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Dietary Treatment of Renal Disease

Dietary treatment is intended to slow the buildup of waste in the bloodstream. Decreasing waste in the bloodstream will control symptoms of fluid retention, hyperkalemia, and nausea and vomiting. 411 more words

Dietery Mangement

Good News...

one fine wire:
Balancing being chronically ill with being yourself.
Where does one end and the other begin?

Thought I’d just share that I’m feeling pretty good today.

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I'm not Dead...Yet.

I think the 3 posts a week I had originally planned for this blog may have been a slightly grandiose goal.  It’s really easy to underestimate how exhausted you tend to be when you have kidney disease.   445 more words

Kidney Disease

I Am Having Trouble Understanding

one fine wire:

Balancing being chronically ill with being yourself.

Where does one end and the other begin?

Yesterday, I was watching Man vs. Food on the Travel Channel. 779 more words

Patient Care

I have to take a deep breath before typing this because I don’t want to appear emotionally blinded by what’s happened. I need some feedback from doctors, nurses, care staff out there who have had experience in renal care in a UK hospital. 1,212 more words

Weekly Trail

New Podcast Episode - BUN, Creatinine & Renal Disease

Check out the latest Medical Minded Podcast episode that covers BUN, Creatinine & Renal Disease! This episode is focused on understanding BUN and creatinine lab values, as well as how they can be used to diagnose renal disease. 21 more words

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