Three Ways to Help You Reduce Workload of Kidneys and Protect Renal Function

We all know that the kidney is the detoxification organ of the body. It is more like a filter net in image. After the whole bodys blood flows through the kidney, it will leave useful substances through its own filtering function, and automa...

Can Kidney Patients Use NSAIDs

Because studies have shown that NSAIDs is associated with acute and Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), patients with CKD or at risk for CKD rarely use NSAIDs. Then, can kidney patients use NSAIDs? What to note when using them? Can kidney patient...

Six Drugs for Lowering Proteinuria

Urinary protein, as the most common factor leading to the progress of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), is of great significance to reduce it to 0.5g/24h. The following drugs have definite hypoproteinuric effects. 1. Glucocorticoids At the begi...

How to Treat Renal Anemia

In recent years, there are more and more evidences about the epidemiology and treatment of renal anemia. In order to adapt to the development and changes of clinical diagnosis and treatment in China and regulate the management of renal anem...

4 Causes for Tuberculosis In CKD Patients

The link between chronic kidney disease (CKD) and tuberculosis (TB) has been known for more than 40 years, but little is known about the interaction between these two diseases. Why are Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) vulnerable to tuberculosis...

How Do Electrolytes Affect Kidney Function

For kidney patients, it is likely for them to have electrolyte disorders. Without timely treatment, the disorders can cause further kidney damage. How do electrolytes affect kidney function? Read on to learn more information. Regulating ele...

Is Turbid Urine A Sign Of Kidney Disease

Urine is mainly filtered and produced by the kidneys to remove toxins from the body. Changes in the appearance of urine, such as color or odor, may indicate a urinary system disorder. Then, does turbid urine mean there is something wrong wi...

How To Choose Treatment Plan for Kidney Disease With Hepatitis C

Hepatitis c virus (HCV) infection is common at clinic, and HCV mortality is higher in dialysis and kidney transplantation patients than in the general population. The risk of patients with HCV positive renal transplant recipients and liver...

Three Commonly Used Drugs for Kidney Disease

For patients with impaired renal function, with the progression of renal disease, there will be a variety of symptoms, such as typical proteinuria, hypertension, edema, anemia, high blood potassium, etc.. In order to avoid accelerating Kidn...