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How to Avoid Dialysis in Renal Parenchymal Disease

Renal parenchymal disease is not an independent disease and it is the general term for a group of renal impairments. Parenchymal indicates the location of the damaged renal tissues. We know that kidney consists of two parts---renal parenchy...Read More

Under What Circumstances is Peritoneal Dialysis is Not Proper

Peritoneal dialysis can be applied to all cases of acute and chronic kidney failure, disorders of water and electrolytes as well as heart failure and poisoning. In recent year, it has found that peritoneal dialysis can slow down decline and...Read More

Common Side Effects Of Dialysis

Dialysis will be suggested by the doctors for end stage renal disease patients to help remove excessive accumulation of water, electrolytes, metabolic wastes and toxins out of the body so as to lower high creatinine and high BUN, relieve sy...Read More

Dialysis And End Stage Renal Failure

At the mention of end stage renal failure, many people would think of dialysis and kidney transplant. Since not every patient has the money and chance to have kidney transplant, most ESRF patients have to rely on dialysis to sustain their l...Read More

Life Expectancy For Patients On Renal Dialysis

Though dialysis can help lower high creatinine, remove excessive metabolic wastes out of the blood and sustain life span for many end stage renal disease patients, it is not very satisfying especially when seen from the long run. Besides su...Read More

Home Nursing Cares for Kidney Disease after Dialysis

Does anyone have any suggestions for things to do after dialysis?...Read More

Will I Need Dialysis with Creatinine 6.4 and Normal Electrolytes

Dialysis mainly includes hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis. It is one important renal replacement therapy for treating end stage renal diseases. It can help replace functions of the failed kidneys to remove excessive water, electrolytes...Read More

Is Creatinine 11 a Dangerous Indicator of Kidney Disease

Creatinine includes serum creatinine and urine creatinine and in most cases it refers to serum creatinine which is the metabolin of the muscle. It is slowly produced through irreversible non-enzymatic dehydration reaction and released into...Read More

Dialysis or Kidney Transplant the Only Treatment of Renal Failure

Kidney failure can be divided into acute kidney failure and chronic kidney failure according to how quickly kidney functions are lost. If caught timely, most acute renal damages can be reversed and part or all kidney functions can be recove...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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