Name Tutor Course Date Health and economic effect of kidney disease Introduction Chronic kidney disease CKD is a severe disease that affects several hundred millions of people worldwide and the numbers keep escalating wildly. On estimation basis the disease causes an annual death of 830 000 as well as disability adjusted life years of 18 867 000. Consequently it has been ranked the 17th disability cause and 12th cause of deaths. Given that majority of CKD progress to end-stage renal disease (ESRD) the management and treatment of the disease thus pose a great impact on the economy (Bio-renovo.com). Thesis statement: Available at bio-renovo.com . 17 Feb. 2016. Li X. and L. Yang. "Economic Evaluation of the Treatments for Hypophosphatemia among Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease: A Review." Value in Health 17.7 (2014): A812. 10.1016 O'Brien JA Shomphe LA Kavanagh PL Raggio G Caro JJ. Direct medical costs of complications resulting from type 2 diabetes in the US. Diabetes Care 1998; 21: 1122-8 Songer Thomas. "Www.Idf.Org." The costs of kidney disease. N.p. 2003. Available at https: . 17 Feb. 2016. The United States Government Manual 2011. Washington D.C: Office of the Federal Register National Archives and Records Service Administration 2011. Print. [...]
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