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What Is The Result After Taking Long Time Medicines?

2018-07-26 11:54

The prognosis of the disease is related to the drugs that caused the disease. It has been reported that anti-cancer drugs such as carmustine and smestin and some polypeptide antibiotics can produce irreversible or progressive renal damage.

1. raise awareness of the disease: Pay attention to drug-induced renal damage to achieve early diagnosis and raise awareness of the disease. Because clinicians do not know enough about the renal damage caused by drugs, because kidney diseases caused by some drugs often lack characteristic clinical manifestations, and because kidneys have huge reserve compensation capacity. As a result, drug-induced nephropathy is not easy to be discovered early and even develops into irreversible end-stage renal failure. It is worth noting that some medicines for treating kidney diseases are inherently nephrotoxic. Therefore, we should raise our awareness of this disease and carefully observe and raise our vigilance during the treatment process. Early detection, early withdrawal and early treatment.

2. understand the characteristics of the drugs used: Understand the characteristics of drugs and use them rationally. Clinicians should be familiar with the pharmacological and pharmacokinetic characteristics of large-dose contrast agents in order to avoid or reduce renal injury, and fully understand the renal toxicity and other adverse reactions of drugs in order to reduce the occurrence of drug-induced renal damage. Especially at present there are many kinds of new drugs. Clinicians often lack understanding of the internal processes and pharmacokinetics of the drugs used in combination with other drugs. As a result of improper use of drugs, doctors in some hospitals are more free to use antibiotics, especially some antibiotics that have nephrotoxic effects, and often use more than two drugs that have nephrotoxic effects in combination to increase the probability of renal damage. Clinicians should pay attention to strengthening the awareness of prevention of the disease, master the relevant knowledge of drugs, and use drugs rationally.

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