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What harm will chronic renal failure bring?

2016-12-25 16:06
Chronic renal failure is particularly serious, a lot of friends will affect kidney health, distress to their normal life, the disease harm is quite serious, we need the renal failure diseases harm concern, look down with everyone to know about hazards of chronic renal failure disease which will bring.
Chronic renal failure:
1, chronic renal failure period. The glomerular filtration rate of 10--15 ml / min, renal function is severely impaired, patients have obvious clinical symptoms: obvious azotemia, isotonic urine, metabolic acidosis, water and sodium retention, hypocalcemia, hyperphosphatemia, severe anemia, decreased appetite, nausea and vomiting, fatigue, spirit, low-spirited inattention, easy for uremia.
2, renal reserve loss period. Compensatory stage of chronic renal failure. The glomerular filtration rate decreased to 30--60 ml / min, blood creatinine and urea nitrogen in normal or slightly higher, in this period, although renal reserve capacity loss, but the renal excretion of metabolic waste, regulation of water electrolyte and acid-base balance ability can still maintain a stable internal environment.
3, chronic renal failure uremia. Residual glomerular filtration rate of less than 10--15 ml / min, is the late stage of chronic renal failure. The symptoms of renal failure were more obvious, multiple body system damage appeared corresponding symptoms, especially in gastrointestinal, cardiovascular and central nervous system symptoms more obvious. Serum creatinine and urea nitrogen increased significantly, water electrolyte imbalance, metabolic acidosis, hyponatremia and Gao Jia's disease,
Serum calcium significantly decreased, serum phosphorus increased, likely to endanger the life of patients.
4, the period of nitrogen. The glomerular filtration rate of 25 ml / min, with azotemia that serum creatinine and blood urea nitrogen increased, the renal function of concentration with mild impairment, patients can have mild symptoms, such as polyuria, nocturia, mild anemia, easy to be ignored. In this period, such as the body encountered insufficient blood volume, infection, renal toxicity drugs additional load, the renal function deteriorated rapidly, kidney failure and uremia.
Renal failure is the pathological state of partial or total renal dysfunction caused by the development of various chronic kidney diseases. Renal failure can be divided into acute and chronic, acute renal failure disease progress rapidly, usually due to insufficient supply of renal blood flow (such as trauma or burn), renal obstruction caused by dysfunction due to certain factors or by poison damage caused by acute renal failure. The main cause of chronic renal failure is long-term renal disease, with the time and disease, renal function gradually decreased, resulting in renal failure.
On the performance of renal failure, patients due to different conditions, the disease will be different, in general, the digestive system anorexia, nausea, vomiting, urine odor. Nervous system fatigue, headache, dizziness, drowsiness, irritability, apathy, severe convulsions, coma. The cardiovascular system had left ventricular hypertrophy, hypertension, retinal hemorrhage, myocarditis, pericarditis, visual disorder; hematopoietic system anemia, bleeding tendency. Deep breathing respiratory metabolic acidosis, there may be a sign of pleurisy. Pruritus with pigmentation, water electrolyte imbalance. When kidney damage to a certain extent, the patient's physical changes and symptoms will be obvious. Kidney failure patients will be different.
After reading these reports, the risks of chronic renal failure disease which, this disease is now serious, will affect the life of patients, and disruption to the kidney's work, you will clearly understand this kind of disease harm, paying attention to the prevention of related in some renal failure in life can be.
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