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Kidney Patients Should Be Treated Urgently When These 3 Conditions Occur

2018-04-28 03:25

Although kidney disease is not life-threatening, kidney and heart often interact with each other. When kidney disease gets worse, your heart function will be affected so as to enter a vicious circle and bring great danger.

Therefore, once you have the following three symptoms, you must be aware of the danger and go to see your doctor timely to seek medical treatment.

1. Less urine or no urine

Daily urine volume less than 400 ml is called less urine. Less than 100ml is called no urine.


Kidney Patients Should Be Treated Urgently When These 3 Conditions Occur

If it is caused by fever, excessive sweating, or diarrhea, it may be decreased renal function caused by insufficient blood volume, so you require timely medical treatment.

If you do not have sweat nor diarrhea, you should go to see a doctor immediately, because less urine or no urine are the typical symptoms of acute renal failure. The cause must be quickly identified and eliminated.

2. Chest distress or labored breathing

Kidney Patients Should Be Treated Urgently When These 3 Conditions Occur

When kidney patients have chest distress, labored breathing or shortness of breath, and can not lie on back, it is likely to be a heart failure attack, especially in patients with edema and kidney failure.

Heart and kidney are related closely. Myopathy, water and salt imbalance, fluid overload, neurohormonal disturbance and microcirculation disorder caused by kidney disease can affect the heart function. And heart failure must be treated timely to ensure the safety of life.

3. Nausea or vomiting

Kidney Patients Should Be Treated Urgently When These 3 Conditions Occur

The reason why kidney patients often have nausea and vomiting includes two aspects:

-Gastrointestinal edema caused by hypoalbuminemia. The large loss of urine protein not only causes edema of body surface, but also causes the viscera edema. The gastrointestinal edema can cause the digestive tract dysfunction, which is manifested as nausea and vomiting.

-Too much toxins in the blood. When renal excretion function significantly reduces, urea nitrogen, guanidine, phenol, indoles, uric acid and other toxins exceed the normal range, which stimulate the gastrointestinal tract, causing nausea and vomiting. These patients usually have gastrointestinal bleeding and acidosis, so they need timely treatment.

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