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Diabetes, either Type 1 (Children or Juvenile) Diabetes or type 2 Diabetes, can cause kidney failure if not well controlled. Learn more on Diabetes and kidney failure.

Diabetes Is A Risk Factor Of Chronic Kidney Disease

Diabetes is one major risk factor for developing chronic kidney disease because long-term high blood glucose level can make the kidneys overwork to filter more blood. If this condition lasts for years,blood vessels in the kidneys will be da...Read More

Diabetics: Be Alert about Kidney Failure

If you are a Diabetes patient and meanwhile control the disease poorly, I am afraid you are at high risk of suffer from kidney failure, as Diabetes may lead to kidney problem which deteriorate to kidney failure easily. Diabetes is marked by...Read More

Hypertension & Diabetes:Causes of Renal Failure

Long term hypertension and diabetes are two major causes of renal failure, therefore more attention should be paid if you have years of high blood pressure or high blood glucose which are not well controlled. Diabetes Usually more than 5 ye...Read More

Treating Diabetes in Renal Failure

Diabetes will cause small vascular lesions in the whole body. Since our kidneys will filter about 500-700ml blood plasm per minute, they will be easily damaged by high blood sugar level. With more and more people are diagnosed diabetes, dia...Read More

What are the Facts of Diabetes and Kidney Failure Problem

Kidney failure can be caused by many factors, primary and secondary, hereditary and acquired. But the most common causes of renal failure are diabetes mellitus, hypertension and glomerulonephritis. Here we mainly talk about some factors on...Read More

The Top Two Causes of Chronic Renal Failure

Chronic renal failure is a pathological state in which the kidney has lost part or all its functions after years of suffering. There are many causes of chronic renal failure including primary(primary glomerulonephritis), secondary(diabetic...Read More