CORRELATION BETWEEN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASES AND HEMATOLGICAL DATA IN SABRATHA HOSPITAL IN LIBYA
In chronic kidney failure, there is impairment in the excretion of toxic non-volatile solutes, with consequent increase in the plasma concentrations of all metabolites derived mainly from protein metabolism, characterized by increased urea and creatinine, the prevalence and severity of anemia are related to the kidney disease stage and the relative deficiency or reduction in erythropoietin production is the main cause. This study aimed at checking the correlation between anemia and chronic kidney diseases in patients who underwent hemodialysis in Sabratha Hospital in the West of Libya. This study was conducted on 60 patients (36 males and 24 females) with chronic renal failure from October 2015 to April 2016 and a group of 40 (20 males and 20 females) individuals as control. The results of the study concluded that there is a correlation between progression of chronic kidney diseases and reduction in hemoglobin, red blood cells count, hematocrit, and serum iron.
Keywords: Chronic kidney diseases, Chronic kidney disease, Anemia, Renal failure
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