Rhabdomyolysis (rhabdo for short) is a sometimes fatal condition caused by overexertion that results in overtaxed muscle cells bursting and dying, releasing toxins into the body. Experts worry many people returning to the gym after a COVID-19 pandemic hiatus might push themselves too hard and wind up diagnosed with rhabdo, reports the Washington Post.
Category: Kidney Disease
Healthy adults with higher levels of phosphate in the blood are more likely to have increased levels of calcium in the coronary arteries.Read More
A National effort is underway to combat chronic kidney disease in North America by offering physicians patient-specific clinical guidance. The program corresponds to newly passed legislation aimed at combating the disease.Read More
Any report on the diagnosis and treatment of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in the United States is shaped by two facts. First, kidney disease cases continue to multiply. Second, costs for treatment—including dialysiRead More