What is chronic kidney disease (CKD)?
What is chronic kidney disease? The kidneys filter waste and excess fluid from the blood. As kidneys fail, waste builds up. Symptoms develop slowly and are not specific to the disease. Some people haven’t any symptoms in the least and are diagnosed by a lab test. Medication helps manage symptoms.
General Guidance for Dialysis Unit A sign board to report any fever, coughing or breathing problem in dialysis unit and waiting area. All staff should strictly follow hand hygiene. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands Protocol to be made and inform to concerned authorities if our
Kidney Stones Stones can be in kidneys, ureter, urinary bladder or urethra. It is very common in Haryana and Punjab areas because of weather conditions and genetic susceptibility. Sometimes the kidney stone formers (metabolic stone former), usually run in family. What are kidney stones? As we all know that kidneys
Kidney Transplant Vs Dialysis
Dialysis vs kidney transplant – which is right for me? Dialysis and kidney transplantation are the treatment for advanced stage of kidney failure. Kidney transplantation is for end stage renal disease and should have a family donor for replacement. Dialysis is the process of taking care of your failure kidney
Kidney Cyst Kidney cyst is a fluid filled pouch that extends in your kidney. Kidney is the bean shaped organ which filter wastes out of your bloodstream to produce urine. People may have one cyst in your kidney or multiple cysts in both kidneys. Cysts are mainly of two types:
kidney transplant
All you need to know about kidney transplant Living kidney transplantation is a surgical treatment of placing a healthy kidney from a donor's body who is living. A deceased (brain dead or after donor’s death) donor's kidney can be helpful by placing the kidney through surgical treatment to the patient