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    How about the prognosis and life expectancy of each stage? And whether your condition still can be reversed? You can surely find the answer here.

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    CKD Stage1~2

    CKD stage 1-2 means the mild reduction of kidney function, though not serious the condition is, proper managements are still needed.

    CKD Stage 3

    CKD stage 3 means the moderate reduction of kidney function. Some complication are likely to appear at this stage, but it still has a certain possibility to be reversed.

    CKD Stage 4

    CKD stage 4 means the severe reduction of kidney function. And the possibility to reverse the condition has been discounted, but dialysis still can be prevented.

    CKD Stage 5

    CKD stage 5 means the last and most severe stage of kidney disease. But if there still has blood flow in kidneys, dialysis and kidney transplant are still likely to be avoided.

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    How to Know the Outcome of Your CKD

    How to Know the Outcome of Your CKDNowadays, Chronic Kidney Disease has received more and more people’s attention. If you or your loved one happen to be a kidney disease patient, well then, how to know the outcome of your illness condition?

    Actually, knowing the diagnosis of chronic kidney disease is curial for leaning yourself condition timely and improving renal function. Next, let’s have a look at the following contents.

    For early diagnosis of kidney disease, we can rely on medical tests such as routine blood test and urine test to check serum creatinine, urine creatinine, urine trace albumin and urea nitrogen creatinine ratio as well as glomerular filtration rate (GFR). Through these tests, we can see that the damage degree of kidney.

    Aside from the mentioned above, medical imaging (including ultrasonic testing, X-ray tomography (CT) imaging, magnetic resonance imaging) and living group living tissues section can help you understand the specific causes of your kidney disease.

    Kidney damage is the important manifestation of chronic kidney disease. It always accompanied with decreased GFR. Generally speaking, the lower GFR levels are, the severer kidney damage will be. What’s more, when the GFR is less than 60ml/min/1.73m2, and this condition keeps on three months or more than three months, it can be diagnosed with chronic kidney disease.

    According to GFR, chronic kidney disease is divided into five stages and each stage have different damage degrees as well as different symptoms.

    Stage 1: GFR is 90 or above. In this stage, there are no symptoms and discomforts.

    Stage 2: GFR is between 60-89. There is a slightly damage on kidney and may have no symptoms.

    Stage 3: GFR is about 30-59. There is a moderate drop on renal function and some symptoms like urinary changes, back pain, high blood pressure, edema and so on will occur.

    Stage 4: GFR is 15-29. There is a severe damage on kidney and more serious symptoms like severe edema, uncontrolled high blood pressure, massive proteinuria, hematuria, fatigue and so on.

    Stage 5: GFR is less than 14. It is end stage of renal disease. In this stage, patients’ illness condition will worsen to large extent.

    Having a regular physical test and healthy lifestyle are important role in preventing chronic kidney disease. If you have something unclear, please leave a message to and our online doctors are always available for you.

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