Kidney is part of the body which has a vital function for humans. Kidneys are excretory organs shaped like beans. As part of the urinary system, the kidneys have function to filter impurities from the blood and throw it together with water in the form of urine. There is a pair of kidneys that are located behind the abdomen. The kidneys are located on either side of the spine, below the liver and spleen. Kidneys of adults have a size of 11 cm and a thickness of 5 cm and weigh about 150 grams. Human blood passes through the kidneys as much as 350 times every day at a rate of 1.2 liters per minute, resulting in glomerular filtrate 125 cc per minute. The rate of glomerular is often used to test toward kidney function. There is a term kidney failure. The writer will talk about signs of kidney failure and other matters related to kidney failure.
Maybe some of you do not understand about kidney disease. The writer will give you an understanding of kidney failure. Kidney failure is a disease which kidney function has decreased until finally no longer able to work likes filtering exhaust the body of electrolytes, maintain fluid balance and body chemicals such as sodium and potassium in the blood or urine production. Kidney disease can affect anyone who is suffering from a serious illness or injury. It has a direct impact on the kidney itself. Kidney disease is more occurred in the elderly.