Sociodemographic characteristics and clinical features of patients with adult polycystic kidney disease undergoing hemodialysis

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Sociodemographic characteristics and clinical features of patients with adult polycystic kidney disease undergoing hemodialysis

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dc.contributor.author Alves, Everton Fernando
dc.contributor.author Tsuneto, Luiza Tamie
dc.contributor.author Borelli, Sueli Donizete
dc.contributor.author Cadidé, Renata Campos
dc.contributor.author Freitas, Rosane Almeida de
dc.contributor.author Gravena, Ângela Andréia França
dc.contributor.author Pelloso, Sandra Marisa
dc.contributor.author Carvalho, Maria Dalva de Barros
dc.date.accessioned 2013-12-17T01:17:53Z
dc.date.available 2013-12-17T01:17:53Z
dc.date.issued 2013-12-10
dc.identifier.citation ALVES, E. F; TSUNETO, L. T.; BORELLI, S. D.; CADIDÉ, R. C.; FREITAS, R. A.; GRAVENA, A. A. F.; PELLOSO, S. M.; CARVALHO, M. D. B. Características sociodemográficas e aspectos clínicos de pacientes com doença renal policística do adulto submetidos a hemodiálise. Scientia Medica, v. 23, n. 3, p. 156-162, 2013. pt
dc.identifier.issn 1806-5562
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10437/4369
dc.description.abstract Aims:To analyze the socio-demographic and clinical characteristics of patients with adult polycystic kidney disease admitted to hemodialysis services in Northwestern Paraná state,Brazil. Methods: This was an observational, descriptive and retrospective longitudinal study. Medical records of patients with polycystic kidneys who initiated hemodialysis between 1995 and 2012, in four centers that treat patients of the coverage area of the 15th Regional Health Region of Paraná state where analyzed. Results:We found that 10.3% of hemodialysis patients had polycystic kidney disease as a leading cause of stage 5 of chronic kidney disease. The mean age of patients was 54.9±9.4 years (ranging between 27 and 74 years), with equal gender distribution and Caucasian predominance (72.9%). The average age of dialysis initiation was 50±10.2 years. The most common comorbidity was systemic hypertension (66.7%). Liver cyst was the main extra-renal manifestation (10.4%). Twenty-five percent of the patients required renal transplantation, and (22.9%) undergone nephrectomy. The most widely used classes of antihypertensive drugs were β-blockers (41.7%) and drugs that act on the renin-angiotensin system (31.3%), while 56.3% of patients were treated with recombinant human erythropoietin. Conclusions:This is a pioneering epidemiological study in Northwestern Paraná state. We found in this population a sociodemographic and clinical profile of adult polycystic kidney disease similar to that of North America and Europe, probably because the ethnic constitution of the sample was predominantly of Euro-descendants. pt
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dc.language.iso por pt
dc.publisher Scientia Medica - ediPUCRS pt
dc.rights openAccess
dc.subject RIM POLICÍSTICO AUTOSSÓMICO DOMINANTE pt
dc.subject EPIDEMIOLOGIA pt
dc.subject INSUFICIÊNCIA RENAL CRÓNICA pt
dc.subject DOENÇA RENAL TERMINAL pt
dc.subject DIÁLISE RENAL pt
dc.subject HEMODIÁLISE pt
dc.subject POLYCYSTIC KIDNEY AUTOSOMAL DOMINANT en
dc.subject POLYCYSTIC KIDNEY DISEASES en
dc.subject KIDNEY FAILURE en
dc.subject END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE en
dc.subject HEMODIALYSIS en
dc.title Sociodemographic characteristics and clinical features of patients with adult polycystic kidney disease undergoing hemodialysis pt
dc.type article pt


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