The Difference Between Kidney Disorders And Kidney Failure?
what is the difference between kidney disorders and kidney failure … and can everything be overcome ??? thanks ats jwbny
Kidney disorders are all kinds of problems or diseases that cause kidney problems. Many things or diseases that can cause kidney problems include:
infections of the kidneys, such as nephritis, glomerulonephritis
autoimmune disorders, such as nephrotic syndrome
kidney function failure
Many disorders can cause kidney problems. Meanwhile, kidney failure itself is a disorder of a person's kidney condition so that it cannot carry out its function. Kidney failure itself is divided into acute renal failure or chronic renal failure. Acute renal failure is a condition of damage to the kidneys that occurs acutely or suddenly, usually often caused by dehydration, which can be due to nausea, vomiting or diarrhea, or it can also be caused by burns or heavy bleeding.
Meanwhile, chronic kidney failure itself is a disorder of kidney function to the point of causing a gradual deterioration in kidney function, usually more than 3 months of disturbance, often associated with high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes. In this kidney failure consists of several stages stage 1-5 where stage 5 is the last stage.
The treatment of kidney disorders depends on the underlying cause, some need treatment by taking medication, some need surgery or rehydration or dialysis, it all depends on the condition and type of disease experienced, the handling can vary. In end-stage renal failure disorders, the possibility of bad disease, need routine dialysis action and even though with dialysis sometimes the condition can continue to decline. If you experience kidney problems, you should check what the problem is, what is the disease, because treatment varies according to the type of disease. Some things you need to pay attention to in avoiding kidney disorders:
drink water at least 2 L a day
get enough rest
pay attention to food and drink consumed
avoid eating fatty foods, seafood, nuts
periodic health checkups
read about acute renal failure, chronic renal failure
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