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The kidneys contain filtering units called glomeruli. Each glomerulus filters the blood, removing any waste products and excess fluids. Glomerulonephritis is the inflammation of the glomeruli. If the glomeruli are damaged, they cannot filter the blood effectively. If not treated properly, glomerulonephritis may lead to serious kidney problems such as end-stage kidney disease (ESKD) or … Read more

At Panoramic Health, we are dedicated to maintaining the highest standards of data security and privacy. Recently, our Data Platform achieved HITRUST CSF® certification, a prestigious recognition in the field of information security. Sampath Narayanan, Chief Information Officer at Panoramic Health, discusses this key milestone. Congratulations on achieving HITRUST certification! Can you tell us what … Read more

Editors note: Original publish date: Dec 20, 2023 – Updated on June 1, 2024 The kidneys are essential organs needed for survival. Most people are born with two bean-shaped kidneys. These organs are part of the urinary tract, which is responsible for creating and removing urine from the body. Sometimes, after birth, one or both … Read more

Editors note: Original publish date: Feb 5, 2024 – Updated on June 1, 2024 During some pregnancies, a blockage may cause urine to build up in the baby’s kidneys. This causes the kidneys to swell as the urine is unable to flow from the kidneys through the ureter and the bladder. This condition often resolves … Read more

About 600,00 in the United States are estimated to have polycystic kidney disease (PKD). PKD is a genetic disorder that causes cysts to grow in the kidneys. PKD cysts can change the shape of the kidneys, including making them larger. This disease can also cause other health complications, such as cysts in the liver, hypertension, … Read more

37 million adults in the United States are currently living with CKD; however, 90% do not know that they have the disease. Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a condition in which there is permanent damage to the kidneys that cannot be reversed. The damage to the kidneys can also get worse over time, leading to … Read more

When the kidneys fail, it is called kidney failure or end-stage kidney disease (ESKD). Current treatment options include dialysis or a kidney transplant. Dialysis is a treatment that removes waste products and excess fluids from the bloodstream. While dialysis does replace some of the work that your damaged kidneys are unable to continue doing, you … Read more

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a progressive disease that affects more than 10% of the global population. Lifestyle and diet have a direct impact on the amount of waste, toxins, and excess fluid that need to be removed from the bloodstream. Lifestyle and diet also impact a person’s risk of developing other serious health conditions … Read more

Chronic kidney disease is divided into five different stages based on how well the kidneys are functioning. As the stages progress, kidney damage becomes worse, resulting in kidney function loss. It is important to understand the stages of CKD progression and the steps you can take to help slow down the damage to your kidneys. … Read more

If your healthcare provider has just told you that you have chronic kidney disease (CKD), it can be a shock to the system, especially if you have no symptoms or signs of kidney damage. Every year, more than 100,000 people in the U.S. are diagnosed with CKD. Many people only find out about their kidney … Read more