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Lupus erythematosus is a name given to a collection of autoimmune diseases in which the human immune system becomes hyperactive and attacks healthy tissues.[1] Symptoms of these diseases can affect many different body systems, including joints, skin, kidneys, blood cells, heart, and lungs. The most common and severe form is systemic lupus erythematosus.

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Name given to a collection of autoimmune diseases in which the human immune system becomes hyperactive and attacks healthy tissues symptoms of these disease can affect many different body systems including joints skin kidneys blood cells heart and lungs the most common and severe form is system equals area 2 mitosis under normal function the immune system makes

Proteins called antibodies in order to protect and fight against antigens such as virus and bacteria lupus may experience system unable to differentiate between antigens and healthy tissues this leads the immune system to direct antibodies against the healthy tissues not just antigens causing swelling pain and tissue damage types of nubes several different kinds

Of lupus have been identified but the type known as lupus is known as systemic lupus erythematosus or as le other types include discoid drug-induced and neonatal this point lupus is characterized by a rash that appears on the face neck and scalp and does not affect internal organs sle is more severe than displayed lupus because it can affect any of body’s organs

Or organ systems some people may present inflammation or other problems with only skinning joints while other sle sufferers with si joints lungs kidneys blood and the heart affected this type of lupus is often characterized by periods of flare when active and periods of remission when inactive drug-induced lupus is caused by a reaction with certain prescription

Drugs and causes symptoms very similar to as le the drugs include hypertension medication called hydralazine in a heart arrhythmia medication called procainamide 400 other drugs can also cause the condition drug indian lucas is known to subside after the medication is stopped neonatal lupus occurs when a mother passes auto antibodies to abidos the unborn and

Newborn child can have skin rashes and other complications with the heart and blood usually a rash appears but eventually fades within the first six months of the child’s life today we will talk about systemic lupus erythematosus let’s first know the symptoms of sl e symptoms can vary and can change over time common symptoms include butterfly rash on the face

Appetite loss hair loss fever photosensitivity raynaud’s phenomenon pleiades pericarditis severe fatigue joint pain when swelling headaches anaemia blood clotting problems other symptoms depend on the part of the body that disease is attacking such as the digestive tract the heart with the skin so what causes sle the exact cause of sle is unknown but several

Factors have been linked with the disease such as genetics the diseases and linked to a certain gene the people with lupus often have family members with other autoimmune condition environment environmental triggers can include ultraviolet rays smoking certain medication viruses physical or emotional stress trauma uv rays from fluorescent lightbulbs exposure to

Silica dust sulfa drugs diuretics sun sensitizing tetracycline drugs penicillin or other antibiotic drug infections cold or viral illness exhaustion injury emotional stress such as divorce illness death in the family or other complication stress to the body such as surgery physical harm pregnancy or giving birth sex and hormones sle affects women more than men

They may experience more severe symptoms during pregnancy and with menstrual periods so medical professionals believe that the female hormone estrogen may play a role in causing sle but not confirmed biomarkers biomarkers are another significant area of lupus research researchers have identified the following as potential biomarkers anti double standard e and

A antibodies and complement iii a both found in blood tests as biomarkers for players proteins in the urine of people with renal disease caused by lupus c-reactive protein crp made by the liver diagnosis of sle the symptoms of lupus help in diagnosis no one single test is diagnostic for sle but screening that can help your doctor come to an informed diagnosis

Include blood test for lupus in people with a positive ama more tests are usually performed to check for other antibodies that can help confirm a diagnosis doctors usually order an ama panel which x for the following antibodies antiphospholipid antibody and ur dna and is made anti you one r and p etc diagnostic tools for lupus include medical history complete

Physical exam laboratory tests including complete blood count cbc erythrocyte sedimentation rate esr ear analysis blood chemistry’s complement levels and other auto antibody tests chest x-ray skin biopsy kidney biopsy living with lupus and treatments treatment overview your treatment will depend on how severe symptoms are whether organs are invoked and if your

Daily life is affected whole treatment reducing your daily stress will help you control loot the symptoms medications while medications can cure lupus they can control symptoms and possibly prevent organ damage surgery surgery is only considered when lupus are seriously damaged the kidneys other treatment relaxation therapies can greatly improve your quality of

Life you may need specialist doctors to treat the many symptoms of lupus your healthcare team may include rheumatologist dr. a joint problem in arthritis clinically meteorologist dr. retreat immune system disorders nephrologist hematologist dermatologist neurologist cardiologist endocrinologist dietician occupational therapist nurse psychologists social workers

Once lupus has been diagnosed the doctor or rheumatologists will develop a treatment plan based on patients age sex health symptoms a lifestyle the doctor will aim to prevent flares treat flares when they occur reduce organ damage and other problems types of medications used in the treatment of lupus include nsaids antimalarials cortical steroids immunosuppressants

Terminal therapies such as dhea intravenous immunoglobulin according to cleveland clinic specific medications used to treat lupus include steroid creams that can be directly apply to rashes hydroxychloroquine brain plaquenil for lupus related skin and joint disease cyclophosphamide is a chemotherapy drug used to treat severe forms of lupus as a fire cream is a

Medication originally used to prevent the rejection of transplanted organs methotrexate brand room attracts is another chemotherapy medication is to suppress the immune system mycophenolate more fatigue or chemotherapy drugs used to treat more severe forms of lupus especially in dukas that affects the kidneys the and rituximab are no clonal antibody that reduces

The activity of white blood cells that makes auto antibodies do not try any of these medication without talking to your doctor thanks for watching this is your host tracy goldman’s please subscribe see you in my next video

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