3 hikers hospitalized after eating poisonous mushrooms in Israel

One is in critical condition. According to doctors, it is difficult to estimate his chances of recovery; “We don't have much experience in Israel with mushroom poisoning,” they said.

By Walla!
Assuta Ashdod University Hospital

Kidney stones are a pain, especially for younger people - study

Also called renal calculi, nephrolithiasis or urolithiasis, the stones are hard deposits made of minerals and salts that form inside the kidneys.

Indonesian children's medicine contains ingredients linked to fatal kidney injury

Indonesia has temporarily banned sales of all syrup-based medications as it investigates a spike in cases and 99 child deaths this year.


Organ donation in Israel: Sharing the good - opinion

‘Everything in my life is overflowing with blessing – I feel a need to share it’

Reflections on the 2nd anniversary of my kidney transplant

Whenever someone asks me how I am, I think for a moment and answer: wonderful.


Israel becomes world leader in live donor kidney donations - WHO

A new World Health Organization report listed Israel's yearly average number of living kidney donors as just over 30 people per million.

Climate change, rising temperatures will lead to rise in kidney stones - study

Although it can't be stopped, it can be mitigated. No matter what, though, it will significantly burden already-struggling healthcare systems.


Start-up RenalSense aims to bring renal diagnostics to ICUs worldwide

The company’s flagship product is a critical care monitoring system that automatically monitors urine flow to enable early detection of changes in renal function and Acute Kidney Injury risk.

Third COVID vaccine seems to be game changer for renal transplant recipients

A study conducted at the Sheba Medical Center using big data shows low immune response in such patients after two shots, but preliminary observations after the booster offer cause for optimism.

Sentinel urine output monitor for early detection and prevention of Acute Kidney Injury

COVID long-haulers at higher risk of disease, damage to kidneys - study

Results concluded that survivors of the coronavirus have a higher risk of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI).

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