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End-stage Renal Disease(ESRD)

Here is the causes, symptoms, complications, early detection/diagnosis, prevention, treatment, prognosis, diet and fitness of End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD).

End Stage Renal Disease Life Expectancy

For end stage renal disease patients, the damages of their kidneys have been permanent and patients often suffer a lot from nausea, vomiting, poor appetite, malnutrition, skin itching, swelling, anemia, etc. What is more, the disease can be...Read More

15% Kidney Function Life Expectancy

Chronic kidney disease can be divided into 5 stages according to remaining kidney functions by calculating GFR. If patients have less than 15% kidney functions, it means that illness has entered into the final stage and dialysis is needed t...Read More

Symptoms Of The Last Stage Of Kidney Failure

Last stage of kidney failure is also called end stage renal failure in which there are less than 10% kidney functions. The severely damaged kidneys can not maintain normal day-to-day life. Excessive water, electrolytes as well as many metab...Read More

Prognosis of End Stage Renal Disease with Dialysis

ESRD, the abbreviation of End Stage Renal Disease, always used to describe the seriously failed kidneys which are no longer able to help sufferers maintain a normal life. With ESRD, patients will suffer from various health tissues like hear...Read More

What Will Happen To End Stage Renal Failure Without Dialysis

Kidney patients will need to be put on dialysis when they develop end stage renal failure at which point they have less than 10-15% kidney functions. For chronic kidney failure, patients have to have dialysis for the rest of their life once...Read More

Metabolic Acidosis And Hyperkalemia In End Stage Renal Disease

Metabolic acidosis and hyperkalemia (higher than normal potassium level in the blood) are very common among end stage renal disease patients due to kidney functions of balancing water, electrolytes and acid-base are greatly disturbed. Metab...Read More

How Long Can You Live with End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD)

The average life span for ESRD patients who have started dialysis is 4.25 years and about 23% patients can live as long as 10 years with dialysis. However, for these ESRD patients who have stopped dialysis, they will lose their life within...Read More

Life Expectancy For Patients with End Stage Kidney Failure Without Dialysis

Kidney failure is divided into 5 stages and end stage is the 5th stage with most advanced renal damages. End stage renal failure means that more than 85%-90% kidney functions are lost and the severely damaged kidneys can not maintain normal...Read More

Differential Diagnosis For End Stage Renal Failure

Since end stage renal failure patients will have systemic symptoms and complications besides metabolic disorder of protein, sugar, fat, water, electrolytes and acid-base balance. Therefore it is very easy to be misdiagnosed. Lets see how to...Read More

Life Expectancy In ESRD With A GFR Of 10

ESRD (end-stage renal disease) is the final stage of chronic kidney disease. Patients kidneys have been severely damaged that the normal daily life can not be guaranteed. In this stage, GFR (glomerular filtration rate, and it can be used to...Read More

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