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How Should I Manage My Kidney Failure?

This questionnaire is a set of questions handed to patients with Kidney Failure. These questions will help assess your present health status and help kidney doctors to evaluate your current health status and provide treatment and nursing suggestions to improve quality of life and help the kidneys. Kidney failure patients need to be clear of their illness condition so that they need to answer the questions properly. We agree with personal privacy protection and promise not to reveal your info to anybody.

Patient Information

Q1: Are you a patient with kidney failure?

Yes, I have.  No, my friend, relative or patient has.
Q2: What has resulted in your kidney failure?

Diabetes Hypertensive Nephropathy Polycystic Kidney Disease Lupus Nephritis Purpura Nephritis IgA Nephropathy FSGS Amyloidosis Nephrotic Syndrome Others
Q3: How old is the patient?

Under 18 18-30 30-45 45-60 over 60 years old
Q4: What is the GFR level? (Not clear, test it now)

10-15 mL/min/1.73 ㎡ 8-10 mL/min/1.73 ㎡ 5-10 mL/min/1.73 ㎡ <5 mL/min/1.73 ㎡ Not sure
Q5: What discomforts/complications are troubling you?

Anemia High blood pressure Feeling very weak Bad mouth odor Swelling Proteinuria Nausea Vomiting Itchy skin Excessive night urination Heart disease Poor appetite Complications of Diabetes: foot ulcer , blurry vision, heart disease Other symptoms
Q6: Have you started dialysis now ?

Yes No
Q7: If the above answer is yes, how long have you been on dialysis?

<3 months 3-6 months 6 months to one year 1-3 years 3-5 years 5-10 years Over 10 years
Q8: What is daily urine output now?

Above 2500ml 1500-2500ml 1000-1500ml 400-1000ml Below 400ml
Q9: Choose if you have any of the following problems:

Hard to find proper foods to eat Creatinine very high even after dialysis Short of breath even after dialysis Difficulty in controlling blood glucose Find myself getting weak and weak Difficulty in managing my condition when on dialysis Others
10.Describe your current illness condition or how you feel in short words.

    Your Name: *

    Country: *

    Email: *

    Phone: (optional)

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