Kidney Failure Treatment

Diabetes and high blood pressure can lead to kidney failure.There are high chances of kidney infection immediately after a kidney transplant. Long term use of the anti-inflammatory drugs can cause kidney damage and ultimately kidney failure.

Diabetes and high blood pressure can lead to kidney failure.There are high chances of kidney infection immediately after a kidney transplant. Long term use of the anti-inflammatory drugs can cause kidney damage and ultimately kidney failure. ... More

Health Q&A
Swelling on abdomen,face

I am a diabetic patient since 11 years.From last 5 months I am having swelling on face ,legs and abdomen.I have done my kft and rft and lipid test.my cretaine level in blood is 0.97 and albumin in urine is 49. My LDL cholesterol is 75. What is the reason of swelling? If you want any others details I can give you or mail as I have all my reports with me.

Kidney swelling

Hello sir my father has so much pain in right side of kidney and liver .please suggest us what we do and what problem is this?

Creatine 5.17,acute pain

My father's creatine level is 5.17. He is diabetic n high bp patient. He is suffering from acute body pain and swelling in feets n hands. We can't afford dialysis. Can it be treated by medicine only.Kindly help us.

Doubt?????

I have proteinuria and i have also undergone a biopsy.now the doctors has asked me to take wysolone 10 mg.does this medicine give edema in feet or is it because my proteinuria is increasing FYI my creatinine in 1.0 and uric acid is 19 in blood

Rise in creatinine and

My creatinine level has been increased to 1.46.and my protein creatinine ratio to 0.95. I'm taking these medicines Cap Neoral -100/100 Tab Azoran -75mg Tab wysolone -5mg Tab telma -40mg once Tab prolomet XL--25mg daily Tab inderal - 20mg twice Last month same thing happened. My S.creatinine and creatinine protein ratio increased and doctor prescribed a high dose of wysolone I.e- 30mg After that creatinine level came down to 1.2.. Bt now again it has been increased to 1.46 Doctor has advised us to go for biopsy. Please help me out, sir. Should i go for biopsy. I want ur advice as early as possible..

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Q&a About Kidney Failure, Dialysis and Transplantation

What are the functions of the Kidneys?Remove extra water: The kidneys filter extra water, which the body does not need, in the form of urine. This water comes from the liquids you drink and the foods you eat. The kidneys have the ability to concentrate or dilute your urine, as your ...

World Kidney Day (Wkd)

Why designate a day dedicated to the kidneys?Many people are currently not aware that their kidneys are damaged and they might find out too late. The need for dialysis or transplantation can be avoided if kidney diseases are detected early. Mental trauma and the need for excessive expenditure can ...

Some Devastating Statistics About Chronic Kidney Failure in India

Even as we speak chronic kidney failure is taking a huge  toll on  lakhs of families in India. This is unfortunate because kidney failure is the easiest of all organ failures  to manage.  We have dialysis which can replace kidney function to a significant extent and kidney  is the easiest ...

Overview of Kidney Transplantation

Kidney transplantation remains the best form of renal replacement therapy providing better quality of life and  survival compared to dialysis.  Live related donor transplant still remains the solution of choice in End Stage Kidney Disease (ESKD) patients with the promise of deceased donor ...

Diabetic Kidney Disease - Your Awareness Guide

India is the capital of kidney diseases in the world. Commonest cause of kidney disease in India is diabetes mellitus (DM).There are two types of diabetes. Type 1 is Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus (IDDM), which manifests in childhood and depends only on insulin administration ...

Doctors
Dr. Prashant C Dheerendra - Nephrologist
Dr. Prashant C Dheerendra Nephrologist (DM - Nephrology, MD - Medicine, MBBS) 12 years experience Dharma Kidney Care
210 recommendations Jayanagar 5 Block, Bangalore INR 500
Dr. Arvind C - Nephrologist
Dr. Arvind C Nephrologist (MBBS, DNB - General Medicine, Diploma in Nephrology) 20 years experience The Bangalore Hospital
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Dr. Gokulnath - Nephrologist
Dr. Gokulnath Nephrologist (MBBS, MD, DM - Nephrology, DNB - Nephrology, FRCP) 23 years experience Apollo Hospital
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Dr. Vidyashankar P - Nephrologist
Dr. Vidyashankar P Nephrologist (MBBS, DCH, DNB - Pediatrics, DM - Nephrology) 10 years experience Nephro-Uro Speciality Clinic
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Dr. Dilip Rangarajan - Nephrologist
Dr. Dilip Rangarajan Nephrologist (MBBS, MD - General Medicine, DNB - Nephrology) 37 years experience Nu Hospitals
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