How Can Dialysis Treat Uremia2016-05-31 17:34
Uremia is the last stage of renal failure, it is hard to be cured. Experts pointed out that at present, the most two common treatments for uremia are dialysis and renal transplant. But because of the lack of kidneys, the difficulties of matching, many patient can only take dialysis to discharge the extra water and toxin.
How can dialysis treat Uremia?
Uremia is also known as the end stage renal disease. It is the common clinical syndrome of varied end-stage renal disease. When people get renal failure, the kidney can not maintain normal work, and the metabolic waste and extra water can’t be expelled, which lead to the accumulation of toxin, water retention, anemia and so on. There are three common dialysis ways, which are hemodialysis, PD dialysis and colon dialysis, which uses machine to lead the patients’ blood outside the body, and eliminate extra toxin and water and send the blood back to body again.
Because of economic problems, many patients stop dialysis when the symptoms improved, then leading the deterioration of disease. Experts think that irregular dialysis make the extra toxin and water can not be expelled on time, and relict renal function lose further.
If patient maintain regular dialysis and right life style, their disease can be controlled in a while. Regular blood dialysis is that people should do dialysis 2 or 3 time a week,4 to 5 hour each time. Patients with uremia need to know their disease well, take treatment positively, stick to regular dialysis and regain confidence in life.
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