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*It is important to note that hypertension and diabetes are the most common causes of kidney failure. It is very important to control hypertension and diabetes to slow down chronic kidney disease. Often Chronic kidney disease will also lead to hypertension.
Renal: : Another word for “kidney”, from the Latin word “ren” meaning kidneys, used as an adjective.
Dialysis: : A process of cleaning waste and other unwanted substances from blood.
Apheresis: : A process of taking out only certain parts of a patient’s blood, and returning the rest to the same patient.
Pharmacists provide pharmaceutical care for kidney disease patients who usually take several medications together. Our pharmacists:
Rear Admiral.Dr. Srivila Phipathananunth
Assist.Prof.Dr. Krairerk Athirakul
Internal Medicine Nephrology (Kidney)
Assist.Prof.Dr. Napisvadee Wongchavanich
Assist.Prof.Dr. Sauwaluck Chusil
Assoc.Prof.Dr. Thananda Trakarnvanich
Assoc.Prof.Dr. Khajohn Tiranathanagul
Dr. Narittaya Varothai
Internal Medicine (Geriatric) Nephrology (Kidney)
Dr. Savitree Talhapak
Dr. Sira Sooparb
Have you ever stopped to look at the color of your urine? Checking the color of your urine from time to time could provide you with health information you may never have imagined possible.
How painful are kidney stones? Based on surveys of patients, kidney stones and gunshot wounds produce similar levels of excruciating pain. Cases of kidney stones have doubled In many developed countries during the past 30 years.
Cases of chronic kidney disease have grown significantly in recent years due to the global diabetes epidemic.