CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE FEDERATED WITH DIABETES MELLITUS, HYPERTENSION, TRAMADOL HYDROCHLORIDE – A CASE SERIES
Bhuvaneswari P., Punitha S.* and Deva Priya S. A.
Chronic kidney disease is a restrained loss of conventional kidney function anticipated to a diversity of assorted influences. Here we are reporting a case of 3 patients with Chronic Kidney Disease which is induced by Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, Hypertension, Tramadol Hydrochloride, and their pathophysiology of them were discussed. In this case, 3 patients had undergone dialysis, and their pre-dialysis and post dialysis vitals, past medical history were noted. The feasible discernment of the case and a therapeutic protocol with an auspicious consequence has been deliberated. Pharmacists have an essential role in analyzing a case study of patients and to improve the quality of life and reduce hospitalization of the patients.
Keywords: In this case, 3 patients had undergone dialysis, and their pre-dialysis and post dialysis vitals, past medical history were noted.
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