1 - 20 Years
Kidney disease, like high blood pressure, is a significant risk factor because it is symptom-free until it's well advanced. In fact, the two are closely linked. Kidney disease is both a common cause and a common result of high blood pressure. It's often difficult for general physicians to diagnose, because the two main tests -- blood protein, and creatinine levels -- are highly variable and can be affected by diet, drug interactions and many other factors. Nephrologists specialize in interpreting these tests and others, confirming or rejecting kidney disease and determining its severity, when it's present.
|Salary||12 Lac To 30 Lac P.A.|
|Industry||Medical / Health Care / Hospitals|
|Work Experience||1 - 20 Years|