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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This will enable us to address the health-care needs arising from the increasing number of Filipinos with chronic kidney failure, as shown in the PRDR data,' said Mabel Callera, GM for provider's business, Fresenius Medical Care Phils.
Most of the literature on chronic kidney failure in children is written by health care professionals with very little understanding of the perspective of the children dealing with its impact on their daily life (Richards, 2008).
In chronic kidney failure, there is an irreversible deterioration in renal function.
Chronic Kidney Disease is also known as chronic kidney failure, characterized by gradual loss of kidney function.
Increased PTH concentration is associated with primary hyperparathyroidism (1) (associated with increased calcium), secondary hyperparathyroidism, 25-OH-vitamin-D deficiency, magnesium deficiency, or chronic kidney failure (associated with decreased calcium).
Their results may help scientists understand how these progenitor cells become renal cells in the developing fetus, and possibly offer a future way to foster renal regeneration after chronic kidney failure or acute injury.
Adam, 28, was diagnosed with chronic kidney failure in 2013 following a high blood pressure reading at his doctor's surgery.
It provides dialysis care services and products to individuals with chronic kidney failure. It develops and manufactures a comprehensive range of dialysis machines, systems and disposable products.
Excessive thirst In elderly cats, this is the most common sign of chronic kidney failure.
Chronic kidney failure is a rare (1 in 2000 people may develop it) long-term medical condition that involves the inability of the kidneys to complete their fundamental functions, including the removal of toxic wastes and excess water, involvement in maintaining the health and strength of the bones or in controlling blood pressure and the production of red blood cells.
Chronic kidney failure is a disease which is increasingly recognized as a public health problem.
TOKYO, July 7 (KUNA) -- A Japanese man listed as the world's oldest person has died of chronic kidney failure at the age of 112 in Tokyo, the municipal office said Tuesday.
He died of chronic kidney failure at a hospital in Tokyo on Sunday.
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