It is also associated with lung cancer, chronic renal disease and autoimmune disorders.
What does CRD stand for?
CRD stands for Chronic Renal Disease
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- Centre de Recherche Développement (French)
- Centre de Ressources Documentaires (French: Documentary Resource Center)
- Centre for Reviews and Dissemination (National Health Service, UK)
- Change Request Disposition (NASA)
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- Chemical Reconnaissance Detachment (US DoD)
- Child Restraint Device
- Christian Research and Development (Upper Darby, PA)
- Chronic Respiratory Disease (Avian Mycoplasmosis)
- CINC’s (Commander in Chief's) Required Date (US DoD)
- Civil Remedies Division (US DHHS)
- Civil Rights Division
- Clinical Research Division (various organizations)
- Clinician's Research Digest
- Clock Restriction Diagram
- Collaborative Research and Development (Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada)
- Collaborative Research Division
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Chronic renal disease (CRD) in adults is fairly common worldwide.
He said: "The incidence of chronic renal disease has doubled over the past decade, with the number of patients expected to increase by some 8% annually, costing billions of euros every year.
5% of chronic renal disease in North American children is still due to RN.
Maternal factors independently associated with increased risk of low Apgar were diabetes controlled by insulin, pre-pregnancy hypertension treated by medication, chronic renal disease and nulliparity.
They also include seven chapters dealing with special population topics, including diabetes and metabolic syndrome, women and the elderly, acute coronary syndromes, transplant recipients, chronic renal disease, high-risk ethnic groups, and HIV patients.
Persons (adults or children) who are at high risk for influenza and its complications because of underlying medical conditions and who are receiving regular medical care for conditions such as chronic pulmonary and cardiac disease, chronic renal diseases, diabetes mellitus and similar metabolic disorders, and individuals who are immunosuppressed (including HIV-infected persons with CD4 counts above 200 cells/ml).
Byline: ANI Washington, Nov 20 (ANI): Babies with very low birth weights are at an increased risk of developing chronic renal disease, called segmental glomerulosclerosis, in future, according to a new study.