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How to Help PKD Patients Avoid Dialysis and Kidney Transplant by Pkd Z. Facebook Posted Sat 08 Feb 2014 8:56am The related materials have shown that about a half of patients with PKD (Polycystic Kidney Disease) will develop ESRD, requiring dialysis or kidney transplant. It is a fact that no one patient wants to experience them. Now follow us to learn about how to treat PKD from the root. http://www.pkdclinic.org/pkd-treatment/1112.html  Read on »
The Wearable Artificial Kidney - closer than you can ever imagine by Kamal S. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 09 Nov 2012 9:18pm When I first heard about the Wearable Artificial Kidney (WAK) by Dr. Victor Gura of Cedars Sinai-UCLA, I was a little skeptical. I thought it was good but it would be out in the market long after I was gone! These kinds of revolutionary treatments or devices usually take decades, if not more, to reach the common man, especially in countries lik ... Read on »
Home Dialysis for Kidney Patients May Ease Restless Legs Syndrome by HealthFinder Posted Fri 18 Mar 2011 1:00pm healthnewslink Switching from center-based treatment reduced many patients' discomfort, study finds. ... Read on »
Treating Kidney Stones by KidneyHealth .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm PAUL MONIZ: What you're looking at is a patient undergoing shockwave lithotripsy. That is just a fancy name for breaking up kidney stones. If you've ever had a kidney stone, you can say with certainty you know all about pain. I'm Paul Moniz. Thanks for being with us. Kidney stones effect some one million people in the US every year. More men tha ... Read on »
The Effective Means Of Treating Kidney Stones by Shilah C. Azib Posted Wed 20 Jan 2010 5:57am Doctors say that are generally not harmful. It only becomes harmful and even life threatening when a person suffering from it feels discomforting pain and presence of blood in their urine. Many experts say that the problem why people who are suffering from kidney stones is that they always tend to be complacent in keeping up with a heal ... Read on »
How Do You Treat Kidney Stones by Shilah C. Azib Posted Thu 20 May 2010 6:56am How do you treat kidney stones? This depends on its severity so it may or may not involve surgery. The good news is that 90% of the time, your body will be able to expel the stones on its own. But what if you are one of the unfortunate who belong to that 10%? Should that happen, then your doctor will have to recommend surgery. T ... Read on »
Treating Kidney Stones by Shilah C. Azib Posted Fri 31 Dec 2010 12:13pm Unless they feel discomforting pain and present of blood in their urine, people will not go to a doctor for a kidney stones checkup. This is because people tend to neglect the severity of the condition and its possible complications once not diagnosed and treated early. Experts say that the problem why people who are suffering f ... Read on »
How To Naturally Treat Kidney Stones With Nutrition by Natural Weight Loss Blog Posted Wed 11 Apr 2012 8:05pm Someone asked a great question about kidney health on our Fan Page so I asked Dr. Corson what she thought and we recorded several great videos on kidney health and nutrition. Right now, I want to talk about naturally treating kidney stones with nutrition. Nutrition Tips For Kidney Stones Here are Dr. Corson’s top nutrition tips for tho ... Read on »
Wearable Artificial Kidney by Matt S. Posted Sat 24 May 2008 12:00am The man on the left is Victor Gura, one of the authors on a 2007 Lancet paper demonstrating the efficacy of the wearable artificial kidney (WAK). The machine (which can perhaps be likened to deluxe version of Batman's tool belt) weighs about 10 pounds, and apparently another prototype weighing about half as much is currently in development. ... Read on »
Up next - the wearable artificial kidney by John Daley Posted Sat 20 Feb 2010 12:00am Recently I received an announcement concerning a wearable artificial kidney. The device, weighing about 5kg and worn like a belt, is intended to provide continuous portable artificial dialysis. Interesting! Picture credit: media release from Kidney Health Australia Media release from Kidney Health Australia ... Read on »