is a common complication of circulatory system in diabetics making them prone to CVA [cardio vascular accidents/stroke].
2. clinical features due to high blood sugar in renal involvement are: hypertension
, chronic renal failure: both leading to raised serum creatinine
[nephropathy] and calling for dialysis.
3. as mode of transportation is a major hindrance, he can talk with his attending Urologist
regarding CAPD [continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis], which is ideal for those people who stay far away from major dialysis unit.
PS: Recurrent peritonitis is a major problem, and is also expensive, please check with your hospital regarding the same.