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Indian scientists develop artificial enzyme to keep HIV virus in check

Made from vanadium pentoxide nanosheets, the new “nanozymes” work by mimicking the natural enzyme called glutathione peroxidase to help reduce oxidative stress levels in the host’s cells, which is required to keep the virus in check......................

Latest research by NII scientists raises new hope for mitochondrial disorders

In the new study, the researchers at National Institute of Immunology focused on autosomal dominant progressive external ophthalmoplegia (adPEO) as it is one of the most common Mitochondrial disorders......................

World Kidney Day: 40% of kidney transplant patients at Apollo are...

The upsurge in chronic kidney diseases in people below 30 years of age, Delay in treatment of fluctuating BP along with sedentary lifestyle reported as key risk factors.....................

Hematological disorders associated with Covid-19

Dr Niti Raizada, Director - Medical Oncology and Hemato-Oncology, Fortis Hospital, Bengaluru takes us through a plethora of hematological disorders that form the leading cause of morbidity and mortality associated with COVID-19...................

Astrazeneca’s diabetes drug, Dapagliflozin shows positive results for CKD in global...

AstraZeneca’s dapagliflozin is the first medicine in SGLT-2i class to move into a new disease area by demonstrating efficacy and safety data for the treatment of patients with CKD...................

COVID-19: Managing kidney health during continuous lockdown

Dr Girish N. S., Head of Nephrology, Department, Columbia Asia Hospitals (Hebbal) offers his advice on managing kidney health during these COVID-19 times, and the lockdown period...................

COVID-19 doesn’t only infect lungs but also kidneys, say experts

As per expert studies, 25-50% of the people infected with COVID-19 reported developing symptoms of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI).................

Kidney patients are more vulnerable to COVID-19 infections

The patients with damaged kidneys, also known as uremic patients, are particularly vulnerable to infection and may exhibit greater variations in clinical symptoms and infectivity.................

Healthy Lifestyle or Chronic Kidney Disease: The Choice is yours!

Research shows that our lifestyle choices are among the top causes that are associated with chronic kidney disease, writes Dr H. Sudarshan Ballal, President, NATHEALTH.............

New breakthrough treatment for kidney disease offers hope for diabetes patients

The trial results have been presented at the International Society of Nephrology (ISN) Congress at Melbourne today. The results show the positive impact of the drug canagliflozin on lowering diabetes and cardiovascular risk for people with kidney disease........