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The common symptoms of metabolism caused by renal failure

2017-06-09 09:14

One of the main functions of the kidney is to ensure that the body's normal metabolism. When a variety of factors attack the kidneys, due to metabolic disorders, patients will suffer a variety of complications. In this article, there will be an analysis of renal failure and metabolic disorders. If you are suffering from metabolic disorders, you must go to hospital for medical treatment.

Water and electrolyte metabolism

In the early stage of renal function, patients may have polyuria or nocturnal frequency of the phenomenon. In the late stage of renal function, patients will appear oliguria or anuria symptoms. In addition, due to electrolyte imbalance, increased sodium can lead to edema, heart hydrolysis, hypertension and other symptoms. Calcium and phosphorus metabolism can cause muscle spasms and bone disorders.

Metabolic acidosis

Because patients with renal failure have higher levels of urea nitrogen, patients will suffer from nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and other symptoms. With the continuous decline in renal function, more and more waste can not be effectively discharged, will seriously damage the body system and body tissue, at this time, patients will appear breathing difficulties, cardiac arrest and other symptoms.

In short, metabolic disorders and renal dysfunction are closely related, but only patients with these symptoms can not keep up with the problem. So, once the patients have metabolic disorders, they should have timely and effective treatment


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