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Kidney Disease — What You Need To Know by Bob Aronson Patient Expert Posted Wed 13 Nov 2013 5:52am Blog by Bob Aronson My last blog was about kidney disease and so is this one.  “Steering Toward Hope” told about Johnny Racine the Canadian father of 16 year old twin boys and how they turned their 2007 Ford Mustang into an 800 horsepower fire breathing showpiece named “The Kidney Hope Car.”  Racine, his boys and the rest ... Read on »
stem cell treatment for Kidney Failure,Without kidney Transplant. by tcmremedy Posted Fri 13 Jul 2012 3:44am First What are stem cells? Stem cells are primitive cells in human body and they have the potentials of self-renewing and differentiation. In right condition, they are able to differentiate into desired cells, tissues and even organs that body needs. Stem cells are applied to restore the impaired tissues and organs in body based on the a ... Read on »
Polycystic Kidney Disease(PKD) and Chronic Renal Failure by Pkd Z. Facebook Posted Thu 12 Dec 2013 3:29am For patients with Polycystic Kidney Disease, 50% of them will develop into Chronic Renal Failure eventually. Then what are their relationships? And today we are going to talk about this question: Read on »
Caring For A Patient With Kidney Failure by Shelly V. Facebook Posted Fri 17 Feb 2012 6:17am by Shelly Verma, ContributingWriter When it was first diagnosed, I found it very difficult to accept the fact that my father had kidney failure. After his bypass surgery, he suffered from a UTI (Urinary Tract Infection) for more than a year. We did not realize that this was the beginning of the end of his kidneys. He would have trouble whe ... Read on »
Treatments of Chronic Renal Failure by tcmremedy Posted Tue 05 Jun 2012 10:12am After patients get Chronic Renal Failure, they will receive various treatments. Even so, many patients' condition deteriorates step by step. Finally they develop into uremia. The uremia patients have to receive dialysis treatment and the dialysis treatment will become very frequent. And patients can not get out of dialysis finally. Is the pro ... Read on »
Kidney Failure basics by Audrey3344 Facebook Posted Mon 30 Apr 2012 6:04am BasicsRenal Failure What do your kidneys do?Kidneys are bean shaped organs locating in the abdominal area above your pelvis. Kidneys are essential for human being because kidneys can: Filtering electrolytes, wastes as well fluids from blood.Balance the electrolytes and acid-baseSecrete active substancesRegulate blood volume What is Renal Failure?Re ... Read on »
Anemia in Kidney Failure and Dialysis Patients by julius Patient Expert Posted Mon 16 Nov 2009 10:02pm Most of us already know that our kidneys filter the waste from the food we eat. But few are aware that waste filtration is only one of the numerous jobs our kidneys perform in our body. It also produces hormones that regulates blood pressure , among other things. But do you know that the kidneys are also responsible for our body’s production of ... Read on »
Doubling Frequency of Dialysis May Help Kidney Failure Patients by Medline Plus Posted Mon 22 Nov 2010 7:41am 6 sessions a week improved heart function, overall health, but is not for everyone, researcher says By Alan Mozes Monday, November 22, 2010 SATURDAY, Nov. 20 (HealthDay News) -- Kidney failure patients who double the number of weekly dialysis treatments typically prescribed had sig ... Read on »
Doubling Frequency of Dialysis May Help Kidney Failure Patients by HealthFinder Posted Sat 20 Nov 2010 12:00pm healthnewslink 6 sessions a week improved heart function, overall health, but is not for everyone, researcher says. ... Read on »
Pain medication may be linked to kidney failure by Dr. Paul V. Doctor of ChiropractyFacebook Posted Tue 13 May 2008 5:32pm People with kidney disease or other ailments who regularly take aspirin or acetaminophen may be increasing the risk of developing kidney failure. Patients who regularly use pain medications (according to researchers, regular use is defined as at least twice each week for two months), were between two and three times more likely to have the begi ... Read on »