There are so many terms to become familiar with when discussing or experiencing kidney disease. Many medical terms will be tossed around, and sometimes it’s hard to know what each one means. Creatinine is one such term you may not
A new study caries a warning to NSAID users, particularly young people. The study shows overusing non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or NSAIDs can increase the risk of acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease in active younger and middle
A new study has shown certain cancer drugs can cause kidney injury in patients. Kidney injury, known formally as acute renal failure can happen over a few hours or days and can potentially last a lifetime. It is
Experts are calling for veterinarians to recognize acute kidney disease (AKI) in cats as a dynamic and complex disease. AKI is a serious and usually severe form of kidney failure. Unlike CKD, which is chronic and usually develops gradually,
Researchers have determined a potent benefit of vitamin B3 and its impact specifically on acute kidney injuries. Consuming vitamin B3 could provide a natural counter to the decreased levels of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, also known as NAD+, which stem
Reducing kidney injury by 62%, Vitamin E is the new hero in cases of coronary angiography and percutaneous coronary interventions. Angiography allows doctors to see the inside of blood vessels, particularly the arteries. Radiopaque contrast agent is injected into blood
It’s a known fact that people with chronic kidney disease are at an exponentially higher risk for heart failure and infection as per the results of a new study which followed approximately half a million patients. according to a new
A new study published in Pharmacotherapy has shed light on some of the most potentially dangerous drugs for kidneys which, oddly enough, haven’t been recognized for their nephrotoxicity but are still observed to cause acute kidney injury.