Calcification of blood vessels in patients with kidney stones

Calcification of blood vessels in patients with recurrent kidney stones can put patients at risk of heart disease. Therefore, to help patients with kidney stones protect cardiovascular health it is necessary to monitor the calcification of blood vessels.

1. Chronic kidney disease can lead to calcification of blood vessels

Researchers have found that, in patients with chronic kidney disease, due to the function of PTH conditioning for the concentration of calcium in the blood is disturbed, which leads to calcium being deposited in the walls of the arteries, thereby causing calcification, sclerosis, decreased elasticity in the walls of the arteries.

In addition, phosphorus conversion disorders in patients with chronic kidney disease also lead to the formation and deposition of calcium on the walls of arteries, especially coronary arteries and cerebral arteries, causing calcification of blood vessels, sclerosis of soft tissues in the walls of arteries. Researchers have demonstrated that increased blood phosphorus levels have directly impacted vascular smooth muscles, calcified coronary arteries.

Specifically, studies have shown that in patients with recurrent kidney stones there is more calcification of the abdominal aortic.

All arterial calcification in particular and vascular calcification in general result in patients with chronic kidney disease facing a high risk of cardiovascular diseases and mortality.

Advantages of endoscopic renal cutting for the treatment of kidney diseases

Chronic kidney disease causes calcium to linger in the walls of arteries leading to calcification

2. Treatment and advice on vascular calcification

The results of the above study play an important role in monitoring the calcification of blood vessels in patients with kidney stones in particular and chronic kidney disease in general. It is useful tool for evaluatiy aortic calcification in the amount and distribution of kidney stones.

In addition, patients with kidney stones also face the risk of osteoporosis. Therefore, applying osteoporosis treatments can also have an effect on blood vessel calcification. Currently, doctors are conducting further research to confirm that heart disease can be treated in remission with measures to reduce vascular calcification and osteoporosis in patients with kidney stones.

The advice for patients with recurrent kidney stones is to be screened for cardiovascular diseases and bone density measurements to be able to detect osteoporosis as well as calcification of blood vessels early, preventing cardiovascular complications that seriously affect health.

Calcification of blood vessels in patients with kidney stones has been found to be caused by abnormal calcium transfer disorders in the blood, which deposits calcium, forms calcifications, increases the risk of cardiovascular disease and mortality of the person.

To register for examination and treatment at Share99 International Health Hub, you can contact Share99 Health System nationwide, or register for an online examination HERE

SEE MORE:

  • Why do kidney stones cause so much pain?
  • Why do kidney stones cause back pain?
  • Methods of treatment of urolithiasis
SEE MORE:

  • What medical technique is the diagnosis of renal cramping pain?
  • Is vascular calcification dangerous?
  • Calcification of blood vessels in patients with diabetes mellitus

About: Minh Quynh

b1ffdb54307529964874ff53a5c5de33?s=90&d=identicon&r=gI am the author of Share99.net. I had been working in Vinmec International General Hospital for over 10 years. I dedicate my passion on every post in this site.

RELATED POSTS:

Leave a Comment

0 SHARES
Share
Tweet
Pin