This is a review consider gone for getting to the statistic qualities, causes and co-grim states of perpetual kidney infection (CKD) in patients accepting hemodialysis at SCCL main hospital, Kothagudem, Telangana. A sum of fifty two (52) patients was contemplated. Patients that took an interest in the examination were chosen through case records. An aggregate of 50 (96%) case organizers containing complete data on the information required were reviewed.The aftereffects of the examination demonstrated conveyance of the patients included 68% (34) guys and 32% (16) females. The general mean age of the patients were 53.68 ± 12.14 years. The essential drivers of CKD included hypertension represented 56% of the considerable number of cases, trailed by both hypertension and diabetes mellitus (40%) and others (4%). It was seen that the most incessant co-morbidities were observed to be stroke represented 8% of the members, CAD, TB, and dyslipidemia represented 4% of the members each. It was seen that there is no noteworthy direct connection between time of patients and their weight on confirmation (r = 0.1740, p esteem 0.3666). It was reasoned that the reasons for unending kidney sicknesses which included cardiovascular maladies and different conditions, calls for better administration in patients to avert further inconveniences and lessen extreme grimness and mortality related with unfavorable results of CKD in SSCL and different territories influenced by perpetual kidney ailment.
DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS, CAUSES AND CO-MORBID CONDITIONS OF CKD IN PATIENTS RECEIVING HEMODIALYSIS AT SCCL, MAIN HOSPITAL, KOTHAGUDEM.