Renal Replacement Therapy

The normal blood filtering function of the kidneys is replaced by renal replacement therapy. When the kidneys are not functioning properly, treatment is usually recommended for patients with renal failure, acute kidney injury, or chronic nephrosis. Kidney transplantation is the final option for replacing an ageing kidney with a donor kidney. Treatment for urinary tract disorders is typically considered a life-sustaining treatment rather than a cure, but when the disease is well managed with dialysis and early diagnosis, the results are very good.

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