Hypertension and Nephrology
Some type of kidney diseases can cause High blood pressure. But, in most cases, it is High Blood Pressure that causes Kidney diseases. High blood pressure speeds up the loss of kidney in patients with kidney disorders. A simple blood test will give all the details about how much the kidney is damaged because of Hypertension. Nephrology includes acute kidney failure, chronic kidney failure, acute care nephrology, kidney stones, pediatric kidney disorders, polycystic kidney disorders but not limited to these alone. In patients with acute cases, there are transplantations of kidney or dialysis is advised. The transfer of organs is necessary when the kidney diseases have caused for the failure of kidneys completely. If the patient is not able to undergo transplantation then they are advised to undergo comprehensive renal replacement therapy known as dialysis. The doctors use many kinds of medication to help the people from hypertension and other allied diseases.
- Track 1-1 Types of Kidney Failures
- Track 2-2 Medications
- Track 3-3 Transplantation and Dialysis
- Track 4-4 Hypertension Management