In chronic kidney disease (CKD), kidney function doesn’t fail at once. The condition, in fact, progresses over time and through stages. The success of the treatment often depends on which stage chronic kidney disease is diagnosed at. For best outcomes… Read More
Kidney stone procedures do not raise chronic kidney disease (CKD) risk. The procedure to treat urolithiasis has been found to raise the risk of increased serum creatinine, but not chronic kidney disease.
The researchers conducted a retrospective observational cohort study,… Read More
A once unknown protein, referred to as TMIGD1 protein could help lower the rate of kidney failure from kidney disease, easing pain for millions and significantly slashing healthcare budgets.
Researchers at Boston University discovered that TMIGD1 (transmembrane and immunoglobulin containing… Read More