National Kidney Month on March, 2019: what are some random national days?
March, 2019 is National Kidney Month 2019. Feature - March is National Kidney Month Take care of your kidneys
For january: Fruitcake Toss Day 3rd, National English Toffee Day the 8th, Penguin Day 22nd, National Compliment Day the 25th, Bald Eagle Appreciation days the 16-18th, Bubble wrap appreciation day 26th
Feb: Adopt a Rescued Rabbit month, Freedom Day 1st, White shirt day the 11th, National Have A Heart Day the 14th, National Gum Drop Day the 15th, Clam Chowder Day the 21st, International Pancake Day the 24th
Mar:Beer Day the 1st, Sherlock Holmes Day 6-8th, Get Over It Day the 8th, Panic Day the 9th, International Ask A Question Day the 14th, World Kidney Day the 10th,International Day of the Seal day 22nd
April: Fresh Florida Tomatoes Month, International Children book Day the 2nd, St. Stupid Day the 1st, World Health Day the 7th, Buddha Day the 8th, National Be kind to a lawyer day 14th, Hairball Awareness day the 17th, Hug an Australian Day 26th
Ok thats all i can think of..oh and THESE ARE OFFICIAL FOR THE YEAR 2009.
I should've just given you the darn link, here:
is a GFR of 40 (left kidney) and 29 (right kidney) normal? results from renal scan?
According to the National Kidney Foundation, ‘normal’ results range from 90 - 120 mL/min. The figures that you quote are below the ‘normal’ range and levels below 60 mL/min for 3 or more months are a sign of chronic kidney disease. You do not indicate the result of any other tests that have been completed or any that are planned. It would be normal to follow up with further tests and check again within a three month period. You would be advised to discuss this with your doctor/nephrologist.
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It is extremely important to obtain an accurate diagnosis before trying to find a cure. Many diseases and conditions share common symptoms.
The information provided here should not be used during any medical emergency or for the diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition. A licensed physician should be consulted for diagnosis and treatment of any and all medical conditions.
Hope this helps
What are some things I can do for Kidney Awareness Month (March)?
You should get in touch with your local National Kidney Foundation chapter and/or regional organ recovery agency. Every state or region has a different one, so you'll just have to do a little bit of research to find the organization that's closest to you.
These organizations usually have a bunch of events for these two months, and would love for volunteers to help with them.