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Trends In Chronic Kidney Disease In Bulgaria

Emiliya Georgieva, Neli Ermenlieva, Nikolay Kolarov

Abstract

Chronic kidney disease is one of the most widespread medical conditions of adults and elderly people. In developed countries where the aging population is increasing, kidney disease is the first among the causes of mortality. It is difficult to diagnose due to lack of complaints, indicating the need for screening through laboratory tests. In Bulgaria and in the world there is a tendency for a progressive increase of the kidney diseases leading to chronic kidney failure.


Keywords

chronic kidney disease, diagnosis, tendency

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