Association of Visfatin With Chronic Kidney Disease in Patients with and Without Diabetes

Samer Zekry

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) has become a global public health threat. The irreversible nature of the disease, its association with significant morbidity and mortality as well as the cost of renal replacement therapy leads to a large burden for health care providers, particularly in developing countries like Egypt. Ceaseless kidney infection (CKD) is a sort of kidney illness wherein there is progressive loss of kidney work over a time of months to years.[2][5] Initially there are commonly no side effects; later, indications may incorporate leg expanding, feeling tired, regurgitating, loss of hunger, and confusion.[2] Complications incorporate an expanded danger of coronary illness, hypertension, bone ailment, and anemia.[3][4][10