Obstruction of the bladder or ureters Prostate cancer or hypertrophy Tumors in the abdomen Kidney stones
Most Common Poorly Controlled Diabetes Poorly Controlled High BP Chronic Glomerulonephritis Less Common Polycystic Kidney Disease Reflux Nephropathy Kidney Stones Prostate Disease
Metabolic Acidosis Inability to secrete Potassium Increased urea in the blood Anemia Generalized weakness Loss of Appetite Lethargy Fatigue Rapid breathing Increased BP Increased fluid leading to CHF Coma
>250,000 people have end-stage renal failure (Diabetes and HTN cause more than half) 50,000 die yearly 30,000 new cases of CRF are diagnosed each year The numbers of donors has been sufficient for about 1/3 of the people on the waiting list
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