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What is acute kidney disease?

Acute kidney injury (AKI) is a sudden decline in the ability of your kidneys to work and perform their normal functions. AKI is sometimes called acute kidney failure or acute renal failure.

AKD happens between 7 to 90 days during the advancement of acute kidney injury to chronic kidney disease. Acute kidney injury (AKI) is the abrupt decline in glomerular filtration rate (GFR). Ordinarily AKI happens in 7 days or less. This results in the rise of serum creatinine (SCr), blood urea nitrogen (BUN), and electrolyte levels.

AKI is very serious and needs to be treated right away to prevent lasting kidney damage. If AKI is treated early, most people will return to their previous kidney function. If you were healthy before AKI and you get treated right away, your kidneys could work normally or almost normally after treatment.

What causes AKD?

Most cases of AKI are caused by decreased blood flow to the kidneys, typically in people who are ill with another health problem. There are several factors that can contribute to decreased blood flow, including: low blood volume following bleeding, too much vomiting, or too little hydration.

What are the first signs of kidney disease?

Generally, prior stages are known as 1 to 3. There are a number of warning signs of a kidney disorder, however, most of the time these are ignored or confused with alternative pathologies (because of their non-specific nature). Therefore, one has to be very watchful and should get the confirmatory tests (including blood, urine, and imaging) done at the earliest appearance of any sign of a kidney disorder.

Hera are some early warning signs of kidney disease:

One of the early signs is the appearance of swelling over the ankles, feet or legs, swelling or puffiness around eyes, Early fatigability , Decreased appetite, Early morning nausea and vomiting, Anaemia, Changes in urine frequency, Dry and itchy skin, Backache or lower abdomen pain and High Blood Pressure.

How long does acute kidney disease last?

In some cases, AKI may get better in a couple of days with observation, or medicine and fluids if needed. But sometimes the AKI is severe or affects other parts of the body, and recovery may take weeks or months.

Early analysis is the most proficient way in battling the kidney sickness and save one’s lives. Counsel Dr. Surendra Babu M assuming you see any signs or side effects of intense kidney sickness. He is very much knowledgeable about treating individuals with kidney illnesses.

Dr. Surendra gives treatment to kidney stones, kidney failure and urinary parcel contamination. Using negligibly obtrusive, state of the art foundation furnished with the most recent innovation, he offers nephrological medicines in patients, everything being equal, dealing with their individual clinical necessities.

Dr. Surendra gives significantly accurate and complete indicative offices for intense renal failure, ongoing kidney issues, and other nephrology conditions using progressed symptomatic instruments. Moreover, he offers present careful end-on end care and backing for therapies of kidney disease, kidney relocate, and kidney failure.

They also offer diagnosis, treatment, management and detailed care for kidney diseases related with different ailments and conditions like hypertension and diabetes.

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