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Why diabetic nephrosis patient appear anemic?

2017-07-08 17:31
In daily life, there are many causes can cause anemia, including hematopoietic stem cells abnormal, red blood cell number reduce, improper diet, habits and so on, many causes anemia, so for diabetic nephropathy anemia, how much do you know. Let's take a look at it.
Why can diabetic nephrosis appear anemic? The kidney is one of the most important organs of the human body. The kidney can produce erythropoietin, which leads to the increase of red blood cells in the body, and the amount of hematopoiesis will increase, thus promoting the blood circulation and metabolism of the human body. Renal anemia refers to a variety of factors that cause deficiency of erythropoietin in our kidneys, resulting in anemia caused by our metabolic abnormalities. For more serious diabetic nephropathy patients, the renal function was seriously damaged, thus affect kidney function, cause kidney cannot produce enough hormone erythropoietin, reduced the number of red blood cells, decreased blood volume, which leads to symptoms of anemia. For patients with diabetic nephropathy who have obvious hypoxemia, there may be mild to moderate anemia. Anemia was dyserythropoiesis, with iron therapy.
Why diabetic nephrosis patients appear anemic? From this we understand that due to diabetic nephropathy caused kidney damage, thus affecting the kidney function, cause kidney cannot produce enough hormone erythropoietin, reduced the number of red blood cells, decreased blood volume, which leads to symptoms of anemia.
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