Chronic Kidney Disease
Chronic Kidney disease, or CKD is the 9th leading cause of death in the United States. According to one estimate 30 million people have some degree of chronic kidney disease in the US. Kidney disease is on the rise in Kentucky and is higher than the national average around 3.9% per year. Chronic kidney disease means, A kidney can no longer filter blood properly, leading to a build up of toxins in the blood. It occurs mostly in patients with poorly controlled diabetes and high blood pressure. Chronic kidney is disease categorized into five stages. Stage 1 (early stage) to stage 5, Where patient needs dialysis.
At NAL, we provide personalized care to patients at different stages of kidney disease. Our team of experts work diligently with patients, insurances and pharmaceuticals to provide the latest treatment available to slow the progression of kidney disease. We also work closely with team of surgeons at Saint Joseph Hospital and Central Baptist Hospital to provide vascular access for patients needing dialysis.
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