Recent Examples of renal from the Web
Rogers said the two have been answering nonstop emergency calls, responding to patients in renal failure unable to get dialysis, to head injuries and cardiac arrests.
Baxter makes dialyzers, used for people with end-stage renal disease to filter fluids and wastes through dialysis.
Before the March 13 surgery, Stansel faced end-stage renal disease — the last leg before kidney disease leading to death.
James Liggett, a son, said the cause of death was renal failure.
The reason is that people are living longer with end-stage renal disease, said Anjay Rastogi, a professor of nephrology at UCLA’s David Geffen School of Medicine.
The cause was pneumonia and renal failure, said a daughter, Nancy Morawetz.
Potassium phosphates — on the market since the 1980s and used for renal failure patients, preemies and patients undergoing chemotherapy — cost Medicaid an extra $1.8 million in 2016.
The proposals closely resemble pending bills that have thrust for-profit dialysis centers, which treat more than 63,000 Californians with end-stage renal disease, into the legislative fray.
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Origin and Etymology of renal
First Known Use: circa 1656See Words from the same year
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Definition of renal for English Language Learners
medical : relating to or involving the kidneys
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