To provide ongoing advice and support concerning PH and Kidney related patients through the Advisory Council of this Kanishka Binayak Memorial (KBM) Foundation.
Volunteer with a passion for the non-profit valuable assistance.
This Foundation will try to create a link with the specific group of stakeholders. Such as doctors association, medical board, ISOT, Govt., or simply to tap into the brain power of trusted.
This foundation will organize consciousness and responsiveness programme yearly once/twice in order to exchange of information between investigators, clinicians, and patients will improve the lives of patients with rare causes of kidney stone disease through better care and outcomes.Kidney stones are common in the general population, affecting approximately one in ten individuals in their life- time.However, it is important to remember that stone disease is different in children compared to adults.In particular, it has been suggested that a metabolic workup is not necessary in all adults after a single stone event.In contrast, all children that present with stones deserve a complete evaluation, since these rare forms of stone disease are associated with a distinct risk of renal failure.Inherited metabolic disorders such as adenine phosphoribosyltransferase (APRT) deficiency, cystinuria, Dent disease, familial hypomagnesemia with hypercalciuria and nephrocalcinosis (FHHNC), and primary hyperoxaluria (PH), should always be considered in the differential diagnosis of pediatric stone disease.
Finally, encouraging young doctors for organizing free kidney and liver check- up camp.