• people
  • Acute kidney failure occurs in about three to seven percent of the 37 million yearly admissions to United States hospitals, or about 1 to 2.6 million people. (rxwiki.com)
  • When the kidneys stop working, most people develop conditions that affect the blood, bones, nerves and skin. (rxwiki.com)
  • This is due to the fact that Asia-Pacific is home to people suffering from hunger, inferior hygiene and higher chances of reporting chronic diseases. (prnob.com)
  • push
  • A build up of wastes occurs as the kidneys are unable to push them out into the bladder to be disposed of through urination. (rxwiki.com)