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Diagnosis of chronic renal failure in children

2017-09-18 16:01

Diagnosis of chronic renal failure in children always worries patients, many patients want to know how to diagnose chronic kidney failure, now we will talk a little about this problem.
Chronic renal failure in the late stage already there are many symptoms and it is easy to put the diagnosis. Most importantly, it is diagnosed in an early stage of chronic kidney failure to delay the progression of diseases.
Compensation period of chronic renal failure: creatinine 110 ~ 177μmol / L, the glomerular filtration rate is 50% to 80%, there are no clinical symptoms.
Decompensated period of renal failure (azotemia): serum creatinine 178 ~ 445 μmol / l, glomerular filtration rate 25-50%, can have mild anemia, acidosis, nocturia, fatigue.
Uremia: serum creatinine 446 ~ 707 μmol / l, glomerular filtration rate 10-25%, there are clinical signs of gastrointestinal symptoms and anemia, metabolic acidosis and abnormal calcium and phosphorus metabolism
The final stage of renal disease: serum creatinine is greater than or equal to 708 μmol / L, GFR remains below 10%. There are various uremic symptoms, including indigestion of digestion, symptoms of the nervous system, cardiovascular system, violation of water-electric metabolism, significant acid-base imbalance, severe anemia and so on.
We offer children with chronic kidney failure to restore their condition as soon as possible, you should turn to the hospital for examination and get the right treatment to avoid progressing chronic kidney failure due to an error in diagnosis.

Diagnosis of chronic renal failure in children

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