Can Diabetes Cause Kidney Failure?
Causes Of Kidney Failure MAIN REASONS FOR ACUTE KIDNEY FAILURE INCLUDE: Rapid and unexpected serious drop in blood flow to the kidneys – an injury, heavy blood loss or sepsis can reduce blood flow to the kidneys. Dehydration also harms the kidneys. There are greater chances of getting acute kidney failure in older adult age. Multiple myeloma, inflammation of the glomeruli and other kidney diseases may also leads to kidney failure. Hypertension and diabetes is the main long lasting diseases which are responsible for the kidney failure as nephropathy is the main complication of the diabetes and this causes chronic kidney failure. Smash up from some medicines, poison or infections – people who have serious long term health issues are more likely to have kidney problems than others. Some medicines that can sometimes harm the kidneys include antibiotics like gentamycin and streptomycin, pain killers like naproxen and ibuprofen, some blood pressure medicines such as ACE inhibitors, dyes used for x-rays. A sudden blockage that stops urine from flowing out of the kidneys – like kidney stones or some tumors, injury or enlarged prostate which all together leads to blockage of the passa Continue reading >>