Reduced kidney function

Reduced kidney function

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12 May 2015 Iodine-based contrast media are generally safe; however, occasionally people have side effects such as an allergic reaction
(Topic)
09 Dec 2013 Ageing reduces kidney function, and this can increase the risk of side effects and interactions with medicines. Find out what this might mean for you or someone you care for.
(Topic)
06 Nov 2013 Find out about pain relievers containing dextroproproxyphene (e.g. Di-Gesic and Doloxene) and how the new prescribing and supply processes might affect you.
(Medicine)
19 Jul 2013 Rivaroxaban may not be suitable for everyone, due to bleeding risk or other safety reasons. Find out who should avoid rivaroxaban and why.
(Medical test)
28 Jun 2013 Kidney function tests (also called renal function tests) are blood tests used to check how well your kidneys are working.
(Medical test)
28 Jun 2013 Your kidneys may be affected by many conditions and there may be different causes of reduced kidney function. Find out about the tests used for assessing your kidney function.
(Medicine)
25 Jun 2013 Some people should not take dabigatran due to bleeding risk or other safety reasons. Find out who should avoid dabigatran and why.
For health professionals (Medical test)
30 Jun 2012 Kidney function monitoring should be considered in patients using a medicine that can impair or adversely affect kidney function
For health professionals (Medical test)
30 Jun 2012 It is estimated that 10% of all adults presenting to a general practice in Australia have chronic kidney disease, and 80% have at least one risk factor
For health professionals (Medical test)
30 Jun 2012 Kidney Health Australia provide an algorithm to help GPs detect chronic kidney disease, and guide decisions about when to refer