Uremia does not happen suddenly, a few inconspicuous behaviors are slowly “emptying” the kidneys

When it comes to uremia, most kidney friends often talk about it. It is believed that uremia is an incurable disease and a cancer. Therefore, the majority of kidney friends, including family members, are very panicked and even want to give up treatment. But the reality is that uremia is not only not cancer, but also treatable. The current treatment of uremia is very mature and very successful. Many uremia patients prolong their lives for 20 years or even longer, so they can return to society and continue to study, work and live. The following introduces the relevant knowledge of uremia.

Kidney disease is a common one, nephritis, hydronephrosis, Kidney stones, renal failure, uremia, etc. For these types, many people may think that renal failure and uremia are serious, while the other types are not serious, so they don’t take them too seriously and don’t actively treat them. But in fact it is not. Severe kidney disease often develops over time, not from the very beginning. What many people think of as a minor ailment was not a big problem at first, but due to lack of timely intervention, it eventually became serious step by step, and the kidneys were slowly emptied.

Diet nursing intervention and progress of uremia patients: water intake should be strictly limited for uremia patients to reduce the burden on the kidneys , Protein supplementation for patients. Encourage patients to eat small and frequent meals to fully absorb the nutrients in the food. At the same time, patients with chronic uremia should avoid eating foods high in phosphorus such as egg yolks and animal offal. Some data show that strengthening dietary intervention for uremia patients can effectively reduce the burden on the kidneys of uremia patients and improve the therapeutic effect.

Exercise nursing intervention and progress in patients with uremia: exercise can enhance physical fitness , Improve the body’s resistance and help the body recover. Patients with uremia should not exercise too vigorously. High-intensity sports such as football and basketball are prohibited. They should be carried out when the body can tolerate them. You can set an exercise goal and do aerobic exercise 3 times a week for 30 minutes each time. Under the guidance of a doctor or coach, monitor pulse, respiration, and blood pressure. When exercising, it is best to do aerobic exercise, such as walking, jogging, cycling, upper limb strength training, etc. The amount of exercise gradually increases from small to small, step by step.

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