Answer: Yes, to a large extent... if the child starts getting enough food and proper nourishment (the right kind of non-toxic food), then the symptoms will reverse. However, some effects are permanent, so if neurological limitations have occured, or teeth falling out.... those sorts of things cannot be reversed. So, it depends on how long the condition has continued, and what damage has been done.
Answer: Early symptoms include fatigue, irritability, and lethargy. As protein deprivation continues, one sees growth failure, loss of muscle mass, generalized swelling (edema), and decreased immunity. A large, protuberant belly is common.stunded growth, edema on legs & hands, diarrhoea, discolouration of hair and skin, anaemia, apathy, moonface, protruded abdomen, muscle wasting.
Answer: decrease protein intake ------> hypoalbuminemia ------>decreases oncotic pressure ---> increase capillary permeability ---->1. decrease bl.volume and RBF leads to secretion of renin that stimulate aldosterone secretion and Na and water retention.2. hemoconcenetration stimulate ADH production results in water retention.
Answer: an adequate diet with appropriat amounts of carbihydrates, fats and proteunsIt is very easy to prevent kwashiorkor in areas where there is no famine. To prevent it make sure your diet is rich in protein enough carbohydrates and fats, to make it easier food that has energy.
Answer: Early symptoms include fatigue, irritability, and lethargy. As protein deprivation continues, one sees growth failure, loss of muscle mass, generalized swelling (edema), and decreased immunity. A large, protuberant belly is common.
Causes of kwashiorkor?
its caused by a lack of certain amino acids and proteins
Answer: Kwashiorkor is a form of malnutrition caused by inadequate(not enough) protein intake in the presence of fair to good energy (total calories) intake. Kwashiorkor is a condition of malnutrition characterized by a swollen belly.
Kwashiorkor is severe protein malnutrition, especially in children. It is more common in impoverished parts of Africa and Asia than anywhere else.
Answer: Yes. Kwashiorkor is caused by a lack of protein in the diet. All it requires to get rid of the disease is to add protein rich food to their normal diet. You first should increase the calorific intake. You need to give them simple surgars which gives them immediate energy (needed to digest the protein). Once carbonhydrates are given protein has to be introduced. The next step is to also add vitamens and minerals to the diet. Finally, from then on, you need to make sure the person keeps a healthy diet.
Answer: Getting more calories and protein will correct kwashiorkor, if treatment is started early enough. However, children who have had this condition will never reach their full potential for height and growth. Treatment depends on the severity of the condition. People who are in shock need immediate treatment to restore blood volume and maintain blood pressure. Calories are given first in the form of carbohydrates, simple sugars, andfats. Proteins are started after other sources of calories have already provided energy. Vitamin and mineral supplements are essential. Since the person will have been without much food for a long period of time, eating can cause problems, especially if the calories are too high at first. Food must be reintroduced slowly. Carbohydrates are given first to supply energy, followed by protein foods. Many malnourished children will develop intolerance to milk sugar (lactose intolerance). They will need to be given supplements with the enzyme lactase so that they can tolerate milk products.
Answer: There is a high incidence of Kwashiorkor in areas that have famine,limited food supply, and low levels of education and which leads toinsufficient knowledge of proper nutrition. Some of the symptoms ofthe disease include diarrhea, fatigue, a belly that sticks out, anddecreased muscle mass.
Answer: It is very easy to prevent kwashiorkor in areas where there is no famine. To prevent it make sure your diet is rich in protein enough carbohydrates and fats, to make it easier food that has energy.