Some of the most dangerous cases of kidney disease!2018-03-16 20:05
There is no risk of simple kidney disease. At most, there is a complete lack of kidney function, which can only be maintained by artificial replacement therapy. However, the pathogenesis of kidney disease is extremely complex, and a series of complications and symptoms will follow. Is the real danger!
Renal hypertension: normal high blood pressure, if you pay more attention to it in your daily life, is generally no problem. However, the hypertension caused by nephropathy reduces the life span of human beings, exacerbates the deterioration of renal function, and increases with age. The risk of cardiovascular disease increases, and even increases the likelihood of sudden death.
Therefore, hypertension is the most important complication of nephropathy patients, even in the early stage of nephropathy, no obvious changes in blood pressure should be prevented as early as possible.
Hyperkalemia: in patients with nephropathy, because of abnormal filtration, saturated potassium ions cannot be excreted in the human body, which accumulates in large quantities, causing hyperkalemia. Hyperkalemia affects the cardiovascular and neuromuscular systems. Inhibition of cardiac excitability and inhibition of nerve conduction. Severe cardiac arrest or respiratory arrest. Hyperkalemia occurs in patients with renal failure and uremia, so patients at this stage need to limit their potassium intake and fast to high-potassium foods.
Peritoneal infection: the probability of secondary infection in peritoneal dialysis patients is greater, because of their low immunity, is a more dangerous situation.
Myocardial infarction: getting nephropathy can cause a series of complicated blood problems, which can easily spread to the heart. Patients with more serious nephropathy should pay attention to the existence of heart problems, such as myocardial infarction, coronary heart disease, and so on. Especially dialysis patients.
Heart failure: heart failure is the most dangerous complication in uremic patients, leading directly to sudden death.
The risk of these complications is very high, hope that patients with nephropathy strengthen their own care, attach importance to complications, develop good habits of life, learn more about nephropathy, and avoid complications as much as possible.