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Nephrologists are specialists in the field of medicine who diagnose and treat disorders related to the kidneys. The kidneys are responsible for filtering and removing waste and excess fluid from the body. Any damage to the kidneys can lead to serious health issues. A nephrologist in Delhi is a medical professional with specialized training and expertise in treating kidney-related diseases. In Del..

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We call kidney failure the condition in which the kidneys lose the ability to carry out their basic functions. Kidney failure can be acute, when there is a sudden and rapid loss of kidney function, or chronic, when this loss is slow, progressive and irreversible. Therefore, chronic kidney failure, also called chronic kidney disease (CKD), is a disease characterized by the slow and continuous loss..

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WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW: An arteriovenous fistula, also called an AVF, is a surgical connection of an artery directly to a vein. This is usually done in those who need hemodialysis. Hemodialysis is a treatment to treat acute (sudden) and chronic (long-term) kidney failure. A machine that works like your real kidneys is used to clean waste from your blood. The AVF will act as a bridge for blood to ..

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The aphorism of 'wellbeing is abundance' can never be questioned. Each organ of our body is fundamental. However, it is additionally inclined to illnesses and harms. One such organ is our Kidney. We have two kidneys, and regardless of whether one of them neglects to answer well, there is a need to look for help. Nephrologists are the experts to fix kidney illnesses and glitches. In any cas..

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What is Achilles tendon rupture? An Achilles tendon rupture or rupture occurs when the tendon “ruptures or tears” leading to separation or discontinuity in the tissues that make up the tendon. In terms of anatomy, the Achilles tendon, a sort of fibrous “ribbon” or “cord” that connects muscle to bone, is the largest and strongest tendon in the body that conne..

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The kidney is one of the most important organs of our body. It filters the blood and extracts the waste from it, produces urine and helps in other functions of the body. Due to Chronic kidney disease, it stops filtering the blood which may lead to kidney failure. When that happens, there is a buildup of fluids, extra salt and harmful waste in your body which needs immediate treatment. If left un..

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Nanodialysis is bringing innovative products into the market of blood purification and dialysis based on nanostructured materials. Nanomaterials offer a great potential for the detoxification of blood allowing miniaturization of blood treatment and dialysis devices. The focus is on the following product lines. Sorption materials and catalytic processes to improve blood purification in current dial..

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this is a blog for all the patients undergoing dealysis or patients who are new to dialysis, to clear the confusiona about the myths of dialysis and to make a much more comfortable life.

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International Seminar on 'GLOMERULAR DISEASES' being organized at Muljibhai Patel Urological Hospital, Nadiad, on 19-20 August 2011 Kidney diseases have attained epidemic proportion all over the world. End stage renal (kidney) disease (ESRD) affects as much as 1.8% of our population and about 17% are at a risk of developing kidney diseases. Treatment of ESRD is beyond the means of common m..

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End stage renal disease (ESRD) occurs when chronic kidney disease worsens to the point at which kidney function is less than 10 % of normal. The kidneys fail to function at a level needed for day-to-day life. Kidneys main function is to remove wastes and excess of water from the body, which gets accumulated in renal failure leading to toxicity. The treatment includes kidney transplant or dialysi..

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