Acute renal failure is when your kidneys stop working suddenly. Nephrologists sometimes call it acute renal failure compared to chronic kidney disease acute faulure can happen over just a few hours or days.
Acute kidney failure isn’t always permanent but requires immediate attention. If you get treatment right away and don’t have other serious health problems the kidneys could go back to working normally.Kidney Treatment - No Dialysis & No Transplant
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The main job of our kidneys is to filter waste out of your blood. They also remove extra fluid from the blood which becomes urine and also to control blood pressure. Kidneys help make red blood cells. They regulate electrolytes (a type of nutrient) and activate vitamin D, too.
Kidneys don’t work well when they’re damaged. This could happen because of another health condition, like diabetes. A decrease in kidney function that happens over a longer period of time is called chronic kidney failure (CKD)Links from the show:
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