Review: could Crohn's disease cause Renal failure (Acute kidney failure)?
We study 61,502 people who have Crohn's disease from FDA and social media. Among them, 316 have Renal failure (Acute kidney failure). Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Crohn's disease (condition that causes inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract) (latest reports from 164,975 patients) can be treated by Humira, Remicade, Prednisone, Pentasa, Imuran, Asacol.
Renal failure (kidney dysfunction) (latest reports from 428,476 patients) has been reported by people with high blood pressure, coronary artery bypass, diabetes, multiple myeloma, pain.
On Sep, 14, 2014: 61,499 people who have crohn's disease are studied. Among them, 316 (0.51%) have Renal Failure.
Gender of people who have crohn's disease and experienced Renal failure * :
|Renal failure||38.81%||61.19% |
Age of people who have crohn's disease and experienced Renal failure * :
|Renal failure||0.00%||0.00%||7.24%||5.01%||14.48%||16.71%||17.55%||39.28% |
Severity of the symptom * :
Top co-existing conditions for these people * :
- Pain (64 people, 20.25%)
- Depression (30 people, 9.49%)
- Hypertension (19 people, 6.01%)
- Insomnia (13 people, 4.11%)
- Vitamin supplementation (12 people, 3.80%)
- Prophylaxis (12 people, 3.80%)
- Osteoporosis (9 people, 2.85%)
- Dizziness (8 people, 2.53%)
- Benign prostatic hyperplasia (8 people, 2.53%)
- Muscle spasms (8 people, 2.53%)
Most common drugs used by these people * :
- Remicade (316 people, 100.00%)
- Humira (140 people, 44.30%)
- Prednisone (83 people, 26.27%)
- Mesalamine (73 people, 23.10%)
- Azathioprine (66 people, 20.89%)
- Imuran (63 people, 19.94%)
- Mercaptopurine (55 people, 17.41%)
- Protonix (47 people, 14.87%)
- Allopurinol (43 people, 13.61%)
- Pentasa (38 people, 12.03%)
* Approximation only. Some reports may have incomplete information.
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Studies of common Crohn's disease symptoms:
- Regional Enteritis in Crohn's disease (7,073 reports)
- Diarrhea in Crohn's disease (3,665 reports)
- Stomachache in Crohn's disease (3,357 reports)
- Pyrexia in Crohn's disease (3,132 reports)
- Injection Site Pain in Crohn's disease (2,980 reports)
- Drug Ineffective in Crohn's disease (2,926 reports)
- Nausea in Crohn's disease (2,855 reports)
- Exhaustion in Crohn's disease (2,834 reports)
- Rash in Crohn's disease (2,762 reports)
- Arthralgia in Crohn's disease (2,501 reports)
Renal Failure related symptom studies:
- Renal Failure in Blood pressure (3,712 reports)
- Renal Failure in Cardiac operation (1,149 reports)
- Renal Failure in Coronary artery bypass (3,132 reports)
- Renal Failure in Diabetes (2,013 reports)
- Renal Failure in Hbp (3,852 reports)
- Renal Failure in Hyperlipidemia (1,909 reports)
- Renal Failure in Multiple myeloma (1,984 reports)
- Renal Failure in Osteoporosis (1,228 reports)
- Renal Failure in Pain (1,552 reports)
- Renal Failure in Ra (1,446 reports)
Crohn's Disease is also known as: Crohns, Crohns Disease, Granulomatous ileocolitis, Ileitis, Inflammatory bowel disease - Crohn's disease, Regional enteritis.
Renal Failure is also known as: ARF, Acute kidney failure, Kidney failure, Renal failure - acute.
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