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End-stage Kidney Disease

Simply speaking, End-stage Kidney Disease refers to Renal Failure, that is, in this stage, complete or almost complete renal cells have been damaged. In addition, patients of Renal Failure almost lose all their renal functions. However, end-stage doesn't mean it is the end of people's life. If effective treatment have been taken, patients of Renal Failure or even Uremia still can have a healthy life.Many patients of Renal Failure have these worrying that what should they do after having Renal Failure. In my opinion, there are three ways patients can do.Firstly, patients should not be too anxious and face the disease with hope. Secondly, patients should go to see a doctor and take some tests. Thirdly, patients should do according to doctors' advices.Besides, knowing more about Renal Failure is a good way for patients' recovery.
Renal Failure occurs when kidneys are no longer able to function at a level needed for daily life. It usually occurs when chronic kidney disease has worsened to the point at which renal function is more than 90% are abnormal.It almost always follows chronic kidney disease. A person may have gradual worsening of kidney function for 10 - 20 years or more before progressing to Renal Failure.According to a report, the most common causes of Renal Failure in the U.S. are diabetes and high blood pressure. High blood pressure almost always occurs during end-stage kidney disease.

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