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Diabetic Kidney Failure Treatment

Diabetic Kidney Failure Treatment
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When we physicians first notice that the kidney is being damaged in diabetes, we try and make measures to tighten the control of the diabetes on the patient. It’s important for the patient to stay well hydrated so that the kidney is flushed all of the time. Then, as we noted before: we may start on medication, which can decrease the rate of progression. Once the process gets rolling and the patient develops quite severe damaged kidneys, then the treatment is dialysis to take over for the kidney and eventually transplantation for the patient to have a new kidney.

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  • Editor-in-Chief of the American Journal of Medicine
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  • Professor of Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine

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  • Board Certified Cardiologist
  • Professor of Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine

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