Washington – Recent studies have established that the raise cases of renal stones aredue to the effect of global warming. Dehydration, mainly in hotter climate and high temperatures, will only worsen this effect. Therefore, the occurrence of stone disease may augment, along with the costs of treatment.
Using available data based on temperature reliance of stone disease, studies applied predictions of temperature add to to determine the impact of global warming on the incidence and cost of kidney stone related disease.
The United Nation Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has suggested noteworthy raise in temperature by the year 2050. These findings were accessible at the current 103rd Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Urological Association.