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Polycystic kidney disease (PKD) is a group of disorders that result from the formation and progressive enlargement of cysts in the kidneys without dysplasia, usually leading to renal failure.

Three Factors Cause Rapid Rise of Creatinine

2018-09-19 09:01

Three Factors Cause Rapid Rise of CreatinineClinical research proves, from kidney disease into renal insufficiency to uremia, if treated properly, creatinine only elevates a few dozen level a year. Therefore, for kidney patients, they still have a few decades to lead a normal life. However, you may find that there are seldom renal patients to lead a normal life for a few decades.

Of course, there are many reasons, the root of which is that our living environment is full of bacteria and viruses, so the possibility of accidents is very high. It is because of this that many conditions, including kidney disease, are off course, accelerating their deterioration.

In the clinic of nephrology department, the sharp decline of renal function is very dangerous, especially in the three cases, and the scientific and effective coping strategies often determine the trend of renal failure.

1. Dehydration

There are three types of dehydration:

-During the treatment of edema, the use of diuretics is excessive, resulting in excessive water is excreted outside the body.

-Too much emphasis on salt restriction. Even if kidney patients need to pay attention to the low-salt diet, they cannot avoid salt. Salt plays a crucial role in the balance of water metabolism in the body.

-Long-term nausea, vomiting, poor appetite and other adverse reactions, resulting in water loss.

When water deficiency is obvious in human body, metabolic disorders will occur in the internal environment of the body, and renal cells will face more severe living environment, which will undoubtedly affect the normal operation of renal function.

If you encounter the first two conditions, you need to control the diuretic use and supplement moderate salt (such as 3g/d), but if you have the third condition, it is very dangerous, and hospitalization is required.

2. Four highs

Nowadays, "four highs" mainly refers to hypertension, high blood sugar, high blood lipids and high uric acid, and its disease source is mainly internal metabolic disorder of the body, and the blood problems caused by it have a great impact on renal function. For example, high blood pressure can cause lasting damage to kidney function.

To cope with the four high problems, in diet, you should limit salt, protein, sugar, fat and purine intake. What is more important is to follow the doctor’s advice on rational drug use, and do not stop or reduce the drug without authorization, or you will be unable to avoid the occurrence of kidney damage.

3. Secondary infection

The secondary infection looks strange, but actually many of you have encountered, such as lung infection, urinary system infection, respiratory tract infection and so on. These infections will greatly increase the body’s immune inflammatory response, and further damage renal function.

The most common respiratory tract infection is influenza and fever, which exists almost in the whole treatment process of kidney disease. However, patients with peritoneal dialysis are easy to get peritoneal infection, and patients with Nephrotic Syndrome and nephritis are more likely to have urinary tract infection. Therefore what you can do is to keep yourself and your environment clean, away from pathogens. For some patients, they can be vaccinated.

In addition to the above three conditions, the use of nephrotoxic drugs, urinary tract infections and other conditions will cause a sharp decline in renal function, which has been talked about before, so we do not explain it here.

In summary, the pathogenesis of chronic kidney disease is different, but the treatment is relatively single, and the prognosis is more complicated and variable! To reduce creatinine correctly, and to slow down kidney failure, you still have a long way to go... ...

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