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Diet and nursing for Pyelonephritis

2017-08-09 15:34
Pyelonephritis is a high-intensity infection in the urinary tract that produces obstructive urethral obstruction in the urinary tract. Give the body a lot of damage. The diet and care of Pyrmelitis can not be ignored. The following is a detailed description, for your reference.
Pyelonephritis diet should pay attention to keep the low salt, low fat diet. Because patients with pyelonephritis often accompanied by the occurrence of edema, and edema related to the intake of sodium salt closely , so patients with pyelonephritis should be low-salt diet, but also pay attention to control the intake of water; In addition, Excessive intake will lead to the occurrence of high blood pressure, hypertension is an important factor that make kidney disease occurrence and develop. At the same time, excessive fat intake can lead to obesity, and obesity will cause some pressure on the kidneys, thereby damaging renal function, so patients with pyelonephritis must control the intake of fat.
Different illnesses are not the same diet. For patients with acute pyelonephritis, should not eat all the salty condiments and foods containing high protein, should eat some vitamin C, vegetables and fruits; and patients with chronic pyelonephritis should maintain a light diet, low salt or salt-free diet.
Because pyelonephritis is a high-intensity infection in the urinary tract, so care for patients with pyelonephritis should pay attention to regular urine test, pay attention to dilute the underwear, for patients without edema may be appropriate to increase the amount of water, increase urination, to avoid infection.
The above is the introduction of diet and care for pyelonephritis, I believe we have a certain understanding. For pyelonephritis diet and care, different diseases of its diet and care is not the same, so it should be symptomatic diet and care.

Diet and nursing for Pyelonephritis

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