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Chronic renal failure (IRC) is the gradual and progressive loss of renal function. It is due to different kidney diseases such as glomerulonephritis, pyelonephritis, bladder-ureteral reflux, calculosis and other infectious diseases, hereditary diseases such as polycystic kidney, or be secondary to other diseases such as diabetes and some autoimmune diseases, severe hypertension, diseases that cause an obstacle to normal urinary outflow, use of nephrotoxic drugs like many pain-relieving drugs. These diseases gradually produce loss of renal tissue, resulting in a metabolic clinical condition called uremia, up to the total absence of kidney function. There is no specific therapy to counter the loss of renal function, but there are different means by which we can slow down its progression and allow a better quality of life. When the renal function has reached minimum levels the patient will have to undergo a dialysis treatment in order to continue living.