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Adverse Effects of Steroids in Treating Kidney Failure

Steroids are common treatment for patients with kidney failure. Steroids help alleviate the proteinuria, hematuria, pain and reduce the inflammation. However, it also brings inevitable adverse effects for patients. Here are the leading 6 ad...Read More

Kidney Failure: Top 7 Ways to Improve Kidney Functions

Kidney failure means the kidneys are failed which can not function well. Here are top 7 ways to improve kidney functions for your reference. - Dialysis: dialysis is a leading way to help kidney failure patients to maintain their life. It he...Read More

How to Treat Anemia Caused by Kidney Failure

Anemia is a common complication caused by kidney failure. How to treat anemia becomes a hot issue in patients. Anemia and Kidney Failure More than 90% patients with kidney failure, suffer from anemia. Kidneys function to produce a hormone n...Read More

Fruits that Patients with Renal Failure and Cysts can Eat

As an inherited disease, Polycystic Kidney Disease may progress into Renal Failure in serious condition. Then what are the beneficial fruits for patients with renal failure and cysts?...Read More

Polycystic Kidney Disease(PKD) and Chronic Renal Failure

For patients with Polycystic Kidney Disease, 50% of them will develop into Chronic Renal Failure eventually. Then what are their relationships? And today we are going to talk about this question:...Read More

PKD Clinic: Can I Repair Damaged Kidney

My creatinine level was 2.01 and now it is 1.91 after 3 days’ medicine. Then, my doctor gives me some medicines and ask me to repeat kidney function test after a few weeks. Can I repair damaged kidney? Is creatinine 2.01 dangerous?...Read More

Polycystic Kidney Disease and Kidney Failure

Polycystic Kidney Disease is the fourth leading cause of kidney failure in some countries. It is reported that one in 500 newborns is diagnosed with ADPKD, which develops kidney failure finally in 50% of cases. Is there an effective treatme...Read More

Is High BUN a Sign of Kidney Failure for PKD

High BUN (blood urea nitrogen) in Polycystic Kidney Disease is a sign of renal dysfunction and due to difficulty of kidney in removing blood urea nitrogen and other wastes. However, is high BUN a sign of kidney failure for PKD? What should...Read More

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