Stage 5 Chronic Kidney Failure (CRF) is the end stage of kidney disease with Glomerular filtration rate falling below 15ml/min. The kidneys have many functions that they fail to do, which will thus cause a variety of problems to the patients. Dialysis can do the job of expelling toxins and excess water out of the body, and in way of this, prolong the life of the patients. However, dialysis only does some of the kidneys' job; some side effects, short-term or long-term complications for people on dialysis treatment.
How can you tell when in stage 5 kidney failure? Stage 5 kidney failure is the last stage of both chronic kidney disease and acute kidney disease. It is a dangerous condition as it may involve all the body systems and cause various health p...Read More
What is the diet for people with stage 5 renal failure? Once kidneys failed to work properly, our daily diet will be different from those with healthy kidneys, as what we eat affect our kidney condition directly. Well then, for people with...Read More
How to improve life expectancy with stage 5 kidney failure and no dialysis? Dialysis is a must when kidneys shut down completely; but in some cases, stage 5 kidney failure patients choose to spend the rest of their life with no dialysis. Un...Read More
It is quite possible and common for one with stage 5 kidney failure to have different diet with other patients who are also suffering from end stage renal failure, and this is because diet arrangement for stage 5 kidney failure patients dep...Read More
How long can my kidney function last? Is it possible for me to avoid dialysis? If you don’t want to live with dialysis, the only method is to improve your kidney function, otherwise, the build up of wastes and toxins and some severe compl...Read More
People with stage 5 renal failure have to rely on dialysis to live if no matched kidney donor. Can dialysis cure stage 5 renal failure? Many patients faced by the coming dialysis must want to know the answer....Read More
Stage 5 kidney failure is the end stage of renal failure in which the kidneys have been severely damaged and there are less than 10% kidney functions. To sustain life, patients will have to rely on dialysis or kidney transplantation. As for...Read More