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Nephrology & Dialysis

More than 10% of the world population lives with chronic kidney disease. Though it is difficult, life after kidney failure can be very smooth and productive.  Here, Dr Mohit Khirbat discusses how kidney failure impacts a patient’s life.

A kidney failure, in itself, is very challenging. Knowing that you are affected by end-stage kidney disease (ERSD) can take a toll on your overall well-being. What is even more taxing is accomplishing to live a healthy life after kidney failure. More than 10% of the world population lives with chronic kidney disease. Though it

People living with chronic kidney diseases would understand the importance of consuming sufficient nutrients. However, planning a dialysis patient's diet chart needs clinical help. 

“You are what you eat”  Notice how models and gym-goers emphasise on eating a well-balanced diet. One week of a salad-based diet can prepare them to feature on a magazine cover. What you eat literally acts as fuel for your body. A highly nutritious diet can do wonders for a healthy person. For a chronically

The development of kidney stones is a very common condition. Nearly 1 out of every 10 individuals are affected by signs of kidney stones. This article explores kidney stones symptoms, signs and prevention in detail. 

Children are funny creatures with strange interests. They like playing in mud or eating dirt. We are all guilty of falling for these games at some point in time. As little kids, we were told that our bellies will fill with stones if we eat impurities. Apparently, this make-believe story has an aspect of real

In the case of Kidney failure, the patient would have to undergo routine dialysis to artificially filter their blood, or get a kidney transplant. In this article, we will look closer at the causes of kidney failure, caring for a kidney transplant during the COVID-19.

Kidneys are two bean-shaped organs, which are responsible for filtering out toxins and waste fluids from our blood. This waste is then excreted from our body in the form of urine. They are present on either side of the spine, right below the rib cage.  In some situations, the kidneys may lose their filtering ability.