Provides an overview of the risk variables connected with kidney illness. Chronic kidney disease is a global public problem and causes increased morbidity and mortality. Risk variables of chronic kidney disease are connected with a high risk of unfavourable results. Gradual fall of kidney function caused by a number of physiological changes and early detection; correction of these changes helps to reduce the co-morbid burden of renal illness. Aging is a main risk variable for chronic kidney disease, followed by diseases like hypertension and diabetes mellitus .Smoking is a preventable risk factor. Awareness is low among the common people and the leads to late detection. Early identification of patients with kidney failure helps for the management of chronic renal failure. © 2016, Global Research Online. All rights reserved.
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P. R. Roshni and Mathew, M., “Risk factors associated with chronic kidney disease: An overview”, International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Review and Research, vol. 40, pp. 255-257, 2016.