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MBBS, FRCP, FCPS, MCPS
M.B.B.S., MSc (Nephrology - UK), MSc (Public Health - UK), M.D (Internal Medicine - UK), FRSPH (UK)
MBBS, MD (USA), DABIM (USA), DABN (USA)
MBBS, M.D (Nephrology), M.D (USA)
MBBS, MRCP (Medicine), MRCPS (Glassgow), M.D (Nephrology), MACP (USA), M.D
MBBS, M.D (Nephrology)
M.B.B.S, M.D. (USA), F.A.C.P. (USA)
MBBS, FCPS (Medicine)
MBBS, MRCP, BSC, SBIN
MBBS, MPH, FACS, DAB
MBBS, Grading in Medicine, FCPS (Med.), Dip. in Nephrology & Hypertension
An electrolyte imbalance occurs when the levels of electrolytes in your body are either too high or too low. Common symptoms of an electrolyte disorder include irregular heartbeat, fast heart rate, fatigue, lethargy, convulsions or seizures, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or constipation abdominal cramping muscle weakness, muscle cramping and headaches.
While some habits are noticeably harmful to our health, we might be unaware of others. These unhealthy habits put a lot of pressure on our kidneys, which are one of the most import
Humans function on energy. The food we eat is broken down and converted into energy by enzymes that naturally occur in our body. This energy is known as calorie(s) and is crucial f
Edema is swelling caused by excess fluid trapped in your body's tissues. It occurs when tiny blood vessels leak fluid. This fluid builds up in surrounding tissues, leading to swell
Kidney stone formation is a modern day medical phenomenon which affects a large percentage of the world population. That is, almost 1 in 20 individuals will develop kidney stones a