Simple Tests for Kidney Disease

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According to the National Kidney Foundation, one in nine adults have kidney disease – which is over 26 million Americans.  Many do not know they have, or at risk of having, kidney disease.  To find whether or not you or your loved ones have kidney disease, follow the recommended three tests.  One of the most common causes for kidney disease is high blood pressure, and knowing whether your number is high is vital in lowering your risks of kidney disease.  Protein in urine is one of the earliest signs of kidney disease, especially for diabetics, thus a urinalysis is also one of the recommended tests.  Finally, the Glomerular filtration rate is able to determine how well the kidney is working to remove waste from your blood, and is also a great way for early kidney disease detection.

No matter what stage of kidney disease, A-1 Home Care has the right caregivers for those needing kidney disease care.  All our caregivers, such as Stacey Salcedo and Camila Reyes, are very friendly, capable, and skilled in the all aspects of caregiving.  Each are able to work independently in Kidney Disease Care, Incontinence Care, Multiple Sclerosis Care, After Surgery Care, Parkinson’s Care, Hospice Care, and other Home Care needs.  For over 20 years, our company has been operating in the cities of Santa Monica, Malibu, Redondo Beach, Huntington Beach, Costa Mesa, Whittier, Pasadena, and other cities all over Los Angeles and Orange County.  We guarantee compatibility, and are flexible to accommodate both 24 hour live-in or hourly live-out care.

Call 562-929-8400 today to being service immediately, or visit www.a-1domestic.com to learn more. Be sure to like us on Facebook.

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