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Information About How to Increase eGFR

Information About How to Increase eGFR

Question: I have Diabetic Nephropathy. I need information about how to increase eGFR level. Mine is 47ml/min. Answer: Your eGFR level 47ml/min means that you are at Stage 3 Diabetic Nephropathy, and your kidneys are moderately damaged. Howe...Read More

GFR Less than 60, Fever, Swelling: Causes and Treatment

GFR Less than 60, Fever, Swelling: Causes and Treatment

GFR (Glomerular Filtration Rate) is a blood test to indicate how well kidneys are working to filter blood wastes. This article is specially about the causes and treatment for fever and swelling when GFR is below 60. Causes In clinic, Chroni...Read More

Have eGFR of 49 with Systemic Lupus: Should I See a Nephrologist

Have eGFR of 49 with Systemic Lupus: Should I See a Nephrologist

Should you see a nephrologist if you have eGFR (glomerular filtration rate) 49 with systemic lupus? Well, youd better prepare a visit to nephrologist since this test result indicate kidney damage. What does GFR 49 mean? The glomerular filtr...Read More

Creatinine 2.0 and GFR 33: What Does It Mean

Creatinine 2.0 and GFR 33: What Does It Mean

Question: My husbands creatine level is 2.0 and his filtration level is 33. What does this all mean? Answer: Thank you for you inquiry. Both creatinine and GFR (glomerular filtration rate) are tests of kidney function. Creatinine is the by-...Read More

Prognosis of GFR 45

Prognosis of GFR 45

GFR, which is the abbreviation of glomerular filtration rate, is an indicator of how well your kidneys are working. When your kidneys are damaged, the GFR will decline. According to different GFR level, Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is divid...Read More

How Does Nephrotic Syndrome Develop Into Chronic Kidney Failure

How Does Nephrotic Syndrome Develop Into Chronic Kidney Failure

Nephrotic Syndrome is characterized by an increase in permeability of the capillary walls of glomeruli, resulting in such symptoms as large amounts of proteinuria, high cholesterol, heavy edema, hypoproteinemia. If left untreated timely and...Read More

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