A Review on Chronic Kidney Disease at Affected Areas of Coastal Andhra Pradesh

A Review on Chronic Kidney Disease at Affected Areas of Coastal Andhra Pradesh

Swapan SamaddarA. Rama Swamy Reddy 

Department of CSE, VFSTR University, Vadlamudi, Guntur 522213, India

IT Services, VFSTR University, Vadlamudi, Guntur 522213, India

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12 June 2018
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30 June 2018
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In the present generation, majority of the people are highly affected by kidney ailments. Amid them, chronic kidney is the most common life threatening disease which can be prevented by early detection. Prolonged kidney ailment (CKD) is recounted within a short span of coastline areas of Srikakulam region and Chimakurthy Mandal in the Prakasham region of Andhra Pradesh, India. The many of them who are living in that belt eat Dry salted fish, less water intake, hardworking people, these people approach quacks, using illicit drugs etc. In this paper we have reviewed the work till now related to CKD in this area.


CKD, hydrochemistry, nephropathy, uddanam, chemical, GHP, GMP (good hygienic and good manufacturing process), HFB (Histamine Forming Bacteria)

1. Introduction
2. Involvement of Products and Formation of Biogenic Amines2
3. Hazard of Histamine Poisoning for Outdated Fish Products
4. Debate: Evaluation Between Chimakurthy Areas and Uddanam
5. Conclusion

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