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Slow growing kidney diseases have no symptoms and can lead to serious kidney damage

"Hemodialysis patients, we dialyse them, we send them home. Then they eat food, drink water and they take salt and other spices, so the time they come for the next dialysis, we find that lot of them gain weight and blood pressure also similarly goes up" says Dr Georgi Abraham, Director Nephrologist, The Madras Medical Mission (MMM)Hospital, Chennai.

Monitoring the water, muscle and fat is mandatory in patients with long term heart diseases, liver diseases and kidney diseases. The MMM Hospital use the InBody S10 for the same.

 

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