Heart Disease and Chronic Kidney Disease

Heart disease can affect kidney & cause kidney disease, although kidney disease could also be a cause heart disease. Heart disease is the common cause of death among people who are taking dialysis. When kidneys are not functioning well, they cannot reinforce the remaining parts of body as they should work. This can cause complications for heart. Symptoms will not show by heart until the condition getting worse i.e., heart & blood vessels are critically damaged. The easy way to prevent heart disease is to control the complications that can lead to anaemia, hypertension and complications with calcium & phosphate levels. The heart & the kidneys work relatedly together. When there is a problem with either heart or brain, things can go worse in the other. Heart disease can lead to chronic kidney disease (CKD), & CKD can also lead to heart disease. People who are having heart disease, their heart may not pump blood in the correct way& their heart may become full of blood. This results pressure increases within the main vein of kidneys, which results in a blockage & decreased supply of oxygen rich blood to the kidneys. This can lead to kidney disease.

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