After suffering from uremia, the doctor will specifically urge patients with uremia diet, and some patients even need a separate diet. What is the difference between uremic patients diet and normal people? Lets take a look at it. Why is the diet of uremic...
After suffering from uremia, the doctor will specifically urge patients with uremia diet, and some patients even need a separate diet. What is the difference between uremic patients' diet and normal people? Let's take a look at it.
Why is the diet of uremic patients different from normal people??
Kidney function of uremic patients have been severely damaged, and the kidneys are important human excretory organs, all the substances need to be excreted through the kidneys. However, due to the damage of renal function, some substances can not be excreted out of body, resulting in pressure on the kidneys and serious damage to renal function. Therefore, uremia patients diet should be cautious.
So, what is the diet of uremic patients? Uremic diet should follow the following principles:
To ensure adequate intake of energy, energy intake is generally considered to be 104-146 kJ / kg.
Non-dialysis patients should keep a high-quality low-protein diet; generally believed that daily intake of protein per kilogram of body weight 0.8 grams, protein 65% -75% should take high quality animal protein, and distributed in three meals, food should be based on milk, eggs and other proteins and wheat starch, limiting plant protein ratio.
Dialysis patients do not need to strictly control the protein, hemodialysis patients in the diet of protein maintained at 1.0-1.2 grams per kilogram of body weight per day, peritoneal dialysis patients should be 1.2-1.5 grams.
The diet of uremic patients is different from that of normal people, family members and patients according to the doctor's request, develop a suitable diet plan, and strictly follow the plan, to avoid aggravating the disease.
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