Chronic Kidney Failure
Chronic Kidney Failure OverviewIt is the condition of permanent deterioration of kidney functions. In this case, the water and salt balance of the body is disturbed and the functioning of other vital organs is affected. Weakness, loss of appetite, weight loss, nausea-vomiting, shortness of breath, itching, confusion and often high blood pressure are the most prominent features.
Diabetes, Hypertension, recurrent kidney inflammation, stone disease, nephritis are the most important causes of Chronic Kidney Failure. Cystic kidney diseases can also lead to chronic kidney failure.