Disease Pathogenesis and Research Progression of Renal Anemia
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Yingying Liu, Qi Jiang
Renal anemia is a common complication of chronic kidney disease (CKD), especially end-stage renal disease. Because of its complex pathogenesis and poor long-term prognosis, it is one of the difficulties in clinical treatment. Erythropoietin deficiency is the main cause of renal anemia. In addition, deficiency of active vitamins, inflammation and infection, and disorder of iron metabolism can further aggravate renal anemia. The treatment of new renal anemia mainly includes two kinds: drug therapy and transfusion therapy. This paper elaborates the pathogenesis and progress of renal anemia to provide references for relevant researchers.
Disease Pathogenesis, Research Progression, Renal Anemia