Created at July 2, 2018

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] A nephrotic syndrome is a kidney disorder that results in the leakage of excess protein in the urine leading to proteinuria. The damage in the blood vessels of the kidneys, that filter waste, and water, leads to nephrotic syndrome. Nephrotic syndrome results in various symptoms like: Swelling in legs, feet, […]

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How Long Can Someone Live Once Their Kidne...

Created at June 15, 2018

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] Kidneys and its problems The kidneys are two organs, shaped like beans. They are roughly one inch thick, three inches wide and five inches long. They are located along the spine, below the ribs. There are nephrons inside the kidney, which help to filter out impurities. In addition, there are […]

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Kidney blood test results borderline - Kar...

Created at June 4, 2018

[Total: 1    Average: 5/5] Kidney disease Kidneys are made from millions of functional units called nephrons that work together to perform various function such as: Filtering the blood for metabolic waste and excess water Initiation of blood-producing hormones Maintain the level of nutrients and water in the body Flushing out toxic waste in the […]

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High Creatinine Causes – Karma Ayurveda ...

Created at May 17, 2018

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] All about kidneys The main function of the kidneys is to remove metabolic waste and extra fluid from the blood. The kidneys processes around 200L of blood every day and produce urine to flush out the waste. The kidneys also perform the function of regulating levels of various minerals such […]

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Chronic Renal Failure Causes and Symptoms,...

Created at May 14, 2018

[Total: 1    Average: 5/5] What Is Chronic Renal Failure? Chronic kidney disease is a condition in which the damaged kidneys are not able to work the way they should. The kidneys perform the important job of filtering the blood. They remove metabolic waste products and extra fluid out from the body as urine. If […]

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