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The Five Most Dangerous Complications of Kidney Disease

In fact, for patients with kidney disease, simple kidney disease is not dangerous, even if renal function is completely lost, they can rely on artificial alternative treatment to maintain life. The pathogenesis of kidney disease is extremel...Read More

4 Things You Should Do with Urine Protein

There are 4 things you should do with urine protein, which can help keep uremia far away. Proteinuria is a common symptom of kidney disease. When it increases, it may mean renal disease gets worse. Therefore, no matter doctors or patients p...Read More

When Proteinuria Is Reduced to This Level, It Does Not Cause Kidney Damage

Sustained low levels of proteinuria helps delay kidney function and avoid uremia. However, due to the complicated mechanism of kidney disease and obvious inflammatory response, proteinuria is not easy to completely eliminate, and easy to re...Read More

Proteinuria Is Refractory? It May Due to the Following 4 Points

Are you suffering from refractory proteinuria? Do you want to turn it negative? Though currently there are a lot of solutions for proteinuria, but it can still not be well controlled. Do you know why? How to handle different conditions? 1....Read More

Kidney Patients Have A Poor Appetite, Culprit Is Not "Toxins"

A lot of renal patients complain about poor appetite and abdominal distension. Some patients may ask: is it caused by too many toxins inside my body? and some patients may ask: Is it due to the side effects of medication? In fact, both of t...Read More

Eating These 7 Drugs Can Cause High Blood Potassium for Kidney Patients

For kidney patients, eating these 7 drugs can cause high blood potassium (hyperkalemia). In severe case, it can cause sudden heart arrest. Hyperkalemia is a common complication of chronic kidney disease, especially renal failure. Potassium...Read More

How Do You Control Creatinine with CKD Stage 3

CKD stage 3 is when there is kidney damage with moderate to severe loss of kidney function, GFR of 30-59, because of which your creatinine level increases quickly. How do you control creatinine with CKD stage 3? Read on to learn more inform...Read More

Do Deteriorating Kidneys Cause You to Sweat

When your kidneys are failing, you may experience a series of symptoms, such as swelling, foamy urine, high blood pressure, weakness, etc. Do deteriorating kidneys cause you to sweat? Read on to learn more information. For some renal patien...Read More

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