Research Findings in IJKD, July 2009

July 2009
Iranian Journal of Kidney Diseases;Jul2009, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p180
Academic Journal
The article presents the findings of nephrological studies conducted by Iranian researchers. Physicians have treated various diseases affected to neonates such as heart failure, respiratory disease and dehydration at intensive care unit (ICU) in a 3-year period of hospitalization. Physicians have recommended the efficacy of taking vitamin supplements and anti lipids for controlling the possible risks of heart diseases to hemodialysis patients. According to the research, the kidney diseases can affect the marital relationships based on consensus, expression of affection, satisfaction and cohesion.


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