Is Chronic Kidney Disease Common in Hypertensive Heart Disease?

Q:
Can hypertensive heart disease easily cause the chronic kidney disease? Is it common?
A:
Heart disease jumps to the leading cause of death in the United States, according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC).

On the one hand, if you have the chronic kidney disease (CKD), you are more likely to get the cardiovascular disease, regardless of age and your kidney condition.

On the other hand, if you have high blood pressure and diabetes, you are probably at higher risk of the renal disease than others.

Keywords: hypertensive heart chronic kidney disease; hypertensive heart kidney disease.

 

 

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