Precautions for CKD patients going for surgery

Overview:  Chronic kidney disease aka CKD is a condition where there’s a gradual loss of kidney function over a period. In this disease, the kidney is damaged and can’t filter blood the way it functions. The main risk factors for developing CKD in your body are diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, and a family history of kidney failure.  What are the symptoms of chronic kidney disease? The symptoms of chronic kidney disease develop over …

Kidney Transplant

Kidney Transplant Overview: Kidneys are very delicate organs of our body. In the case of complete kidney failure, our kidneys are unable to excrete the toxic trash into the urine.  What are its types? The five types of kidney failure include: Acute prerenal kidney failure: Insufficient blood flow results in this. This type of kidney failure can usually be cured, by finding out the reason for the blockage of the blood supply into the body. …

Indian Diet for Kidney Stone Patients

Indian Diet for Kidney Stone Patients We have been taught since our childhood that in order to maintain a healthy body all our organs must work in consonance with each other. But how many of us actually focus on keeping our bodies healthy? In the present times, people are suffering from many kinds of Problems, and due to our lifestyle curing them has become quite challenging. The most prevalent issues are the Kidney Stones also …

Hemodialysis

Introduction Kidneys are a very essential organ of our body. They help in filtering out unwanted substances and purify blood. But what if your kidneys stop working? The harmful substances will accumulate in your body leading to various types of problems and even death in severe cases. In such situations wherein your kidneys have failed, an artificial procedure is required to filter out those unwanted materials from your body by using a medium to enter …

Fluids Intake In Chronic Kidney Disease

Fluids Intake In Chronic Kidney Disease If you ever get stuck on a desert island, there are probable chances to be more thirsty than feeling hungry. As per the studies, we are told since our childhood that 70% of our body is water. An average healthy adult requires up to eight glasses of water everyday to maintain the equilibrium. But what if you are suffering from CKD or any such other kidney disease? Is taking …