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Four Tests Should Be Done Early to Prevent Kidney Disease from Getting Worse

Four Tests Should Be Done Early to Prevent Kidney Disease from Getting Worse

As an important organ of the body, the kidney plays an important role in the body, which is mainly reflected in the three functions including the generation of urine, namely the function of detoxification, the regulation of endocrine...Read More

These Indicators About Kidney Disease You Should Know

These Indicators About Kidney Disease You Should Know

Some key indicators in the course of kidney disease treatment can reflect the status of renal function and the development trend of the disease, which are equivalent to the signal light of kidney disease. ...Read More

Lymphocyte Subsets Testing for Kidney Disease

Lymphocyte Subsets Testing for Kidney Disease

Today I would like to introduce a less concerned but very important test item -- lymphocyte subsets. After the blood is drawn, the blood sample is examined by flow cytometry (BDFACSCanto flow cytometry in our hospital is shown in the figure...Read More

Three Kinds of Kidney Disease Does Not Need Renal Biopsy

Three Kinds of Kidney Disease Does Not Need Renal Biopsy

To make a clear diagnosis, you may be suggested to do renal biopsy. But in fact, three kinds of kidney disease does not need renal biopsy, and eight kinds of kidney patients can not do renal biopsy. In this article, let’s have a quick look...Read More

5 of the Most Difficult Kidney Diseases to Treat

5 of the Most Difficult Kidney Diseases to Treat

Refractory nephropathy is a kind of kidney disease that can not get remission with conventional medicine, or relapses frequently after temporary remission. Twenty years later, more than 50% of refractory nephropathy patients progress to uremia...Read More

The 3 Most Important Tests for Kidney Disease

The 3 Most Important Tests for Kidney Disease

Nowadays more and more people get kidney disease, but not many of them have a clear mind of this disease. In this article, we will talk about the 3 most important tests for kidney disease. Hope it can help you. ...Read More

How Fast Does Chronic Kidney Disease Progress

How Fast Does Chronic Kidney Disease Progress

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a gradual decline of kidney function. How fast does chronic kidney disease progress? If you are interested in this topic, go on reading to learn more information. For some patients, it takes a dozen of years,...Read More

What Does Kidneys That Function at 45% Mean

What Does Kidneys That Function at 45% Mean

What does kidneys that function at 45% mean ? If your kidney function keeps declining even though you seek treatment aggressively, this article will help you a lot in protecting kidney function or even promote it. Kidney function 45% means...Read More

5 Stages of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)

5 Stages of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)

CKD is a chronic disease, which usually develops slowly. It is classified into five stages. Do you know which stage you are in? In this article, lets have a quick look at the 5 stages and its prognosis. If you have any questions when you re...Read More

What Happens when Your Kidneys Start Shutting down

What Happens when Your Kidneys Start Shutting down

What happens when your kidneys start shutting down? If you are suspicious of yourself with kidney disease, go on reading to learn more information. In fact, in the early stage of kidney disease, you do not have any symptoms, or the symptoms...Read More

What GFR Range Indicates CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease)

What GFR Range Indicates CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease)

What GRR (Glomerular Filtration Rate) range indicates CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease)? Follow to to get some facts about GFR and CKD. Any questions, please email to kidney-symptoms@hotmail.com or consult our doctors online directly. What is GF...Read More

Does Back Pain Always Indicate Kidney Disease

Does Back Pain Always Indicate Kidney Disease

Once back pain occurs, people are worried that it may be caused by kidney disease. The truth is back pain is not the most accurate sign of kidney problems. In general, kidney stone, nephropyelitis and kidney cyst are the common causes of ba...Read More

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