Kidney Failure Diabetes Life Expectancy

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If you have an illness or medical condition that increases the risk of acute renal failure, your doctor will monitor you closely for symptoms or signs of kidney failure. He or she may give you blood and urine tests and measure the amount of urine you produce. If you have a chronic medical condition that increases the risk of long-term kidney damage, your doctor will check your blood pressure and look for symptoms of chronic renal failure as a part of regularly scheduled office visits.

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