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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

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 can you treat renal failure in a preemie?

How can you treat renal failure in a preemie?

Really hard to do: This requires the expertise and skills of a pediatric kidney doctor. Diet modification, dialysis, avoiding complications, and treating the underlying cause can be effective in my experience. ...Read more

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How to treat kidney stone?

How to treat kidney stone?

See below: Please consult this site for information on this topic. http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/kidney-stones/basics/definition/con-20024829 ...Read more

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How can you treat kidney stones?

How can you treat kidney stones?

Depends upon: Size & composition of stones. Stones smaller than 5mm usually pass on their own & treated with high fluid intake & possibly flomax (tamsulosin). May require ureteroscopic break up & extraction if stuck & causing obstruction. Shockwave lithotripsy for stones uup to 15 mm in diameter. Percutaneous lithotripsy if larger than 15 mm or staghorn stone. May require medication if 2 much calcium or uric acid in urine. ...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 to treat kidney stones?

How to treat kidney stones?

Kidney stone.: Kidney stones up to 5mm in size will predictably pass on their own. Just drink plenty of water so you produce a lot of urine, dilate those ureters and allow the stone to pass. It may hurt while it's on its way out, but it'll pass. Bigger stones will likely get stuck and will cause tremendous pain and will have to be removed by lithotripsy or cystoscopy. ...Read more

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How to treat kidney stones?

How to treat kidney stones?

Fluids, pain relief: Kidney stones classically cause sudden severe lower back pain, which radiates to the groin, may be associated with nausea. Commonly blood in the urine. May be precipitated by dehydration, so drink plenty. Pain may be eased with NSAID medication such as Diclofenac, or Ibuprofen. If persisting pain, fever, or known impairment of kidney function recommend Dr review same day! ...Read more

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How to treat heart failure disease naturally?

How to treat heart failure disease naturally?

Limit salt, weigh: Weigh yourself daily at the same time in the same clothes. If there is a 2lb or more gain notify md. Limit sodium chloride intake and check food labels carefully for sodium chloride content. Eat small frequent meals low in fat and glycemic index. ...Read more

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How long does it take for somone with microalbumin to progress to kidney failure.

How long does it take for somone with microalbumin to progress to kidney failure.

Varies: Presence of Albumin or protein in urine is just one sign of kidney damage. The higher the level of protein in urine the quicker the progression of kidney disease. There are several other factors such as blood pressure control, diabetic control that are important. Generally speaking microalbumin is low level of protein in urine which means the kidney damage is at very early stages. ...Read more

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How to best treat erectile failure?

How to best treat erectile failure?

See a urologist: Viagra (sildenafil) like drugs work well but you should see a specialist. See a good urologist. ...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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What is dialysis and how is it used to treat kidney failure?

What is dialysis and how is it used to treat kidney failure?

Dialysis: The process of dialysis is to take blood out of a patient who has kidney failure and send that blood through a dialysis machine. Inside the machine, blood is filtered, somewhat like a normal kidney but much less effiiciently taking out waster and water that has accumulated in the blood. The processed blood is then returned to the patient. Typically, dialysis takes place for 4 hrs 3 days/wk. ...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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How often to kidney stints fail?

How often to kidney stints fail?

Not often: Assuming you mean a stent in the renal artery and not a ureteral stent...The failure rate is very low and should be clinically obvious. For a ureteral stent it is a simple matter to replace or reposition. ...Read more

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If teens get lymphocytic myocarditis, how long it takes to worsen to heart failure ?

If teens get lymphocytic myocarditis, how long it takes to worsen to heart failure ?

Every person unique: I urge you to contact your cardiologist. They are the only doctors in a position to evaluate you child and determine how quickly the condition is changing, if at all. ...Read more

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How can you manage kidney stones?

How can you manage kidney stones?

Kidney stones: Most of the stones can pass out spontaneously but 1 in 5 stones don't. Management of kidney stones depends on the number of stones, kind of stone, she of stone and location of stone. Urologist would be the best person to guide about the management . http://patient.info/doctor/urinary-tract-stones-urolithiasis ...Read more

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How can I treat horseshoe kidney?

How can I treat horseshoe kidney?

None required: Horseshoe kidney is usually two normal kidneys joined together in midline. Junction or isthmus can be anything from thick kidney tissue to a fibrous band. In past drs thought isthmus had 2b divided, this is almost always unnecessary ; then only with strong evidence that it is causing pain. Sometimes associated with ureteral obstruction ; hydronephrosis which can be corrected by a good urologist. ...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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Dr. Tarek Naguib
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Kidney Failure (Definition)

A condition in which your kidneys suddenly stop working normally. Since your kidneys remove waste products and help balance water and salt and other minerals (electrolytes) in your blood, when your kidneys stop working, waste products, fluids, and electrolytes build up in your body. This can cause problems ...Read more


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Esrd (Definition)

End stage renal disease (ESRD) = final stage ...Read more