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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 »
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 »
Kidney Infarctions by P.Allen Jones Posted Mon 18 Apr 2011 12:00am One complication of Sickle-cell disease is Sickle-cell nephropathy and chronic renal failure. Nephropathy is caused by the long term usage of analgesics (pain medicines). These pain medicines include aspirin, acetaminophen, and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or NSAIDs. Over use of pain medicines can cause a form of nephrop ... 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 »
Early Signs of Kidney Disease by heru m. Patient Expert Posted Tue 25 Jan 2011 12:24am The kidneys are essentially the filters of the body system and renal failure, if not diagnosed quickly and treated aggressively, can lead to a total breakdown of the body, and eventually, death. Functions of the urinary system The kidneys are a major part of the urinary system. The urinary system includes the kidneys, the ure ... Read on »
March 12th -- World Kidney Day by Deepika Posted Thu 14 May 2009 5:01pm Today, March 12th, is being celebrated as World Kidney Day. The kidneys -- each person has two of them located just in front of and on either side of the spinal column -- are very vital organs of the human body; nobody can survive without them. They are responsible for filtering out harmful and toxic waste materials from the body and disposin ... Read on »
Chronic kidney disease by Kel H. Patient Expert Posted Wed 08 Oct 2008 12:12am (Today another guest post by Dr Andrew Weissenberger. Read more about Dr Weissenberger here ) Chronic kidney disease (CKD), commonly also known as chronic renal disease, is a progressive, and generally permanent, loss of kidney function over a period of months or years. If a permanent loss of more the one-third of kidney function oc ... 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 »
Introduction To Kidney Disease by Vicky .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 24 Feb 2009 10:21pm 1 Comment I had answered an interesting question earlier today. Not once, but twice. "Why don't doctors clean out a person's kidney with special instruments? Get in all the nooks and crannies so that the kidney will work"? Well, I wish it was that simple. Kidneys that are failing have scars. Irreversible scars. Once a kidney is damaged you can ... 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 »