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Distinguish between common and chronic renal failure

  Renal failure is acute and chronic, acute renal failure sudden onset, in a few days, weeks or months, the rapid failure of renal function, and lead to other complications; chronic renal failure refers to the symptoms of chronic renal failure. In the distinction between acute and chronic renal failure, the common mistakes are the following two.

  Error one: the length of disease is the basis for distinguishing between acute and chronic renal failure

  Clinical studies have shown that 50 cases of chronic renal failure as much as half of the disease less than 1 year, of which one-third more acute onset, the disease period of less than 3 months. Therefore, the length of the disease as the basis for the conclusion, especially chronic renal failure and unreliable.

  Error two: anemia is one of the clinical manifestations of chronic renal failure

  This is even included in textbooks, and in fact, acute renal failure and chronic renal failure in patients with anemia, the detection rate and severity was no significant difference.

  In addition, hemolytic uremic syndrome caused by acute renal failure can occur severe anemia, acute renal failure can lead to acute expansion of mild to moderate anemia. Acute interstitial nephritis acute glomerulonephritis due to decreased production of erythropoietin can also be expressed as anemia. So the argument is not reliable.

  Has been suffering from renal failure patients, in the diet to pay more attention.

  1, intake of high-calorie diet: the daily calories should be not less than 30 kilograms per kilogram of body weight, weight loss were appropriate to increase the appropriate reduction of obesity.

  2, more vitamin supplements and more food: renal insufficiency in patients with vitamin deficiency, especially the water-soluble vitamin B and vitamin C, folic acid, need to be properly added.

  3, high-quality low-protein diet: renal failure patients must control the intake of protein, the basic principle is high-quality low-protein diet.


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