenital Radiology (ESUR) Guidelines
2) preventing iodinated contrast media induced renal failure - SFR
3) Guidelines on the Administration of Intravenous Iodinated Contrast
4) Manual on Contrast Media v8 - American College of Radiology
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