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What causes renal failure?

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What causes renal failure?

Renal failure can happen rapidly – over days, weeks or months (acute renal failure) or slowly over a period of years (chronic renal failure).

Acute renal failure

This may occur with any serious illness or operation, particularly those complicated by severe infection. Acute kidney injury is common affecting about 20 per cent of those admitted to hospital with acute conditions. If the blood supply to the kidneys is reduced considerably from blood loss, a fall in blood pressure, severe dehydration or lack of salt, then the kidneys may be damaged. If this problem lasts long enough there can be permanent damage to the kidney tissue.

What causes renal failure?

Sudden blockage to the drainage of urine from the kidney can cause damage. A kidney stone is a possible cause of this. Acute kidney damage can occur as a rare side effect of some medications and other rare conditions.

Acute kidney damage can occur as a rare side effect of some medications and other rare conditions.

Chronic renal failure

There are many causes of chronic renal failure, including inflammatory conditions affecting the kidney tissue, as a complication of long-standingdiabetes mellitus (sugar diabetes), chronic blockage to the drainage of the kidneys and as a result of certain inherited conditions such as polycystic kidney disease.

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