chronic kidney failure

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Synonyms for chronic kidney failure

renal failure that can result from a variety of systemic disorders

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Professor Kumar highlighted the existing and rapidly rising burden of chronic kidney disease in Pakistan, and emphasized the need f or prompt screening for the presence of kidney disease by simple blood and urine test of men and
The Sit Less, Interact, Move More Intervention for Sedentary Behavior in Chronic Kidney Disease clinical trial is recruiting participants with CKD to find out whether decreasing time spent sitting and increasing walking time will result in less belly fat and improved physical function and quality of life.
This indicates a significant association of chronic kidney disease with insulin resistance.
It also suggests hypotheses for why the overall intellectual and educational outcomes of children with chronic kidney disease are reduced compared with the general population, and how best to prevent deficits,' Chen added.
Their analysis included 1,044 individuals with chronic kidney disease.
Their mission, individually and collectively, is to ensure: Chronic kidney disease patients receive optimal care; Chronic kidney disease patients are able to live quality lives; Dialysis care is readily accessible to all those in need; and Research and development lead to enhanced therapies and innovative products.
More than 1400 people in the study being treated for HIV had been diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, and more than 900 had experienced a cardiovascular disease event.
Vadadustat is an oral HIF stabiliser currently in Phase 3 development for the treatment of anemia related to chronic kidney disease.
Lifestyle changes to increase physical activity, improve nutrition, and lose weight have been shown to prevent or delay type 2 diabetes among persons at risk (4), and might offer the greatest benefit in preventing chronic kidney disease.
Chronic kidney disease has emerged as a grave public health trouble.
The risk classification for chronic kidney disease using suPAR was greater than existing and well-established risk factors such as C-reactive protein and B-type natriuretic peptide, wrote Dr.
Every tenth Kyrgyzstani suffers from chronic kidney disease, said the Minister of Health at a conference entitled "Healthy Kidneys for All".
A new test for chronic kidney disease in cats has identified its onset an average of 17 months earlier than existing methods, according to a small study published in the Veterinary Journal.
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