Chronic Kidney Disease

Chronic kidney diseases (CKD), categorized as persistent disorders, encompass conditions that inflict damage on the kidneys, compromising their ability to effectively eliminate waste through abnormal functionality. As chronic kidney disease progresses, there is a buildup of waste at elevated levels in the blood, leading to feelings of illness. This condition can give rise to complications such as anemia, high blood pressure, weakened bones, nerve damage, and compromised nutritional health. Furthermore, chronic kidney disease heightens the risk of developing coronary thrombosis and heart-related issues. These complications may manifest gradually over an extended period. The primary culprits behind chronic kidney disease are diabetes and hypertension.

  • Blood pressure
  • Nerve damage
  • Coronary thrombosis

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