KFT

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AcronymDefinition
KFTKorlátolt Felelõsségû Társaság (Hungarian: limited liability corporation)
KFTKernel Function Trace
KFTKrishnamurti Foundation Trust
KFTKraft Foods International (stock symbol)
KFTKidney Function Test
KFTKilo-Feet
KFTKung Fu Tzu (Confucius)
KFTKnowledge for Technology SpA (Italy)
KFTKite Flyers of Tasmania Inc (Tasmania, Australia)
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The biochemical parameters of liver and kidney function tests also improved significantly after fifteen days of treatment (Table 1).
M2 PHARMA-May 12, 2017-Global Kidney Function Tests Market to Reach USD 1.9bn by 2025, Research and Markets Forecasts
She said: "We got his kidney function test results last Friday and the doctor said she couldn't believe how well he is doing considering he's had six cycles of chemotherapy.
In associating renal failure with age of the life insurance applicant, there are several kidney function test (KFT) results to consider.
"One week after starting the drug, a kidney function test is needed to make sure it is not adversely affecting the kidneys," says Dr.
* In another lawsuit involving lithium, the doctor allegedly did not order a baseline kidney function test and failed to obtain kidney function tests for three years, whereas American Psychiatric Association guidelines suggest a test every six months.
"FIT will now allow any person in the world to be able to have an accurate kidney function test by simply visiting a local physician," said Dennis E.
Santhosh Chandran Doha ASTER, a leading private health care group in Qatar,will offer free of cost 'Kidney Function Test' for the public at its Industrial Area outlet on March 16.
The haemato-biochemical examination such as complete blood count, liver function test, kidney function test and CSF analysis revealed normal physiological limit.
Inclusion criteria: Patients who were clinically diagnosed as chronic renal failure with derangements in kidney function test (blood urea, serum creatinine, creatinine clearance) and were found to have small shrunken kidney with increased echogenicity and loss of corticomedullary differentiation on ultrasonography were included in the study.
U&E: Kidney Function Test Our kidneys are important for filtering toxins from the blood and also for regulating the blood salts sodium and potassium.