Chronic kidney disease: renal anemia
Anemia is one of the most prevailing complications of chronic renal failure. Symptoms such as fatigue, anorexia, concentration problems and dyspnea are often caused by the anemia. Normochrome, normocellular anemia is due to the decreased production of erythropoietin (EPO) by the kidneys. The peptide hormone
Anemia in the setting of acute renal failure is very common and usually multifactorial. Which of the following is NOT a cause?
Extra info: Hypophosphatemia may cause hemolysis and anemia and usually seen in those with aggressive dialysis weather hemo- or peritoneal.