Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Kidney Failure

Kidney Failure disease is a disease where organ kidney function decreased until finally no longer able to work at all in terms of screening electrolyte body disposal, maintain fluid balance and body chemicals such as sodium and potassium in the blood or urine production.

Kidney disease can affect anyone who suffers a serious illness or injury where it has a direct impact on the kidney itself. Renal disease is more often experienced by those aged adults, especially in the elderly.

Kidney Failure Causes

Occurrence of renal failure caused by a serious illness that suffer by body which gradually affects the kidney organ damage. As for some diseases that often affect kidney damage include:

1. The disease high blood pressure (Hypertension)
2. Disease Diabetes Mellitus (Diabetes Mellitus)
3. The presence of urinary tract obstruction (stones, tumors, narrowing/stricture)
4. Autoimmune disorders, such as systemic lupus erythematosus
5. Suffering from cancer (cancer)
6. Kidney disorders, which occur in the development of many organs kidney cyst itself (polycystic kidney disease)
7. Damage to cells in the kidneys filter either due to infection or inflammation of the impact of high blood diseases. Medical terms is called glomerulonephritis.

As for other diseases can also cause kidney failure if not quickly addressed, among others are: Loss of a sudden a lot of search (vomiting, bleeding, burns), as well as other diseases such as pulmonary disease (TB), syphilis, malaria, hepatitis, preeclampsia, Drugs and Amyloidosis.

Renal disease develops gradually worse towards the kidney which was no longer able to work as funngsinya. In the world of medicine known types of attacks 2 renal failure, acute and chronic.


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