In Mexico, they are diagnosed close to 35 thousand new cases of chronic renal insufficiency every year, according to data from the National Institute of Public Health in Mexico.
In an interview for GetQoralHealth , the endocrinologist and diabetologist, María Elena Sañudo explains the risk factors that trigger renal failure:
This disease develops in patients with diabetes and hypertension, although there are other causes, indicated Ernesto López Almaraz , nephrologist of the ABC Medical Center, for the newspaper Reform .
The renal anemia waves alterations of bone metabolism are the main complications of this chronic insufficiency. The specialist mentioned that to treat in a timely manner the renal anemia reduces the likelihood of suffering Heart problems and can delay the arrival of processes such as dialysis or kidney transplantation.
He added that to diagnose and treat renal anemia , which manifests as a consequence of the disease, decreases symptoms and improves the quality of life of the patient.
Chronic renal failure is understood as progressive and irreversible loss of renal function . It begins with the progressive deterioration of the volume of glomerular filtration by the recruitment of damaged nephrons, to which the tubular disorders of homeostasis are added and finally the failure of the hormonal functions of the organ.