Excessive use of pain killers leads to kidney failure

Excessive use of pain killers leads to kidney failure
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Nephrologist Srinivasa Reddy said that there was need to reduce use of pain killers and suggested to use pain killers on the advice of doctors. He addressed a meeting held in the Service Health Organisation here on Sunday, on kidney problems. 

Guntur: Nephrologist Srinivasa Reddy said that there was need to reduce use of pain killers and suggested to use pain killers on the advice of doctors. He addressed a meeting held in the Service Health Organisation here on Sunday, on kidney problems.

Speaking on the occasion, he said that patients suffering from BP and diabetes, were using more pain killers which was leading to kidney problems. Patient would come to know about kidney failure in advanced stages itself. “After conducting tests, we can diagnose kidney failure. Kidney transplantation is an expensive surgery,” he added. Service Health Organisation president Dr T Sevakumar was also present.

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