Acute Renal Failure (ARF)
Kidneys can get damaged by sudden acute loss of blood and cause sudden kidney (renal) failure. This rapid drop in
the kidney function is called
Acute renal failure
. When ARF occurs, waste products,
such as nitrogen, salt and fluid can accumulate, upsetting the body's normal
chemical balance. Chemicals and electrolytes, such as sodium, potassium, and
calcium, which are needed for normal body functioning, become toxic to the body
when they reach abnormally high or low levels.
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