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Dialysis And Kidney Disease

Dialysis treatment information mainly includes what dialysis is, its side effects, complications, diet& nutrition, management, etc.


Hair Loss For Patients On Dialysis

Kidney disease patients may suffer from hair problems such as dry and brittle hair or even hair loss. This can happen before dialysis, but it is often the case that hair loss will become more noticeable after dialysis, so will skin problems...Read More

Does Dialysis Cure Kidney Failure

There are mainly two types of dialysis---hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis. Also there are two types of kidney failure---acute kidney failure and chronic kidney failure. Dialysis and acute kidney failure If it is acute kidney failure whi...Read More

What Creatinine Levels Need Dialysis

Serum creatinine is an important indicator to be used by both nephrologists and kidney disease patients to see how well the diseased kidneys are functioning. And it is often an important factor to be considered for guiding the beginning of...Read More

Does Patient With Creatinine 5 And Proteinuria Require Dialysis

Dialysis is one important renal replacement therapy to help chronic kidney failure patients to have longer life expectancy. However it is often the case that once dialysis is begun, it is really very difficult to get rid of it, therefore bo...Read More

Kidney Dialysis Pros and Cons

Kidney dialysis is a life-saving treatment which can help end stage kidney failure patients to clean their blood. It means a lot for kidney failure patients, however because of its disadvantageous, many patients do not want to start it unti...Read More

Dialysis Causes Dizziness And Nausea

Dialysis is supposed to make patients feel more comfortable by removing accumulation of excessive water, electrolytes and metabolic wastes from the blood. However in reality dialysis patients often suffer a lot because dialysis especially t...Read More

Why Are Dialysis Patients At Risk for Anemia

Kidney failure patients undergoing dialysis are at high risk for anemia. Anemia is an illness condition in which the red blood cell count is lower than the normal range. In cases of dialysis, anemia is contributable to the followings severa...Read More

Life Expectancy After Stopping Dialysis

What is the life expectancy after stopping dialysis? Dialysis is necessary for people with completely failed kidney, as it can replace kidney to remove the wastes out of the blood. However, living with dialysis is tough, many patients want...Read More

Why Do I Have Headache in Dialysis

As a common illness condition, headache can occur as one of the complications of dialysis, especially hemodialysis. Dialysis, a most commonly used medical method for kidney failure patients, help to increase the expected lifetime of the pat...Read More

Something You Need to Know about Dialysis

What is dialysis? The kidneys are responsible for discharging toxins from the blood. Dialysis is a procedure that can replace part of the duties of kidneys. The kidneys are two bean-shaped organs that are located on either side of the back...Read More

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