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How to recover from renal failure ?

my aunt is having type 2 diabetes .above knee amputation was done last her urine out put is very low.she is on hemodialyz e once per 2days.can she recover from renal failure? please help us.yesterday her blood urea level was 108
Asked On : Sat, 2 Apr 2011
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Diabetes is a disease which itself causes nephropathy (a degenerative condition ) of kidneys leading to failure of kidneys but in your aunt case it could be acute renal shut down caused due to major surgery ;it is a common complication & cannot be avoided.Haemodialysis & other treatment going on is fine her blood Urea is 108 but the S.Creatinine is the main deciding factor you have not written the level of it.Presently it will be a wait & watch situation for you as well as the doctors .Once she stabilizes then may be she can recover but prediction of recovery before hand is not possible we have to take every day as it comes till she shows signs of recovery.Please let the treatment continue & hope for the best.
Wish her a speedy recovery.
Answered: Sat, 2 Apr 2011
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