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A ckd patient want to air travel. Is it safe? Travel time approx 5 hours. Check in and immigration takes another three hours at least. Can she? Is it safe? Or any precaution to be taken.

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A ckd patient want to air travel. Is it safe? Travel time...
Can travel with precautions.
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A ckd patient want to air travel. Is it safe? Travel time...
Hello if the patient is settle then its safe to travel do not worry. Take a certificate from your doctor about her disease & treatment. So this can be shown on airport authorities to save your immigration & check in timings. Maintain the diet schedule & give medicines as prescribed time to time.
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A ckd patient want to air travel. Is it safe? Travel time...
Yes it is safe.
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A ckd patient want to air travel. Is it safe? Travel time...
Air Travel is fine for CKD patient He needs to take care of the water intake only CKD patients should not forget to bring enough of their medications to last for their entire trip. Further, if you are planning to travel by plane or train, make arrangements for any special meals (low-salt, low-fat or diabetic) at the time you make your reservations. Similarly, when making a hotel reservation you should request a first-floor room or a handicapped-accessible room if stairs or distances are a problem.
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A ckd patient want to air travel. Is it safe? Travel time...
Better not to travel.
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