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Symptom trajectories in patients with kidney disease: Study

Participants in the "Worse symptom score and worsening trajectory" category had more risk factors for CKD progression at baseline, worse quality of life, and a higher risk of KRT and death before KRT than other participants.

Symptom trajectories in patients with kidney disease: Study(Twitter/AshfordIns)
Symptom trajectories in patients with kidney disease: Study(Twitter/AshfordIns)
Published on Nov 01, 2022 12:51 PM IST

Is it healthy for kidney transplant recipients to limit their protein intake?

Chronic kidney disease patients have been shown to have induced sarcopenia as a result of chronic inflammation, hypercatabolism, decreased nutrient intake and decreased physical activity, all of which are associated with impaired kidney function.

Is it healthy for kidney transplant recipients to limit their protein intake?(Twitter/AshfordIns)
Is it healthy for kidney transplant recipients to limit their protein intake?(Twitter/AshfordIns)
Published on Sep 17, 2022 09:50 AM IST

Pediatric kidney transplant patients fare better when organ is from live donor

The study found that over the past several decades, the number of living unrelated donors has increased progressively from 1.3 per cent in 1987 to 31.4 per cent in 2017.

Pediatric kidney transplant patients fare better when organ is from live donor(Pinterest)
Pediatric kidney transplant patients fare better when organ is from live donor(Pinterest)
Published on Aug 18, 2022 12:18 PM IST

Are you at risk of diabetes? Factors that increase your chances

Not everyone has the same risk of getting diabetes and for some people the risk is higher than the others due to genetic factors, race, age or even ethnicity. Here are factors that increase your chances of getting the metabolic disease.

According to studies, Indians have a greater degree of insulin resistance and thus a stronger genetic predisposition to diabetes.(Pixabay)
According to studies, Indians have a greater degree of insulin resistance and thus a stronger genetic predisposition to diabetes.(Pixabay)
Published on Aug 16, 2022 03:56 PM IST
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