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nephrological

(ˌnɛfrəˈlɒdʒɪkəl)
adj
(Anatomy) of or relating to nephrology
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On the basis of indication, the market is classified as cardiovascular disorders, cancer, gastrointestinal disorders, musculoskeletal disorders, neurological disorders, nephrological disorders.
On considering the application, market is divided into gastrointestinal diseases, nephrological diseases, immune system disorders, cardiac diseases, cancer, infectious diseases and more.
Hematuria can be classified as nephrological (glomerular disease) or urological (tumors, urinary tract infection, stone disease, benign prostatic enlargement, urethral caruncle, meatal ulcers, trauma) in origin (3,4,5,8).
According to the Modified Marshall Scoring System, organ failure included cardiovascular, pulmonary, and nephrological complications (15).
The current survey on number of persons with nephrology and urology manifestations in the Netherlands says that, although the mortality from Nephrological Disorders in the country has declined, the disease burden remains high.
"The Importance of pre-ESRD Education and Early Nephrological Care in Peritoneal Dialysis Selection and Outcome." Peritoneal Dialysis International8 (4): 363-5.
Renal replacement therapy in intensive care units: A survey of nephrological practice in northwest Italy.
The termination of pregnancy has been stated to improve the clinical respiratory, cardiological, nephrological, hematological, and vascular complications.
These alarming statistics highlighted the importance of good and effective nephrological care in the country, he said and added that in western countries, diabetes and hypertension account for over 2/3rd of the cases of chronic kidney disease (CKD).
At times, the complications of diabetes like neurological or nephrological conditions could be the reason for discovery of the condition.
N 37 Sex (N, %) Male: 13 (35.13%) Female: 24 (64.87%) Age (mean, SD) 58.32 (13.26) Rheumatological conditions: 11 (29.72%) Disease (N, %) Nephrological conditions: 11 (29.72%) Nononcological chronic pain: 15 (40.54%) Never married: 5 (13.51%) Marital status (N, %) Married: 23 (62.16%) Divorced: 3 (8.1%) Widowed: 6 (16.21%) Elementary school: 8 (21.62%) Education (N, %) Middle school: 5 (13.51%) High school: 17 (45.94%) Degree: 7 (19.91%) Office worker: 8 (21.62%) Factory worker: 4 (10.81%) Professional: 6 (16.21%) Job (N, %) Educator/teacher: 5 (13.51%) Health professionals: 2 (5.4%) Retired: 8 (24.32%) Unemployed: 3 (8.1%) Treatment (N, %) Individual sessions: 29 (78.37%) Group sessions: 8 (21.62%) Table 2: Linear mixed modeling.
Tentative evidence suggests that nephrological follow-up could improve mortality and possibly renal recovery [5, 6].