Dialysis has prolonged life of many patients with Acute Renal failure and Chronic Kidney Disease owing to irreversible nature of the disease and renal transplant not being an open option for all patients.
Since the nurse usually engage in the taking care of patients with chronic kidney problems then it requires an individual to have better skills and motivated to carry out this practice, it is regarded to [...]
On the contrary, intrarenal acute renal failure is associated solely with the processes in the main parts of the kidney, such as glomeruli, interstitium, intrarenal blood vessels, and tubules.
The statistics show the percentage of the population having CKD and the relation between demographic factors and the risk of developing this disease.
Each of the mentioned subgroups is characterized by the presence of risk factors that contribute to the disease aggravation and lead to further hospitalization.
Timely intervention and the search for appropriate treatment can help to reduce the impact of the ailment on the human body, and the use of various methods to combat the disease can be effective in [...]
The role of the kidney is to filter waste substances from the blood and get rid of them through the urine.
The test can help discover what is the basis of the patient's urinary issue. The antegrade pyelogram may also be used to evaluate the state of the patient's kidneys.
In the case of the current patient, the condition has evolved due to the response of inflammatory mediators to the bacteria.
The results of the physical examination of the patient suggest that the reason for emergency department presentation is renal/uretric colic, which is "the clinical syndrome of acute flank pain with a cyclical intensity which may [...]
In the context of the descriptive study, the instruments of a mixed design will be important. In the process of research, the initial hospital records data will be enlarged.
The clinic question is whether the consistent checkups, close monitoring, and nursing interventions improve the outcomes in the CKD patients compared to the patients who are just being evaluated regularly.
Most probably, the patient has kidney stones because the outcomes of his urinalysis are not within the norm, and there is inflammation.
In contrast, Urolithiasis is the condition that implies the accumulation of stones in the urinary tract. In case the patient requires more drugs, his symptoms must be assessed once again.
The patient's laboratory examination indicated a glucose level of 750mg/dL, a pH level of 7. The patient should be offered with saline of 0.
Among the many roles that the kidney plays in the body, the most critical one is the control of the composition and the fluid volume in the body.
As stated earlier on this is the most common version of PKD and as suggested by the name, the disease is so serious such that in a family where one parent suffers from the disease [...]
The variables used in this article are can help to gain a clear understanding of the different factors that contribute to healthcare disparities.
Healthcare and quality of life, as one of the most crucial aspects in human life in the current century, face challenges from racial and ethnical differences in the US.
This paper assesses the magnitude of CKD, develops a program, and sets objectives on how the program can be used to achieve the aim of the Healthy People 2020 in relation to CKD.
CKD is regarded as both a community and public health issue as a result of four main reasons: firstly, the disease places a huge burden on the community, which continues to grow despite the numerous [...]
The most common form of treatment that substitutes the lost functions of the kidney is kidney transplant. The blood of the patients is made to flow into the dialyzer.