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This is a matter of research in which there is a risk of developing Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) in prematurely infant births. According to a study published in BMJ, the birth of a baby before Preterm Birth, i.e. 37 weeks of pregnancy, hinders kidney growth and maturation.

This causes fewer nephrons to become. Nephron filters are those that carry out waste and toxic substances from the body. Only 10 to 15 percent of all patients who develop the last stage kidney failure, get proper treatment. Approximately 6,000 kidney transplants pass through 60,000 hemodialysis and others take peritoneal dialysis in one year. Nearly six lakh people die in the desire for kidney replacement therapy.

More than 90 percent of all patients who develop kidney disease in the last stages need kidney replacement therapy because of the inability to afford the care. And 60 percent of those who are in the middle of treatment for financial reasons leave it. By May 2017, the number of patients dependent on dialysis was more than 130,000. This number is growing at approximately 232 per 10 lakh population.

What is Chronic Kidney Disease?
Padma Shri Dr. K.K., President, Heartcare Foundation (HCFI) Agrawal said that CKD means that a decrease in kidney function over time and finally failure of the kidneys.

This requires patients to undergo dialysis or kidney transplantation. The signs and symptoms of the disease are not noticeable until the disease progresses very well and the situation is not serious.

He said – “In an advanced stage of CKD, the body can produce dangerous levels of fluid, electrolytes and waste, along with the underlying conditions like diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, kidney disease and family history of the disease. Apart from this, people who smoke and suffer from obesity can also be victims of CKD in the long run.”

Some symptoms of this condition include nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, fatigue, and weakness, sleep problem, lack of mental activity, muscle turbulence and cramps, frequent itching, chest pain, shortness of breath and high blood pressure.

Dr. Agrawal further said, “Some major remedies to keep kidney diseases out of order are to monitor and treat diseases like obesity and disciplined disease, respectively, if blood pressure and blood sugar are kept under control, then 50% More CKD cases can be stopped.”

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