Saturday, December 12, 2009

Signs And Symptoms of Chronic Kidney Disease

Kidney disease is one of a very dangerous disease, so we have a light possible to know the symptoms, so get over it or away from the name kidney disease.

The following are some signs and symptoms of chronic kidney disease:

1. Disturbance Tasting
2. No appetite
3. Nausea and vomiting
4. Losing weight and lethargic
5. Itching
6. Sleep disturbance

7. Hypertension and dilated veins in the neck
8. Fluid in the lining of the heart and lungs
9. Smaller muscles
10. Movements out of control, cramps
11. Rough skin
12. Shortness of breath and confusion

Anyone who can not donate?
1. Age less than 18 or more than 65 years
2. Hypertension
3. Diabetes
4. There are proteins in the urine (more than 250m/24 hours)
5. History of kidney stones
6. Renal function more than 80 ml / min
7. Hematuri or other urology disorders
8. Chronic disease or malignancy
9. Obesity (more than 30% weight loss)
10. Psychiatric disorders
11. History of blood disorders
12. Family history of diabetes, kidney problems, and hypertension.


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