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When should Kidney Failure Patient Take Dialysis

2016-12-16 13:52

When should Kidney Failure Patient Take DialysisAt Renal Failure stage, dialysis seems to be a common treatment, it can help the patients clean blood through eliminating creatinine, blood urea nitrogen, urea acid and other small molecular substances and eliminate the excessive fluids. Then, when should the patient take dialysis?

Renal Failure can be divided into Acute Renal Failure and Chronic Renal Failure, so we will talk about it separately.

When should patient with Acute Renal Failure take dialysis?

1. Fluid overload not expected to respond to treatment with diuretics.

2. Electrolyte abnormality, such as severe hyperkalemia, especially when combined with AKI.

3. Nausea, vomiting, poor appetite, gastritis with hemorrhage.

4. Metabolic acidosis in situations where correction with sodium bicarbonate is impractical or may result in fluid overload.

5. Uncontrollable high blood pressure.

6. Intoxication , that is acute poisoning with a dialyzable drug, such as lithium or aspirin.

7. Lethargy, malaise, somnolence, stupor, coma, delirium, asterixis, tremor, seizures.

8. Blood urea nitrogen > 70-100mg/dl.

When should patient with Chronic Renal Failure take dialysis?

1. Complications of uremia, such as pericarditis, encephalopathy, or gastrointestinal bleeding.

2. Accelerated hypertension poorly responsive to antihypertensives.

3. Fluid overload or pulmonary edema refractory to diuretics.

4. Low Filtration Rate. In diabetics dialysis is started earlier.

5. Symptomatic Renal Failure.

6. Difficulty in medically controlling fluid overload, serum potassium, or serum phosphorus when the GFR is very low.

Is it possible to avoid dialysis?

To be frankly, an earlier and effective treatment, such as Micro-Chinese Medicine can help the patient avoid dialysis. If you want to avoid dialysis or want to control kidney failure well, you can send email to us or leave message below, we will try our best to help you.

Our email: sjzkidneyhospital@hotmail.com

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