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Metabolic Disorders

Metabolic disorders are common signs in kidney failure patients such as edema, hyperkalaemia, hypocalcaemia and metabolic acidosis, etc.

Gout and Kidney Failure: Symptoms and Treatment

Many people have never linked gout to kidney failure, but, in fact, people with kidney failure also have a higher incidence of gout. Today, you can explore what is the connection between gout and kidney failure through their symptoms and tr...Read More

Potassium And Renal Failure

Renal failure is characterized by loss of kidney functions. When the kidneys are severely damaged, it can not maintain internal balances of water, electrolytes, minerals. Metabolic acidosis, metabolic disorders of water, electrolyte and aci...Read More

How To Treat Hypernatremia Caused By Kidney Failure

Hypernatremia is very common among kidney failure patients especially if the patient has diabetes or high blood glucose levels. It is called hypernatremia in clinic when sodium concentration in the blood is more than 150mmol/l. Sodium plays...Read More

How to Manage Hypocalcemia in Kidney Failure

Kidney failure patients are running a high risk for hypocalcemia which may bring them various bone problems like bone pain and bone fracture. Hypocalcemia is the presence of low serum calcium levels in the blood and can be caused by kidney...Read More

Why Does Renal Failure Cause Metabolic Acidosis

Renal failure patients will have many symptoms and discomforts among which metabolic acidosis, water and electrolytes disorders are the most common. Metabolic acidosis is due to excessive accumulation of acidic substances in the blood due t...Read More

Sodium Retention Causes Edema in Kidney Failure

Serious sodium retetion can cause edema in kidney failure, also it can worsen high blood pressure symptom. Salt is the number one source of sodium, so kidney failure patients are usually suggested to limit salt intake. How sodium retenion c...Read More

Harms of Hyperkalemia in Kidney Failure

Hyperkalemia is diagnosed when potassium level in blood is higher than 5.5mmol/L (the referance value of it may differs from country to country) and kidney failure is the msot common cause of it. Hyperkalemia is harmful for our body and for...Read More

Hypocalcemia Is Affected In Renal Failure

Kidneys play vital role in regulating and balancing phosphorus and calcium in the blood. Kidney functions are severely damaged in renal failure that patients often have metabolic disorder of phosphorus and calcium---high serum phosphorus an...Read More

How to Lower High Potassium Due to Kidney Failure

How to lower high potassium caused by kidney failure? Potassium is one of the essential trace elements of our body and it helps our muscle work well. Potassium level has a close relationship with kidney function and for people with kidney f...Read More

What Are The Symptoms of Chronic Kidney Failure

Chronic kidney failure can be classified into 5 stages according to the severity of renal damages and the remaining kidney functions. Each stage has different clinical symptoms. Besides typical symptoms of most kidney diseases such as edema...Read More