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Long-term Chronic anemia leads to uremia

2017-07-27 19:39
Anemia is a common disease, but it has a lot to do with the kidneys. Generally speaking, anemia can occur at all stages of chronic renal failure. Since some patients do not have a definite history of kidney disease, and have never been checked by urine before, it is often easy to mistake iron deficiency anemia as soon as they find their face is poor. In fact, this is a renal anemia which is a common complication of chronic renal failure.
About 90% of human erythropoietin is produced by the kidney, and plays a crucial role in regulating the normal pision, development and maturation of red blood cells. In chronic renal failure, with the destruction of the nephron, the erythropoietin produced and secreted by the kidney decreases and gradually leads to renal anemia.
Renal anemia can cause a range of adverse outcomes that affect almost every organ system in the body. In the field of cardiovascular disease, cardiac enlargement, cardiac hypertrophy caused by increased incidence of cardiovascular events (such as coronary events, heart failure and cerebral infarction), congestive heart failure and death is all speculation factors; accelerate the deterioration of renal function and lead to cognitive dysfunction;; menstrual disorders, sexual dysfunction; immune function decline; influence of the quality of life, death and increased hospitalization time etc.. So, don't forget to check the kidneys when you're anemic.
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Long-term Chronic anemia leads to uremia

 
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