Sciences clinical features of pneumonia on the background with chronic kidney disease
This paper presents clinical features of pneumonia on the background with chronic kidney disease. 120 patients with acute pneumonia (AP) were examined, of which 80 patients developed the disease against a background of chronic kidney disease (group AP + CKD). The study showed that in patients with large infiltrates, occupying more than 1/3 of the lung field. In this group of patients, the hypoergic status of the immune system is noted. During therapy, the majority of patients (65%) showed positive clinical and radiological dynamics, 20 patients (16.67%) did not show significant dynamics, and 22 patients (18.22%) had clinical and radiological dynamics. Negative clinical and radiological dynamics were more often observed in the group of patients with AP + CKD (p <0.01), and in this group of patients, negative dynamics was more often associated with the absence of ACC as part of complex therapy (p <0.001).