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Nausea, vomiting, what is the other harms of uremia?

Time :08-10    Articel By :Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine

 Nausea, vomiting, what is the other harms of uremia?

Inappetence, lung infection ... such small symptoms can cause no attention but can death at any time!

。。 The kidney plays an important role in human organs, excreting metabolic waste in the body and maintaining the stability and acid-base balance of sodium, potassium, calcium and other electrolytes in the body. All cannot do without the support of the kidney. Once one of the links is broken, the impact on the patient's body is great. There are many uremic patients, because they do not have much knowledge of this disease, it is easy to neglect the development of the disease.

I. gastrointestinal manifestations: Early appearance and prominent symptoms, manifested as loss of appetite, smell of urine in the mouth, nausea and vomiting. The illness will worsen with the increasing symptoms and endanger the life of the patient.

II. Cardiovascular system: Cardiovascular diseases include hypertension, heart failure, atherosclerosis and pericarditis. Endocrine disorders: Plasma renin can be normal or increased, calcitriol can be reduced, and erythropoietin can be reduced. Respiratory system manifestation: Acidosis with deep and long breathing. Excessive body fluid can cause pulmonary edema. Uremic toxins can cause uremic pneumonia, which is a common cause of death in uremic patients.

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Three, easy to concurrent infection: Uremic patients are prone to concurrent infection. Pulmonary infection is common and fever is not obvious. Its easy infection is related to low immune function and abnormal white blood cell function. Metabolism and others: Hypothermia, abnormal carbohydrate metabolism, hyperuricemia, abnormal lipid metabolism. There are a lot of uremic patients who have missed the good time for treatment because of the untimely discovery of their illness, and have finally reached the end of their lives!

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