Don’t take Kidney failure lightly
The number of patients who will require dialysis is likely to more than double by 2040 if chronic kidney disease is not seriously addressed.
The symptoms aren’t obvious in the early stages and it is thus been rightly called the silent disease.
But it isn’t a time to remain quiet about chronic kidney disease (CKD), which strikes 10% of the population.
Most patients in stage 5, known as final stage renal disease or kidney failure, rely on dialysis to continue with life.
The number of dialysis patients is projected to more than double by 2040 if no effective remedies are in place, based on a recent research.
Here is a video inserted by the Malaysian medical fraternity spelling out the horror of this disease and the same holds good for all the other countries.