It is estimated that on an average, an end-stage renal disease patient has to wait for at least two to three years before getting a kidney transplant. The longer the patient has to stay on dialysis before receiving a transplant, the greater are the chances of reduction in the success rate of the procedure.
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Having a healthy and a heavy breakfast is important to reduce your risk of a number of diseases and conditions. For example, skipping breakfast has long been associated with an increased risk of hypertension, obesity, lower energy levels and accumulation of bad fats in the body.
The ill-health effect of skipping breakfast does not end … Read More
We are all past the phase when it was considered impossible to treat serious conditions or illnesses. Now it is actually possible for people to delay death, thanks to the advancements made in medical technology in the past few decades.
Now it is actually possible to put even brain dead people on life support system, … Read More
Choosing the right hospital and the right doctor for medical treatment is of utmost important, especially in case of critical and life-threatening conditions. However, the decision becomes all the more critical and important when a patients travels from the overseas or another country to get treated, putting at stake thousands of dollars, energy and their … Read More
Each year, millions of people around the world leave their country of current residence to travel abroad and seek affordable and quality medical treatment and care. Some of the reasons that make medical tourists travel abroad include better quality services, cheaper medical treatment costs and availability of elective or restricted treatments.
In addition, a large … Read More