States Academic Press
Medical Science - Urology
The gradual loss of kidney function is defined as chronic kidney disease. This leads to a buildup of wastes, electrolytes and fluids to a dangerous level within the body. The major symptoms of chronic kidney disease are nausea, loss of appetite and problems in sleeping. It can be caused by various medical issues such as high blood pressure, type 1 or type 2 diabetes, and vesicoureteral reflux. Chronic kidney disease can cause a diverse range of complications in the human body, a few of which are anemia, fluid retention, pericarditis, and heart and blood vessel disease. Its treatment involves controlling the cause of the disease, managing the complications and slowing the cause of the disease. This book contains some path-breaking studies on the chronic kidney disease. It will also provide interesting topics for research which interested readers can take up. Those in search of information to further their knowledge will be greatly assisted by this book.