A new finding have released last week which have suggested that a simple screening test for the protection of urine can be used for identifying the individual who in general are living at highest risk of rapid kidney function decline. By keeping the link with this fact various scientists have stated “This test is quite being able Read more
A revolutionary study shows that the possibility of babies who are born prematurely to suffer from kidney disease later in life is higher than babies who are born at the end of the complete pregnancy term. The study was undertaken to research the impact of premature babies on the development of their kidneys.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommended lower dosage to check the cardiovascular events related to Erythropoiesis-Stimulating Agents (ESAs) which are used in anemia treatment for patients with chronic kidney diseases. Stroke, thrombosis and even death are the cardiovascular effects related to the dosing.