• Glucose metabolism disorder

    2017-03-02 11:34:33

    Clinical studies showed that the incidence of long-term complications was significantly lower in patients with type 1 or type 2 diabetes, with an average glycated hemoglobin (HbAlc) level below 7%. Therefore, hemodialysis patients should be...


  • How to choose vascular access in patients with diabetic neph

    2017-03-02 11:32:20

    Because diabetes is prevalent in patients with vascular disease, such as atherosclerosis and diabetic vascular disease, the vascular elasticity, lumen stenosis caused by autologous venous fistulas model success rate is relatively low, but b...


  • Conditions for the formation of kidney stones

    2017-03-02 11:32:10

    Conditions for the formation of kidney stones 1, purine metabolic disorders Animal offal, seafood, beans, peanuts, spinach, contain more purine components. Purine enters the body, to the final product is The new supersedes the old., metabol...


  • How is the kidney harmed by diabetic?

    2017-02-16 11:29:51

    Diabetic nephropathy is the leading cause of kidney disease in all types of kidney disease, 40% of patients with diabetes will develop into sugar and kidney, while the sugar in the kidney and the development of uremia in the 40%. Therefore,...


  • Comprehensive understanding of hyperuricemia

    2017-02-15 11:30:29

    Hyperuricemia refers to the normal purine diet, non fasting blood uric acid levels on the same day two higher than the male mol/L of 420, the female is higher than the 360 mol/L, which is known as hyperuricemia. What harm hyperuricemia Afte...


  • What are the symptoms of minimal change nephrotic syndrome?

    2017-02-13 17:27:04

    The main clinical manifestations of minimal change nephrotic syndrome are nephrotic syndrome, such as a large number of proteinuria, hypoproteinemia, edema, hyperlipidemia, etc.. Age of onset of MCN is more common in children and adolescent...


  • Why do dialysis patients get cardiovascular disease?

    2017-02-13 17:26:22

    Complications are the main problems that threaten the survival and quality of life of patients with dialysis. Cardiovascular complications are one of the most common and serious complications in dialysis patients. Data show that cardiovascu...


  • What is the cause of chronic kidney disease?

    2017-02-12 09:55:57

    The common cause of chronic kidney disease can be pided into the following categories: the immune response induced by hypertension, diabetes, caused by genetic factors, caused by the toxin caused by infection, drug induced kidney damage and...


  • What effects does anaphylatic purpura nephritis have on chil

    2017-02-10 17:40:05

    In daily life, some of the symptoms of allergic purpura many people are not very sensitive, leading to sicker patients, even the development of purpura nephritis, especially children, suffering from this disease are many, parents must pay a...


  • Old people with these 5 kinds of habits should be alert to t

    2017-02-10 17:39:40

    We are familiar with diabetes, and even a few peoplearound us havediabetes.The hazards of diabetes has been told among people, but nobody take it seriously. With the proportion over the age of 60increased year by year,the proportion is10%in...


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