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Chronic Kidney Disease

Here's on how Chronic Kidney Disease causes kidney failure, and signs, diagnosis, treatment and diet of CKD to delay its progression to kidney failure.

Muscle Cramps in CKD: Cause and Treatment

CKD is the abbreviation of Chronic Kidney Disese. Kidneys are responsibility on excreting wastes products, balancing water-electrolyte and adjusting internal se...Read More

What dose GFR level 42 mean for Chronic Kidney Disease patients

GFR is the common kidney function indicator. Generally speaking, the normal GFR level of common people should be higher than 90 ml/min. Then what dose GFR 42 me...Read More

Are Kidneys Self Healing for Chronic Kidney Disease

Do you know, some tissues of human body can heal themselves, for example, the liver fibrosis and liver cirrhosis is the pathological manifestations of liver reg...Read More

Trouble in Breathing in CKD: Cause and Treatment

Many CKD patients complain that they are trouble in breathing, which really bother them a lot. The severe pain also urge them to know the causes and treatment. ...Read More

How to Avoid Flu for Chronic Kidney Disease Patients

Flu is common, people with healthy immunity can recovery around one week. But for Chronic Kidney Disease patients, their immune systems are injured due to the m...Read More

The Relationship Between Thyroid and Chronic Kidney Disease

Chronic Kidney Disease patients may touch the word thyroid when they get the kidney function tests or listen to the analysis of their disease of their doctors. ...Read More

Why Is Bun Elevated in Dehydration in Chronic Kidney Disease

BUN is the metabolism wastes of human body which should be filtrated by the kidneys with the blood circulation, keeping in a steady and normal level. However, w...Read More

How to Lower Creatinine Level 3.9 for CKD Patients

Creatinine is the wastes products of muscle metabolism, at the normal condition, it should be filtrated by the kidneys, keeping in a steady level ( male: 0.6 mg...Read More

Swollen Ankles in Chronic Kidney Disease: Cause and Treatment

Swollen ankles is the common, earlier and long-term symptom of Chronic Kidney Disease patients. Due to the swollen ankles, patients not only need to bear the po...Read More

Stomach Pain in Chronic Kidney Disease: Cause and Treatment

Kidney damage can lead to a series of complications and symptoms directly or indirectly. Some Chronic Kidney disease patients suffer from stomach pain and some ...Read More