Kidney failure, also known asrenal failure or (formerly) renal insufficiency, is an event that can be life changing. The limited treatment options result in a severe impact on an individual’s ability to continue to perform their previous job. Many patients who are dealing with kidney failure have to go on dialysis and are placed on the transplant list. Kidney failure affects nearly every part of the body, and is when the kidneys, which process chemicals in the blood, begin to fail. This means that the person who is suffering from kidney failure begins to have toxic blood. The only treatment for this right now is dialysis and eventual transplant, which makes kidney failure a very difficult problem for the patients who are suffering from it.
Causes of Kidney Failure:
- Malignant Hypertension:
- Reaction to Transfusion:
- Acute Pyelonephritis:
- Acute Tubular Necrosis:
- Decreased Blood Flow (Low Blood Pressure):
- Hemolytic-Uremic Syndrome:
- Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Thrombotic Purpura (ITTP):
also known as a hypertensive emergency that can irreversibly injure organs in a short period of time.
Certain mistakes, oversights, or unforeseeable emergencies arising from blood transfusions.
Can lead to malignant hypertension, which can damage kidneys.
Inflammation of the kidneys and renal pelvis that can cause reduced efficiency of the kidneys.
A blood infection that can attack many organs, related to blood poisoning or sepsis.
Breakdown of the cells that form the tubule that transports urine from the body. If the cause is isolated and dealt with, recovery is usually likely.
Can insufficiently transport toxins extracted from the blood, causing them to build up in the kidneys.
Loss of red blood cells and low platelet count leading to renal failure. Most cases follow an infection by E. coli.
Formation of microscopic blood clots throughout the body. In the kidneys, these blood clots can restrict blood flow and cause kidney failure.
Some common symptoms include pain between ribs and hips, nausea, seizures, changes in urination, bruising, emotional changes, loss of appetite, and exhaustion.
Kidney failure can be a debilitating disease that keeps you out of work for long periods of time. If you or a loved one has this disease and it is affecting your life so severely that your doctor tells you that you should not return to work, contact an experienced MA Social Security Disability Attorney right away. An experienced Social Security attorney in Massachusetts can help you to make important life decisions and can ease the stress of the application process to the Social Security Administration. Nearly 75 percent of all first time applicants for Social Security Disability are denied benefits. This denial is generally not because the disability is not worthy of benefits, but rather because the paperwork was not what the Social Security Administration was looking for.
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