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What is kidney failure?

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What is kidney failure?

The function of the kidneys is, among other things, to get rid of the waste products that result from the body's metabolism.

One of the major by-products of the metabolism of protein (muscle) is urea. The kidneys remove the waste products by extracting them from the blood and sending them along the ureter to the bladder, from where they are excreted in the urine.

What is kidney failure?

If the kidney function fails, the waste products accumulate in the blood and the body. The term for this build-up is azotaemia.

Very mild levels of azotaemia may give little or no symptoms, but if the kidney failure continues then symptoms will start to appear.

If the kidney (or renal) failure is of sufficient degree to cause symptoms, it is called uraemia.

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