Hypertension effect on kidney

Individuals suffering from a wide range of kidney infections and hypertension, including chronic or severe kidney diseases, kidney stones, hypertension due to any cause, safe or secondary hypertension, cystic kidney disease, acquired kidney disease, abnormalities in liquid and electrolyte homeostasis, kidney problems related to pregnancy, nephritis, glomerulonephritis, vascular kidney disease, and others. When the pressure of blood on vein dividers increases to a point where it causes pain, hypertension results. A blood pressure reading of 130/80 or higher is considered high for individuals with diabetes or chronic renal disease. Several types of renal disease can result in hypertension.


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