Chronic kidney disease is the most common form of renal disorder, one of the major reason for kidney problems is uncontrolled high blood pressure. Kidneys are constantly filtering and cleaning the body of toxins.

High BP can put pressure on the organ and functional units of your kidney, in time the filtering process worsens, and kidneys fail. When that happens, the body requires dialysis filters fluid and wastes out of your blood, but it isn’t a long-term solution. Eventually, a kidney transplant is required, but it depends on the case.

Diabetes also causes kidney diseases, uncontrolled blood sugar damages the functional units of the kidney, which can lead to Kidney failure.

Kidney stones are a very commonplace problem among people. Minerals and other substances in the blood may crystallize in the kidneys, which form solid particles, or commonly called as stones, they usually pass out of your body in urine, and it can be extremely painful.

Glomerulonephritis is an inflammation of the glomeruli, these are microscopic structures inside the kidneys, which perform the filtration of blood. It can be caused by infections, drugs, congenital abnormalities, and autoimmune disorders. This condition may get better on its own or require immunosuppressive medications.

Polycystic kidney disease is a genetic disorder that causes many cysts, round sacs of fluid, to grow inside and on the surfaces of your kidneys, interfering with kidney function proving detrimental to the kidney and overall health of a person.

UTIs are bacterial infections of any of the renal system. Infections in the bladder and urethra are most common among people, and easily treatable. They normally do not have any long-term impact. However, if left untreated, these infections can spread to the kidneys and lead to kidney failure. At Maple Care hospital our clinicians have years of experience in treating people with renal failures and related diseases.