What is Chronic Kidney Disease?
This position paper provides the meaning of chronic kidney disease. Also, it is including the stages of chronic kidney disease; common causes, risk factors, symptoms and treatment are discussed. Chronic kidney disease is lead to permanent loss of kidney function, and it can result from damage to the kidney tissue. Chronic kidney disease is also called chronic renal failure. There are five stages of chronic kidney disease. Common causes of chronics disease are systemic disease, high blood pressure, autoimmune disease, urine infections, and genetics disease. Chronic kidney disease happens gradually over time, usually months to years. It cannot be cured, however they are some medication that can slow its progress and improve systems.
Chronic kidney disease is a slowly progressive loss of kidney function over a period of months or years. It is also called chronic kidney failure. Chronic kidney disease is divided into five stages. Glomerular filtration rate is the best measure of kidney function and progression of renal failure. Laboratory testing recognize as GRF. In human body, normal GFR is 100ml. In first stage of chronic kidney disease, kidney damage slight and GRF increased filtration more than 90. In second stage, mild decrease in kidney function, and GRF decrease 60-89. In third stage, kidney function decrease in medium quantity, and GRF is 30-59. In forth stage, several decrease in kidney function, and GRF is 15-29. In fifth stage, kidney becomes failure.
There are many types of common causes in chronic kidney disease. Systemic disease, this disease progressive kidney damage may begin many years of badly controlled high blood pressure and blood glucose. Hypertension is a common cause of chronic kidney disease. Systemic hypertension cause direct damage to small blood vessels in nephron. Therefore, kidney lose their ability to auto regulate glomerular filtration flow and pressure, with...