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Nephrotic Syndrome

Nephrology  Journal is one of the best open-access publications aimed at publishing new findings and recent advances in the field of Nephrology in the initial papers format, study posts, case studies, brief communications, etc. The Author has an prestigious board consisting of respected scientists and medical professionals from all around the globe. Nephrotic syndrome is a group of symptoms including protein in the urine, low levels of blood protein, high levels of cholesterol, high levels of triglycerides and swelling. It is triggered by the multiple kidney-damaging diseases. That damage causes too much protein to be released into the urine.The condition develops far more often in males than females. Nephrotic syndrome is a group of symptoms including protein in the urine, low levels of blood protein, high levels of cholesterol, high levels of triglycerides and swelling. Nephrotic syndrome can affect all age groups. It is most common in children between ages 2 and 6. In males this disease happens somewhat more frequently than in females. It may require a biopsy of the kidney to determine the origin of the condition.Therapy objectives aim to alleviate pain, avoid injuries and postpone harm to the kidneys.Nephrology & Therapeutics Journal is a   Free Access journals and popular science conventions and gatherings around the globe. Established in 2007 with the primary purpose of providing knowledge on Science and Technology accessible in all areas of Science, Research, Management and Technology papers, publishes 700 + peer-reviewed articles.

Idiopathic Membranous Nephropathy

Acute kidney failure happens when your blood suddenly becomes unable to filter waste products. If your kidneys lack their filtering capacity, toxic waste rates can accumulate and the chemical composition of your blood can get out of control due to electrolyte losses.

Symptoms which are common:

Decreased urinary flow, regular accumulation of blood, triggering swelling of the hands, knees or feet, flushing, shortness of breath, exhaustion, anxiety, epilepsy or paralysis of extreme situations, chest pain or discomfort.

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Journal of Kidney Treatment and Diagnosis received 5 citations as per Google Scholar report

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