Nephrology Medicine

The field of internal medicine known as nephrology focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of illnesses of the excretory organ. Because the excretory organ performs so many critical duties, nephrologists are well-versed not only in treating basic excretory organ diseases, but also in dealing with the long-term effects of excretory organ dysfunction. A primary role of nephrologists is to have a thorough understanding of the role of the kidneys in various general diseases (such as redness or heart failure), and because of the central role of the excretory organ in maintaining vital sign, nephrologists also have experience managing cardiovascular disease, particularly when it is difficult to manage. Nephrologists assist in the management of fluid, solution, and acid-base abnormalities, particularly those that arise in advanced renal disease. The oversight of qualitative analysis (including dialysis and serosa dialysis) in patients requiring excretory renal replacement medical treatment, as well as involvement in the excretory organ transplant procedure, is a critical duty of medicine.

  • End-Stage Renal Disease in Emergency Medicine (ESRD)
  • Chronic Kidney Disease
  • Hydronephrosis

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