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How can I cure kidney stones?

Dr. Paul Velt Dr. Velt
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How can I cure kidney stones?

Cure?: Depends on what they are made of. Uric acid stone are one type others are made of such elements are oxalate and others. Preventing them is best achieved with diet but and this is key with your doctors help. Some diet fads may make it worse. Once formed you may need help getting them out. Good luck ...Read more

Kidney (Definition)

The kidneys are paired organs that lie on either side of the vertebral column. Part of their critical functions include the excretion of urine and removal of nitrogenous wastes products from the blood. They regulate acid-base, electrolyte, fluid balance and blood pressure. Through hormonal signals, the kidneys control the ...Read more


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How to treat kidney failure patients?

How to treat kidney failure patients?

See a nephrologist. : Generally, good blood pressure control and avoidance of agents toxic to kidneys are mainstays of treatment, but certain kidney disorders require more specific therapies. A nephrologist can help advise you on specific treatments. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how nephrosclerosis lead to chronic kidney failure?

Can you tell me how nephrosclerosis lead to chronic kidney failure?

Kidney failure: The term hypertensive nephrosclerosis has traditionally been used to describe a clinical syndrome characterized by long-term essential hypertension, left ventricular hypertrophy, minimal proteinuria, and progressive renal insufficiency. All of these are signs of poorly treated hypertension. If BP is not well controlled, end stage organ damage, heart, kidney and brain damage will occur. ...Read more

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Help plz! Can renal failure be cured entirely?

Help plz! Can renal failure be cured entirely?

Renal failure treatm: Renal failure is irreversible,can be controlled unlikely to be cured,options would be renal dialysis,in end stage failure transplant,,requiring anti rejection meds,even trap landed kidneys can fail ...Read more

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How can renal/kidney failure be detected?

How can renal/kidney failure be detected?

Simple tests: A few blood and urine tests are sufficient to make a diagnosis. It's really quite easy. ...Read more

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What oral medicines can cause kidney failure (renal failure)?

What oral medicines can cause kidney failure (renal failure)?

Plenty: Some of the common ones are some over the counter pain killers, antibiotics like aminoglycosides, amphotericin b, chemotherapy drugs. Here is an article as well: http://www.Kidneydoctorbradenton.Org/2013/06/how-do-some-over-counter-pain.Html. ...Read more

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How is kidney failure usually treated?

How is kidney failure usually treated?

Dialysis or transpla: If you mean complete shutdown of the kidney, then it would mean dialysis either through blood ie hemodialysis or through the stomach called peritoneal dialysis. If the loss of kidney function was gradual, your doctor could send you to get listed for a kidney transplant if your function is less than 20% or you could have a relative or friend donate a kidney. ...Read more

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How can nsaids cause renal failure?

How can nsaids cause renal failure?

Prostaglandins: Nsaids inhibit prostaglandins, the bad ones that cause inflammation but also the good ones that help make your stomach coating and help maintain good blood flow in the kidneys. Over time, chronic NSAID use can cause kidney failure. ...Read more

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How can I prevent kidney disease?

How can I prevent kidney disease?

Healthy lifestyle: The most common causes of kidney disease is hypertension and high blood glucose. Thus making sure your blood pressure is controlled and that you watch your weight so you decrease your likelihood of becomming a diabetic will help. Also stopping smoking if you do smoke will help. Some forms of kidney disease are unavoidable though. ...Read more

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How to control phorphorus during renal disease?

How to control phorphorus during renal disease?

Phosphorus control: If you are talking about reducing elevated phosphorus (P) levels in patients with kidney failure, P levels are brought down by two drugs. One is P binders that prevent P from being absorbed in the intestine. If those patients have high parathyroid hormone levels (PTH), drugs like cinacalcet reduce serum P levels by preventing it and calcium from being liberated from the bone by PTH. ...Read more

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What is kidney failure? How can it be treated/prevented?

Can be preventable: Leading causes of kidney failure are diabetes and high blood pressure; kidney failure is often preventable. When kidneys fail, a person cannot excrete the body's toxins or excess fluids. They become anemic because of the lack of epo - put out by the kidneys to stimulate red cell production. Heart disease is virtually inseparable from kidney failure. Dialysis and transplant are treatments. ...Read more

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How much biotin intake can cause renal failure?

How much biotin intake can cause renal failure?

Unknown toxicity: Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin involved in essential pathways of cellular metabolism. Biotin deficiency is rare, as it is found in many foods, while overt toxicity is unknown. Oral biotin supplementation has been tolerated in doses up to 200,000 mcg per day in patients with biotin metabolism disorders or 5,000 mcg per day in normal adults. Note: the RDA for normal adults is 25-35 mcg per day. ...Read more

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How can you cure diastolic heart failure?

How can you cure diastolic heart failure?

Cure diastolic CHF: There is no cure and currently the only treatments aside from experimental are to work on causes such as controlling hypertension, avoiding obesity, treating sleep apnea. Avoiding tachycardia may also be helpful. ...Read more

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How frequently does rhabdomyolysis lead to kidney failure?

How frequently does rhabdomyolysis lead to kidney failure?

Variable: Depends on the degree of muscle injury/breakdown and whether the patient was adequately hydrated and acidosis was adequately treated in the acute episode. Mannitol is used as a diuretic to maintain maximal urinary flow to avoid injury to the kidney as well. ...Read more

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How can I tell what stage of kidney failure i'm at?

How can I tell what stage of kidney failure i'm at?

Ask your doctor: Kidney disease stage is primarily determined by estimated glomerular filtration rate. This is calculated from lab studies using one of several equations. Your doctor may prefer one method for estimation, and s/he will be able to tell you how your function level is calculated. ...Read more

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How long can one live with stage 4 kidney failure, without dialysis?

How long can one live with stage 4 kidney failure, without dialysis?

Stage 4 CKD, HD: At ckd stage 4, one does not need dialysis. The time before a patient starts on dialysis depends on what the causes for the ckd, how well it is being controlled, e.g. Diabetes or hbp and the age of the patient. The nephrologist (n) treating this patient is in a much better position to answer your question. What does the patient's n say about the start of renal replacement therapy? ...Read more

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How does digoxin help treat heart failure?

How does digoxin help treat heart failure?

Helps muscle: Digoxin helps the molecules in heart muscle involved with muscle contraction to work better, resulting in heart muscle contracting better and the heart to pump better ... ...Read more

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How can I manage congestive heart failure?

How can I manage congestive heart failure?

Less water and salt: Daily weight to make sure that the salt and water retention is not getting worse. The main treatment is using water pills to take the water load off your heart. However, the most important step is salt restriction 2000 milligram per day and fluid intake restriction less than 50 ounces per day (6 of the 8 ounce cups including the moisture in the food). ...Read more

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Esrd (Definition)

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