Anaemia and kidney disease


Anaemia is a common disorder in kidney disease and other conditions where there are not enough blood cells or not enough haemoglobin to carry oxygen around the body.



Anemia commonly occurs in people with chronic kidney disease the permanent, partial loss of kidney functions. Anemia might begin to develop in the initial stages of CKD, when someone has 20 to 50% of normal kidney function. Anemia tends to get worse as CKD progresses. Most people, who have complete loss of kidney function or kidney failure, have anemia. A person has kidney failure when he or she needs a kidney transplantation or dialysis in order to live.



 

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