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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 »
AKI criteria by Matt S. Posted Fri 22 Aug 2008 12:00am The study of acute kidney injury has been hampered by a lack of a standard definition. Some of this is semantics--for instance, the decision to change "acute renal failure" to "acute kidney injury" does nothing to help in our treatment of this high mortality condition, except perhaps for reminding ourselves and the patients that this is hop ... Read on »
Creatinine Level for Acute Renal Failure by Michelle smith Facebook Posted Tue 15 Apr 2014 8:33am The creatinine level can show the kidney function,So every kidney patients will care the creatinine level.Today I will introduce the creatinine level and Acute Renal Failure. Creatinine Production Creatine, a compound consisting of hydrogen, oxygen, carbon and nitrogen, forms during the breakdown of protein molecules. This substance acts a ... Read on »
Acute Renal Failure, Round 2 by Jeff .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 30 Apr 2012 8:12pm For the second time in less than a year, I had another episode of acute renal failure.  It all started with my surgery on April 10 to have my dialysis fistula ligated (“tied off”).  The surgery went well; it was done under conscious sedation (no general anesthesia), and I felt great leaving the hospital.  My arm was hurting, as expected, bu ... Read on »
An unusual cause of acute renal failure in systemic sclerosis by Jan Posted Fri 11 Sep 2009 4:56pm By S. Mpofu and Colleague ABSTRACT Background: Scleroderma renal crisis is one of the most life threatening complications of scleroderma. Enteric hyperoxaluria complicates extensive disease or resection of the small intestine in the presence of an intact colon, and is associated with calcium oxalate nephrolithiasis. This cause of renal fail ... Read on »
Acute Kidney Failure Creatinine Level 265umol/L by Pkd Z. Facebook Posted Tue 28 Jan 2014 1:12am My mother is 65 years old. She had acute renal failure two years ago. Recently the blood test showed creatinine level 265 umol/L. Is it serious? http://www.pkdclinic.org/faqs/1102.html  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 »
Transplanting kidneys from people who had kidney failure by Dave Undis Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Oct 2009 10:02pm Kidneys recovered from deceased donors with acute kidney failure appear to work just as well as kidneys transplanted from deceased donors who do not develop kidney problems prior to organ donation, according to a new study by researchers at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center: "There is a critical shortage of donor organs and we are c ... Read on »
Transplanting kidneys from people who had kidney failure by Dave Undis Patient Expert Posted Fri 02 Oct 2009 12:00am Kidneys recovered from deceased donors with acute kidney failure appear to work just as well as kidneys transplanted from deceased donors who do not develop kidney problems prior to organ donation, according to a new study by researchers at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center: "There is a critical shortage of donor organs and we are ... Read on »
How to Avoid Kidney Failure by ckdsite Posted Tue 27 Mar 2012 3:34am Kidney failure is the end step of varies kidney diseases and it occurs when kidneys lose most of their functions. Avoiding kidney failure in some ways means avoiding dialysis and kidney transplant, and this is because failed kidneys are incapable in filtering wastes out from our body. Well then, how to avoid kidney failure? Kidney failure ... Read on »