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Kidney Check Up

How is Kidney Control Performed?
If kidney disease is detected early, it can often be prevented or its progression delayed. However, low awareness may impair quality of life by delaying early diagnosis and causing kidney failure. Kidney Check-up, which is performed for diabetics and hypertension patients in our Check-up Clinic, can be corrected by diagnosing kidney damage and using treatments to be applied.

How Does Diabetes Affect the Kidneys?
Diabetes mellitus is the most common cause of chronic kidney failure. It is responsible for approximately 40% of end-stage renal disease. It’s pretty insidious. The earliest sign of the disease is protein leakage in the urine. Protein leaks that have reached large amounts can be noticed by the frothing observed during urination. On the other hand, the diagnosis of kidney damage with sensitive tests to be performed at an early stage is a condition that can be corrected by the treatments to be applied.

How Does High Blood Pressure Affect the Kidneys?
The second leading cause of chronic renal failure is hypertension (30%). In hypertension, which is defined as high blood pressure, symptoms such as kidney damage, protein leakage in the urine and blood in the urine appear before the kidney functions are impaired at the beginning. Uncontrolled persistent high blood pressure poses a higher risk for kidney damage. Early diagnosis is the gold standard in preventing the progression of kidney damage.