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Additionally, he referenced the death certificate which identified congestive heart failure and reactive airways dysfunction syndrome RADS as other significant conditions contributing to death, but not resulting in the underlying cause.

He further explained that this can result in pulmonary hypertension and right-sided heart failure -- cor pulmonale. He explained that the employee died due to amyloidosis and heart failure. However, Dr. Ellis noted it was possible that smoke inhalation could have caused a toxic reaction resulting in the development of amyloidosis. He explained that fires produced many toxic chemicals and carcinogens, and hardwood fires caused toxic fumes.

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Ellis further noted that pine wood caused even greater toxic fumes because of the amount of resin and its higher burning point. It continued to rely on Dr. The decision noted, inter alia , that as Dr. OWCP referred the case back to Dr. He noted that the pathology report was very clear that the employee had diffuse amyloidosis that led to renal and heart failure. Tawk reiterated that there was no relationship between occupational asthma and secondary amyloidosis. Tawk noted that the employee had heart problems aggravated by hyperkalemia high blood potassium , which manifested itself as severe bradycardia.

There was no evidence at the time of admission that the employee was in asthma exacerbation. Additionally, he noted that the autopsy did not reveal any significant airway inflammation. Lastly, Dr. Tawk noted that the pathology report confirmed the presence of parenchymal interstitial amyloidosis. Again, it relied on Dr. On January18, , appellant again requested reconsideration. Because of the serious nature of his condition, Dr.

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Correa had the employee transferred to another hospital St. Helena where he would have access to hemodialysis.

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Having reviewed the St. Helena records, Dr. Correa noted that an echocardiogram documented a significant component of right ventricular dysfunction and significant pulmonary hypertension. Hughson, a Board-certified internist with a subspecialty in pulmonary disease, noted he had reviewed various records provided by appellant, including Dr. In contrast, Dr. It found Dr. The senior claims examiner noted, inter alia , that Dr. She resubmitted Dr. OWCP subsequently declared a conflict in medical opinion between Dr.

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  6. Tawk and Dr. Samsonov explained that amyloidosis would have made survival from acute events less likely as it affects multiple organ systems, including the heart and kidneys. Hsien-Wen Hsu, a Board-certified internist with subspecialties in pulmonary disease and critical care medicine, selected due to the conflict in medical opinion in the case, agreed with Dr. Moreover, Dr. Appellant further noted that the Department of Veterans Affairs presumed that AL amyloidosis was service-connected where there was a history of in-service exposure to Agent Orange or other herbicides.

    While the employee was not a veteran, appellant claimed that wood smoke shared many of the same toxins as Agent Orange. Seldin noted that based on records obtained from appellant, the employee died due to AL amyloidosis, a malignant bone marrow plasma cell disorder. James Lea, a Board-certified neurologist. He explained that chronic obstructive pulmonary disease did not cause the seizure, but coughing associated with asthma likely resulted in sleep deprivation, and sleep deprivation was a well-recognized trigger for an underlying seizure disorder.

    As such, Dr. Douglas, a Board-certified internist and family practitioner. Douglas indicated that he had not treated the employee during his lifetime, but had since reviewed his records. Douglas explained that obesity increases dyspnea and is often the major contributor to obstructive sleep apnea. It explained that it previously reviewed the medical evidence to determine which conditions should be accepted. It also noted that while some of the recently submitted medical evidence was new to the record, it was nonetheless cumulative and substantially similar to evidence already contained in the case file.

    OWCP indicated that Dr. On January14, appellant again requested reconsideration. Appellant did not present any additional evidence or argument with her request for reconsideration. She argued that the previously submitted reports from Dr.

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    Seldin, Dr. Lea, and Dr. Douglas were sufficient to warrant further merit review. Appellant also argued that neither Dr. Tawk nor Dr.

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    However, appellant did not submit any additional medical evidence with her request for reconsideration. She reiterated her request that OWCP further develop the case and expand the claim to include AL amyloidosis, obesity, sleep apnea, hiatal hernia, GERD, and seizure disorder as accepted conditions. Appellant argued that Dr. She also reiterated that neither Dr. Sherr, Ph. Sherr indicated that several of the chemicals produced during forest fires that the employee would have been chronically exposed to -- polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, dioxins, alkaloids, and benzenes -- could easily have induced pulmonary inflammation leading to an asthma-like condition.

    He further indicated that there was compelling evidence that the chemicals the employee was exposed to while fighting forest fires contributed to the development of the low malignancy plasma cells that are the root cause of AL amyloidosis. Sherr also noted the link between dioxin exposure in Agent Orange and AL amyloidosis. Appellant also resubmitted several reports from Dr. Lea, Dr.

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    Lies, Dr. Samsonov, and Dr. Lastly, it noted that appellant previously argued in favor of expanding the claim, and she had not submitted any new medical evidence supporting her argument. It noted that it had not received Dr. Seldin, and another copy of Dr. Seldin explained that wildland firefighters have more exposure to associated toxins in a fire season than urban firefighters have in a year, and that the employee had several well-documented incidents of smoke inhalation during those years In fact, understanding the pathophysiology of the condition and adopting methods of primordial prevention in populations at risk may be desirable to ensure reduction in the incidence of CKD.

    In those with established CKD, a proactive approach to manage the disease manifestations and limit the ravages of other comorbidities is desirable. For those in advanced stages of CKD, the institution of an appropriate renal replacement therapy individually suited to the patient keeping in view the medical status, lifestyle requirements, economic viability and social acceptability should be advised. This book will help the reader understand the intricacies of the aspects mentioned above and guide the practitioner to diagnose and manage End Stage Renal Disease with special reference to practical experience of the same in India.

    The authors have put together the most relevant facts about the disease for an easy comprehension and understanding of the same by practitioners and students across the specialty. Flipick endeavours to raise the overall standards of education in the country. It also aims to be the interface between the students and the education industry, thus helping the youth pursue their dream careers and create a niche for themselves in every field.

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