Chronic Kidney Failure

One-tenth of the world’s population suffers from some degree of kidney disease without even knowing. As the condition progresses it can turn chronic and there is always the chance that the accumulated damage to the kidneys becomes irreversible. One of the challenges is the early diagnosis of this “silent epidemic” as it tends to only produce symptoms in advanced stages when the kidney has already been damaged.

Chronic Kidney Failure explained in first person

Professionals and patients explain how you live with the disease
The treatment of chronic renal failure must be adapted to each of the stages in the evolution of chronic kidney disease.
Try not to suffer too much, I mean you only have to look after your own health a bit more.

Substantiated information by:

Anna Yuguero
Bárbara Romano Andrioni
Manel Vera Rivera
Marta Quintela Martínez
María Teresa López Alonso
Montserrat Monereo Font
Ángeles Mayordomo Sanz

Published: 20 February 2018
Updated: 20 February 2018


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