New Therapies Used in Renal Failure

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Rani Ravina
Garg Yukta
Jindal Diksha
Patil H.C
Patil R. K


Acute renal failure affects all organ systems, which is characterized by a sudden loss of renal function, and causes abnormalities in the control of acid-base balance, electrolytes, and divalent captions as well as extracellular fluid balance. The absolute mortality rates for ARF acquired in hospitals and intensive care units are roughly 45% and 70%, respectively, despite significant advancements in organ support devices during the previous 20 years.Additionally, the quality of life has been proposed as a beneficial addition to clinical outcome measures because it can independently predict dialysis patients' death and length of hospitalization.There are also chances of differences in the prevalence if there is difference in the survival or lifetime duration if ailment is diagnosed.

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Rani Ravina, Garg Yukta, Jindal Diksha, Patil H.C, & Patil R. K. (2023). New Therapies Used in Renal Failure. Journal of Coastal Life Medicine, 11(2), 1464–1470. Retrieved from


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