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Western medicine to ease the treatment of uremia

Nov 15, 2017

Uremia is a malignant kidney disease. In many people's minds, uremia has become an "incurable disease" and at the same time costs a lot of money and time to maintain the patient's life. In everyone's mind, uremia is terrible, even more than "advanced cancer."

Patients with uremia in addition to water, electrolyte, acid-base balance disorders, bleeding tendency, high blood pressure further aggravate, but also there may be organ dysfunction and material metabolism caused by clinical manifestations, such as patients with digestive system is the earliest symptoms of appetite Poor or indigestion, many patients mistakenly think stomach. Anorexia, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea occur when uremia aggravates. Patients often have gastrointestinal bleeding. In the early uremia, patients often have dizziness, headache, fatigue, comprehension and memory loss and other symptoms. With aggravating illness may occur irritability, muscle flutter, convulsions; finally developed to apathy, lethargy and coma and so on.

Patients with uremia are prone to dehydration and hyponatremia, especially in patients with long-term loss of appetite, vomiting and diarrhea. If it happens, it should be replenished promptly. However, patients with uremia should pay attention to poor water and sodium tolerance, can not be added in excess, so as not to cause hypernatremia or water poisoning.

Patients with uremic serum potassium generally low, prone to hypokalemia after the use of diuretics, then you can eat some fresh fruits and potassium chloride. Patients with uremic serum calcium is often low, you can eat some foods high in calcium, such as fish, shrimp, meat soup and so on.

At present, Chinese medicine treatment of uremia have great advantages. Patients can choose the treatment of traditional Chinese and Western medicine treatment. Although uremia is currently no cure, but as long as the disease can ease the development, patients do not give up.

Western medicine to ease the treatment of uremia

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