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Kidney and old age: changes in the kidneys and the urinary system

Is kidney disease related to age? Yes. Any kidney disease may appear at any age, but it is more likely to appear over the age of 60. At least 50% of the patients suffering from a kidney disease is elderly. The older we get, the older our kidneys get.

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COVID-19

Mesogeios Dialysis Centers Group analyzed the severity of the situation in a timely manner, and took all necessary measures, always with a high sense of responsibility towards its patients and staff.

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Nephrolithiasis: what we all know as “kidney stones”- basic information.

What are “kidney stones”? Kidney stones are hard and solid pieces of material that look like pebbles and form in one or both kidneys when there is a high concentration of certain minerals in the urine.

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Sleep disorders and kidney failure. Is there a connection?

Are sleep disorders common in dialysis patients? Yes, they are very common. Approximately 70% of patients on dialysis suffer from insomnia.

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Holidays during covid-19?

Mobilizing chronically ill people to increase functionality in their lives, to include voyeuristic activities and not to be afraid of their clinical condition , are key components for dealing with anxiety and possible depressive symptoms

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Basic nutritional principles in chronic kidney disease

The kidneys are the body’s natural “filter” seeing as they help remove toxins and excess water from our blood.

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