Kidney failure that requires you to be on dialysis or have a kidney transplant.
End-stage renal disease/chronic kidney failure. A condition for which patients need dialysis or a transplant.
Total and permanent kidney failure. When the kidneys fail, the body retains fluid and harmful wastes build up. A person with ESRD needs treatment to replace the work of the failed kidneys.
When the kidneys are not working so treatment by dialysis or kidney transplantation is necessary. Another name for ESRD is chronic kidney failure.
Most people who need a kidney transplant or renal dialysis because of chronic kidney disease are automatically covered under Medicare Part A.
ESRD is the stage of renal impairment that appears irreversible and permanent, and requires a regular course of dialysis or kidney transplantation to maintain life. Medicare covers services furnished to beneficiaries with end-stage renal disease, including those under age 65, who require dialysis or kidney transplantation. Back to the top of the page
Any irreversible kidney which requires dialysis therapy or kidney transplant in order to sustain the persons life.
(ESRD) total and permanent kidney failure requiring treatment to replace the work of the failed kidneys.
ESRD. Chronic irreversible renal failure.
The final stage of kidney failure.
(ESRD) - A very serious and life-threatening kidney disease that minorities suffer much more frequently than do Whites. ESRD is treatable with dialysis, however, dialysis is costly and can result in a poor quality of life for the patient. The preferred treatment of ESRD is kidney transplantation. Transplantation offers the patient "freedom" from dialysis to lead a more normal lifestyle and can successfully treat ESRD for many years.
Severe kidney disease or chronic kidney failure that has reduced the kidney function to 10 percent or less of normal function, requiring the patient to have either dialysis or a transplant in order to live. Also called renal failure. Jump to Top
Stage in kidney disease when treatment, such as dialysis or transplantation, becomes necessary. “End-stage” refers to the end of kidney function. Also called end-stage kidney disease.
When chronic renal failure cannot be controlled by medical management and when the patient requires either dialysis or a kidney transplant.
The final, irreversible phase of kidney disease. The kidneys function at 10% or less of normal function and dialysis or kidney transplantation is required. Anemia is a common complication of end-stage renal disease because the kidneys are unable to produce enough erythropoietin, a hormone that stimulates the red blood cell production.
the final stages of a terminal kidney disease or condition when there is complete or near complete failure of the kidneys to function
End-stage renal disease, or permanent kidney failure. ESRD occurs when kidney function is approximately 10% to 15% of normal or less, and the patient needs dialysis or a kidney transplant to live.
total kidney failure that requires dialysis to remove wastes and fluids from the bloodstream or kidney transplantation.
Permanent kidney failure which requires a person to receive dialysis or a kidney transplant.
A late stage of chronic renal failure in which kidney function in less than 10 percent of normal, and regular dialysis or kidney transplantion is required to maintain life.
Permanent kidney failure requiring dialysis or a kidney transplant.
Permanent kidney failure that requires a regular course of dialysis or a kidney transplant.
The final phase of kidney disease; treated by dialysis or kidney transplantation. See also: Dialysis; nephropathy.
see kidney failure.