Renal Failure is the condition of kidney unable to filter wastes from the blood. Acute and chronic renal failure are the two forms of kidney failure. It may leads to abnormal heart rhythms, weakness, confusion, shortness of breath, lethargy or even sudden death.
Renal failure may also occur due to long term damage to the kidney functions leading to chronic renal failure. Symptoms include elevated levels of blood creatinine. Creatinine is a component released from the damaged muscle tissues and excreted normally by the kidneys. In case of renal damage the blood levels of Creatinine begin to rise. Renal failure is acute by problems affecting the flow of blood to the kidneys and chronic renal failure by long term damage to kidney function.
Related Journals of Radiation Failure
Journal of Kidney, Endocrinology & Metabolic Syndrome, Renal Failure, Journal of Renal Care, Renal Society of Australasia Journal, CardioRenal Medicine.