Appropriate renal management can help to prevent or delay the progression of the illness to its end stages when dialysis or transplantation is required to sustain life. Effective renal management can also help to control symptoms or side effects, such as high blood pressure, loss of appetite, nausea, tiredness and swelling of the hands, face and feet.
Renal Management should be done in conjunction with your general practitioner, kidney specialist or specialist nurse and allied health team. Renal Management often involves addressing factors related to nutrition, fitness, medication and spirit.
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