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Kidney Failure- A Catastrophe

Kidney failure simply means that the functionality of kidney is reduced by 85-90%, GFR (Glomerular Filtration rate) falls below 15 and kidneys aren’t able to support you enough to stay alive! Your kidneys don’t fail instantly but gradually decrease their functionality. Usually, the symptoms of kidney failure show up quite late.

Kidney failure leads to the rise in the amount of creatinine in the body, which is a factor to calculate the GFR. As the amount of creatinine in blood increases, GFR of the kidney decreases. When kidney failure occurs, some people may have nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, weakness, muscle cramps, itching, and tiredness.
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Kidney failure has no cure but treatment which will help the affected to lead a normal life. Some people live a long, healthy and fulfilling life even after kidney failure with the aid of treatments.
There are five types of kidney failure:-

1.      Acute pre-renal kidney failure- This occurs due to reduced blood flow to the kidneys that reduces the ability of kidneys to filter toxins.
2.      Acute intrinsic kidney failure- It happens due to physical impact on kidneys caused by an accident. The causes of this type of failure also include toxin overload and ischemia.
3.      Chronic pre-renal kidney failure- Low amount of blood flow to the kidneys for a prolonged period of time causes this type of kidney failure.
4.      Chronic intrinsic kidney failure- This happens due to intrinsic kidney disease that causes severe bleeding or a lack of oxygen.
5.      Chronic post-renal kidney failure- Long-term blockage of the urinary tract causes this type of renal failure.

Symptoms of Kidney Failure

Generally, people with kidney failure will have a few symptoms but sometimes no symptoms may show up. Some of the probable symptoms are:
·         Reduction in the amount of urine
·         Swelling in the ankle, legs, and feet due to the retention of the fluids caused by the inability of the kidney to eliminate water waste
·         Unexplained shortness of breath
·         Confusion
·         Pain or pressure in the chest
·         Coma
·         Seizures
·         Excessive fatigue
·         Nausea

Some early signs of kidney failure are as follows:-
·         Reduced urination
·         Shortness of breath
·         Swelling in the limbs due to fluid retention

Best Kidney Treatment

Getting a good kidney treatment is a tough job. There are only a handful of experts in India who have good experience in the field and can provide good treatment. However, one such doctor is ‘Dr. B. Vijay Kiran’. He is one of the finest kidney doctors you’ll ever meet. He is a specialist in kidney transplantation, renal biopsy, and pediatric nephrology. He is an award-winning kidney specialist in Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS), Hyderabad.
The best hospital in Telangana to provide the best kidney treatment is NIMS. It is a government kidney hospital that offers top-notch kidney treatments and services so that the patients can lead a long and happy life! The treatment provided in this hospital is ethical as well as evidence-based. If you’re having kidney problems, you should contact NIMS as soon as possible; these experts will provide you with the best treatments that’ll help you live a fulfilling life.

-Dr. B. Vijay Kiran

About the author

Dr. B. Vijay Kiran is a highly qualified doctor, who has completed- MBBS, MD, DM (Nephrology), DNB (Nephrology), MNAMS, FPN, MRCP, SCE (UK) - Nephrology. He is a specialist in renal biopsy, kidney transplantation, and pediatric nephrology. He is the best kidney doctor for kids. He has a doctor’s clinic in Telangana, Hyderabad. He also serves as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Nephrology, Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences, Telangana, Hyderabad.

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