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Dr. Andrew Rynne
Dr. Andrew Rynne

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Exp 50 years

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Suggest longevity in patients with chronic kidney failure

Once a 91 year old woman stops producing urin, who has CKD, and cannot be treated with dialysis, does she have long to live? she also has a severe heart condition, osteoporosis,hypertension, CKD, fluid retension, and has suddendly stopped producing urin, We took her to the hospital 3 days ago, she was nausious, and was not eating all day. She was already on a low protine fluid restricted diet by her doctors order. She has breathing problems too. Am I losing her?
Tue, 28 Aug 2018
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End stage renal patient had to be supported by dialysis or she will not survive longer. Consult your nephrologist and he will explain further. Wishing you good health.

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Dr. Shinas Hussai
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