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Uremia Causes

Many chronic kidney disease can cause uremia with nephritis, systemic diseases, metabolic diseases and urinary tract obstruction the most common.

How To Prevent High Blood Pressure Develop To Uremia

How To Prevent High Blood Pressure Develop To Uremia

Researches show that 15% high blood pressure will progress to uremia. Whether high blood pressure can be managed well affects the occurrence, development and prognosis of uremia. Therefore, high blood pressure should be controlled strictly...Read More

Several Causes Of Uremia

Several Causes Of Uremia

Uremia is caused by any condition that impairs the kidneys ability to filter waste products. Symptoms include weakness, sore mouth, headache, vomiting, nausea, loss of appetite, loss of energy and mental confusion. There are a number of cau...Read More

Can Gout Lead To Uremia

Can Gout Lead To Uremia

If you have a improper diet for a long time, it does not only cause gout but also lead to kidney failure. Eventually uremia will happen. Well, how does gout cause uremia? What is the cause of gout? Gout is a painful form of inflammatory art...Read More

Will Glomerulonephritis Develop Uremia

Will Glomerulonephritis Develop Uremia

What are the causes of uremia induced by glomerulonephritis? Glomerulonephritis is a common kidney disease and it is classified into two types including chronic glomerulonephritis and acute glomerulonephritis. Declined kidney function will...Read More

Why Do Children Have A High Risk Of Uremia

Why Do Children Have A High Risk Of Uremia

At present, children with uremia occupy considerable proportion in kidney disease. This is caused by their environment and own medical conditions. They have low resistance to fight against infection so they usually have repeated infection....Read More

Renal Fibrosis Can Lead To Uremia

Renal Fibrosis Can Lead To Uremia

Renal fibrosis is a pathological damage process which leads to various continuous deterioration of chronic kidney disease(CKD). Its pathogenesis includes: 1. When various pathological injury lead to microcirculation disturbance of damaged k...Read More

What are the Causes of Uremia

What are the Causes of Uremia

Uremia is a medical term used to describe the clinical syndrome that accompanies kidney failure (or renal failure), typically the accumulation of blood urea nitrogen and other waste products in bloodstream. In kidney failure, the kidneys fa...Read More

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