Acute Kidney Failure

Acute renal failure refers to the sudden failure of the kidneys to filter waste from the blood. Renal disease develops rapidly in a matter of hours or days and can be fatal. Swelling due to fluid retention, decreased urinary output, shortness of breath, fatigue, and nausea are all symptoms. Acute nephrosis occurs when a patient's kidneys have been directly damaged, when a condition slows blood flow to the kidneys, and when the kidneys' urine drainage tubes (ureters) become blocked, preventing waste from leaving the body through urine.


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