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How To Prevent Hypertensive Develop Into Uremia Stage

Provided by Expert Zhang Youkang on 2018-10-25 16:02

Prevent Hypertensive,Uremia StageWhat is uremia? What are the symptoms of uremia? How should we prevent uremia? How to prevent hypertensive develop into uremia stage

Hypertensive Nephropathy may eventually develop into renal insufficiency uremia if it is not treated effectively and systematically at an early stage. Studies have shown that 15% of hypertension will develop into uremia, and the control of blood pressure will directly affect the occurrence, development, efficacy and prognosis of uremia. Therefore, patients with hypertensive nephropathy should be closely monitored to prevent uremia.

1. Control blood pressure at ideal level.

2. Close monitoring of renal function.

Controlling blood pressure at ideal level is a prerequisite for preventing renal impairment. At the same time, we should closely monitor the renal function of patients with hypertension.

3. The specific measures are:

Regular examination of renal function, including endogenous creatinine clearance rate, serum creatinine, urea nitrogen, preferably every two months check once.

Closely observe whether there are early symptoms of uremia, such as fatigue, weakness of waist and legs, loss of appetite or nausea and vomiting and other gastrointestinal symptoms, as well as pale complexion, pale tongue, lips, pale eyelids and other anemia. In case of associated symptoms, renal function should be checked in time to confirm any abnormalities.

Patients with reduced endogenous creatinine clearance, elevated serum creatinine and urea nitrogen should be treated in time according to the early treatment of uremia.

4. In China, most of patients take Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to prevent uremia stage, various of chinese herbal medicines used in the therapy to improve blood circulations, promote the metabolism, expend blood vessels, which achieve to repair diseased cells and tissues for improving kidney functions in basically. Illness conditions are controlled well with stable blood pressure.

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