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  • 1. Do You Know about your Kidney ?
  • 2. Functions of Your Kidneys
    • Excretion of metabolic wastes
    • Balance Water in Body
    • Regulation of extra cellular fluid volume
    • Regulation of extra cellular electrolytes
    • Regulation of blood pressure
    • Regulation of red blood cell production
    • Keep Bones Healthy
  • 3. Did You Know ?
    • Size of your Kidney is equivalent to your Fist
    • Kidneys Filter, blood of our body (approx. 5 liters) 300 times everyday, which is equivalent to 100 Bathing Buckets !
    • Each Kidney has 10 lakh Nephrons (Nephron is the functional unit of Kidney)
    • If joined in series, Nephrons form a 100 km chain, which is equivalent to distance between Ahmedabad and Vadodara
  • 4. Did You Know ?
    • Normal person utilises only 30% of his Kidney’s capacity
    • A person can live a normal life with only one Kidney !
  • 5.
    • High Blood Pressure
    • Diabetes
    • Infection of the Nephron
    • Kidney Stones
    • Accidents
    Reasons For Kidney Failure
  • 6. Some facts …
    • 1 out of 10,000 people in India suffer from Kidney failure.
    • Out of 5 lakh kidney failure patients, only 12,000 patients get treated.
    • Dialysis costs Rs. 15,000 per month
  • 7. Prevent Kidney Failure By…
    • Drinking 8-10 glasses of good quality water everyday
    • Avoiding overdose of drugs
    • Taking appropriate treatment of kidney stones
    • Controlling High Blood Pressure and Diabetes
    • Avoiding Sedentary life
    • Avoiding Alcoholic drinks
  • 8. Prevention, through awareness and early detection, is the key to avoiding kidney failure. References: Indian Renal Foundation, Ahmedabad Campbell’s Urology, Vol.3, 7th Edition , U.S.A.