If I were to ask everyone, when is the most terrible time for kidney disease? I guess many people would say that it is kidney failure and uremia! But even at this stage, there are still dialysis and kidney transplantation treatments to continue life.
In fact, the culprit that took away the precious lives of many kidney friends is not uremia! It is a variety of complications caused by kidney disease. Today I will focus on sorting out the list of kidney disease complications for you. You may wish to guess what is the first!
The fourth is a variety of heart diseases, such as myocardial infarction, heart failure
Basically, the blood of patients with kidney disease will Something went wrong, and blood problems have long been one of the culprits of heart disease. Therefore, among the complications of kidney disease, coronary heart disease, myocardial infarction, and heart failure are also relatively common, and everyone must pay attention to prevention!
The third hyperkalemia< /h1>
Due to damage to normal kidney function, potassium ions in the body cannot be effectively excreted. If a large amount of potassium ions are ingested and cannot be metabolized in time, the human body will develop hyperkalemia, causing serious heart disease, and even life-threatening in severe cases!
Second Multiple Infection
Infection is a common complication, for example For example, peritoneal dialysis patients are prone to peritoneal infection, which is extremely dangerous. There are also respiratory tract and digestive tract infections, etc., which will pose a great threat to the lives of kidney friends.
The first renal hypertension
A considerable number of people think that high blood pressure is nothing , but do you know the influence of high blood pressure on aggravating kidney disease and causing cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases? It ranks first among all kinds of kidney disease complications!
So even If your condition is relatively mild, you must also pay attention to high blood pressure. If it is more serious, you should not stop reducing and reducing antihypertensive drugs without authorization.
There may be differences in this ranking in different literatures, but these are indeed the most dangerous complications of kidney disease, and everyone must be cautious!