Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is a kind of renal failure in which renal function gradually deteriorates across months to several years. Leg edoema, weariness, vomiting, reduced appetite, and disorientation are prevalent early signs. Heart disease, hypertension, bone damage, and anaemia are among the complications. A past history of chronic renal disease is one of the risk factors. Blood tests are used to determine the estimated glomerular filtration rate and a urine test is used to determine albumin levels. To establish the underlying reason, an echocardiography or a renal biopsy may be used. There are a number of consequences prognostic factors being used.
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