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CREATININE, UREA AND ALBUMIN

People with kidney disease often undergo a number of medical tests and procedures. They are an indicator of the diagnosis made or are performed to monitor progress during treatment. To determine the state of renal function, tests for creatinine, blood urea and albumin are most often prescribed. Creatinine – is a waste product of muscle […]

RADIO ISOTOPIC EXAMINATION OF THE KIDNEY

The renal nuclear scan is a diagnostic test and can be performed in several different ways using a radioactive indicator. It is used to diagnose suspected kidney problems and to assess their function. It is an extremely effective diagnostic tool because, in addition to showing their anatomy, it reveals how well they are functioning at […]

ALKALINE-ACID BALANCE OF THE BODY

pH is a scale that measures the alkaline and acidic properties of the aquatic environment and represents the ratio of positively charged hydrogen ions to negatively charged ones in a solution. This is one of the most important indicators of homeostasis in the body. Our body is made up mainly of water, and the environment […]

POTASSIUM AND KIDNEY FUNCTION

Potassium is a mineral and electrolyte that we need to maintain and regulate key processes in our body. It is one of the seven major macrominerals and plays an important role in kidney function. It is found in most of the foods we eat and is needed in our diet because it supports muscle movements, […]

PROTEINURIA

When the kidneys are healthy and functioning properly, filtering fluids, minerals and waste products from the blood, they usually do not allow large amounts of serum protein to be isolated in the urine. But when the kidneys do not filter properly, proteinuria can occur, which means that an unusual amount of protein is present in […]

TYPES OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY ACCORDING TO THE MANNER OF ORIGIN

There are three types of kidney damage (insufficiency) – prerenal, renal and postrenal. The mechanisms of occurrence are radically different, as in some cases the cause lies in the kidneys, and in others they are secondarily affected. Prerenal acute impairment occurs when a sudden decrease in blood flow to the kidneys (renal hypoperfusion) causes loss […]

“NEPHROLIFE” AND “DESTINATION HEALTH”EVENT

The exhibition “Destination Health” was held on September 11 and 12 in the Mall Galleria Burgas, which presented products, services and practices from all fields related to human health being and development. “Destination Health” informs about the latest applicable achievements of medicine, treatment and prevention options, diagnostic methods and innovative solutions related to health. The […]

CHRONIC KIDNEY FAILURE AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a global health problem and is often associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of morbidity and premature mortality in people with chronic kidney disease. Also, patients with renal insufficiency have been found to be at higher risk of complications. The presence of […]

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