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Signs & symptoms of kidney diseases kidney disease is silently progressing disease.many times patients will not get symptoms till kidney function reduced significantly. i m listing kidney symptoms here.please consult your doctors if u have kidney related symptoms and get proper evaluation done. Early treatment prevents further progression Dr mahendra mulani, Best nephrologist in Bapunagar, Ahmedabad
Free Kidney disease check up camp was organised successfully by Aadhya women's & Kidney Hospital 89 patients was completed checked with necessary blood test 10 patients found to have early kidney disease. these all patients will be benefited with early treatment. Thank u Jana pragati center for ur kind help Best Women's & Kidney Hospital in Bapunagar, Ahmedabad
Myths and Facts about Kidney Diseases Myth: All kidney diseases are incurable. Fact: No, all kidney Diseases are not incurable.With early diagnosis and treatment many kidney diseases can be cured. In the majority of cases, early diagnosis and treatment can slow or halt further progression. Dr Mahendra Mulani Best Nephrologist
HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE (HYPERTENSION) So why worry about high blood pressure? Because even when high blood pressure is not causing any symptoms, it can silently damage many organs, including the: Brain Eyes Heart Kidneys Arteries throughout the body You may not recognize the damage that silent hypertension has been doing to your body until you suddenly are stricken with a major disease. For example, hypertension increases your risk of heart attack, stroke, and kidney failure.Usually, hypertension does not directly cause symptoms. When blood pressure is very high, it can cause: Headaches Dizziness Fatigue Ringing in the ears DIAGNOSIS The diagnosis of hypertension depends on blood pressure readings. Therefore, it's essential that blood pressure be measured carefully & regularly Prevention To prevent high blood pressure: Get regular aerobic exercise Limit your intake of salt and alcoholic beverages Eat a diet rich in fruits and vegetables and low in saturated fats Avoid smoking Maintain a desirable body weight Hypertension increases your risk of heart attack and stroke. So it is important to modify your risk factors for coronary artery disease. In addition to the above actions, you should: Quit smoking Reduce your high LDL (bad) cholesterol You may be able to cure your hypertension with lifestyle changes alone. DR MAHENDRA MULANI, Best Hypertension specialist consultant Nephrologist
Who should get their kidney checked? who is at risk of developing kidney problems? 1) Symptoms of kidney disease 2) Diabetes 3) Difficult to control blood pressure 4) Family history of kidney disease, diabetes, hypertension 5) Chronic tobacco consumption, obesity and elderly (above 60 years) 6) Chronic intake of pain relivers 7) Congenital defect of urinary defect Dr Mahendra Mulani Best nephrologist in Bapunagar Best nephrologist in Ahmedabad
RENAL & UROLOGICAL PROBLEMS IN DIABETICS PATIENTS 1) Diabetic nephropathy 2) papilary necrosis 3) Renal artery stenosis (atherosclerosis) 4)Ischemic nephropathy 5)Drug induced kidney injury 6) other glomerular disease 7) autonomic neuropathic bladder DR MAHENDRA MULANI BEST NEPHROLOGIST
FREE KIDNEY DISEASE CHECK UP CAMP AADHYA HOSPITAL is organising a camp on 11/6/7, Sunday at Hospital location. There r perticular group of patient that may be benefited with blood investigations.i request that group to take advantage of it. Best kidney Hospital in Ahmedabad
HAPPY DOCTORS DAY We wants to wish our all doctors friends, collegues , seniour doctors and respected teachers HAPPY DOCTORS DAY. keep doing excellent work for ur patients..have a great day DR MAHENDRA MULANI, MD, DM(NEPHRO) DR ASTHA MULANI, MS(GYNAEC)
KEEP YOUR KIDNEY HEALTHY Tips for people with Diabetes -Get your blood and urine checked for kidney disease .For type 2 diabetes, get tested every year .for type 1 dibetes, get tested every year starting five years after you were diagnosed with diabetes -Keep your blood pressure controlled -Aim for your blood glucose targets as often as you can .The American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists(AACE) recommends a blood glucose level under 110 in the morning and under 140 two hours after a meal -Keep your cholesterol levels in target range DR MAHENDRA MULANI BEST NEPHROLOGIST, AHMEDABAD
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