Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic form of arthritis caused by the malfunction of the immune system. It destroys the tissues around the sufferers’ joints. This results in inflammation in one or several joints, especially small joints such as fingers and toes. However, there are cases where it spreads to the knees and joints such as the spine. In addition, if the patient leaves the inflamed joint for a long time without treatment, it may cause a deformation, and disability can follow. Clinical data also found that some patients had inflammation in other areas that affect the function of various systems in the body, such as the skin, eyes, lungs, heart, and blood vessels.
The kidneys are vital organs. They eliminate waste and maintain the body's mineral salt and alkaline acidity balance. However, in order for the kidneys to function optimally, they must always be kept healthy. More information on both acute and chronic renal degeneration is provided below: