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Ways to improve kidney function and avoid dialysis

Kidney function will be decreased with chronic kidney disease. When it progresses into kidney failure, dialysis is needed. Can dialysis improve kidney function? Many patients questioned that can they avoid dialysis? Here I will introduce so...Read More

Can Alcohol Cause Protein in Urine

The presence of protein in urine is called proteinuria. Due to the excess of protein in the urine, the urine may be foamy. So it is easy to be noticed. Proteinuria is often the symptom of kidney diseases. Can alcohol cause protein in urine?...Read More

What are The Risk Factors for Kidney Stones

In peoples impression, Kidney Stones is a common disease in the aged. But in recent years, a big part of patients are young people around the age of 20. Some of them are even college students. What are the risk factors for kidney stones. Po...Read More

Is Green Tea Allowed with Kidney Disease

It is known to all that green tea is beneficial to the health of our body if you drink it in moderation. Some patients asked that is green tea allowed with kidney disease? Please follow me to find the answer! If you have kidney disease, you...Read More

Can High Potassium Level Raise Creatinine Level with Stage 5 Kidney Failure

Stage 5 kidney failure is characterized by great decrease of kidney function. High creatinine level is a common result of damaged kidney function. Some people asked that can high potassium level raise creatinine level with stage 5 kidney fa...Read More

Can High Blood Pressure and Diabetes Increase the Risk of Stage 4 CKD

Chronic Kidney Disease(CKD) is divided into five stages based on your glomerular filtration rate (GFR) and the presence of the kidney damage. Stage 4 CKD comes with severe kidney damage. There are many cases that can increase the risk of st...Read More

Stage 4 CKD with Creatinine 3.7: How to Avoid Kidney Failure

Patients with stage 4 CKD with creatinine 3.7 is at a high risk of kidney failure. At present there is no effective treatment for kidney failure in many countries. So here is the question: how to avoid kidney failure if one has stage 4 CKD...Read More

Heart Failure: A Risk Factor of Renal Fibrosis

The development of renal fibrosis to chronic kidney failure not only depends on the progression of renal fibrosis itself, but also the inducing factors. Among all the inducing factors, heart failure is the most serious one. It can worse the...Read More

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