Tag Archives: chronic kidney disease

Overcome obstacles in the treatment of scarred kidneys

More than 10% of the world’s population suffer from chronic kidney disease (CKD), a serious disorder that leads to a prominent reduction in quality of life and might end fatally. Independent of its initial cause, virtually all

Urea is truly toxic: the empire strikes back

Urea is a metabolic waste product that accumulates in the body in the setting of chronic kidney disease. It is routinely measured on blood tests as a marker of kidney function (higher urea levels indicate lower kidney

Effect of tenapanor on sodium absorption and interdialytic weight gain in patients with advanced kidney disease

The major function of the kidneys is to eliminate waste products and excess fluid from the body, through the production of urine. Patients with kidney failure need dialysis, typically three sessions per week, as an artificial replacement

AZGP1, a new candidate for the treatment of chronic kidney disease

In elderly populations, chronic kidney disease is a common clinical problem associated with a high degree of morbidity and mortality. When the kidney is injured by, for example, low blood flow, the human body has a remarkable