Many patients once diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, began to fear the development of uremia; or once diagnosed as uremia, first began to sad, began to fear death. If you have never really understood, please don't fall into the circle that you frighten yourself.
The first row is not uremia, but cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases!
Many people think that got kidney disease, urinaemia must wait for the dead, but it's really not through formal treatment, kidney disease, uremia patients through regular dialysis, are able to control the development of disease.
In fact, the main cause of our country's unnatural death is the cardiovascular diseases, such as stroke, coronary heart disease.
The body's organs are dependent on the blood supply in the blood vessel. When the pipeline is out of order, how can the organ be better?
Chronic kidney disease is more susceptible to cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases!
Normal blood vessels are smooth and elastic, but high blood pressure, high blood sugar, fat accumulation, and many bad habits can make blood vessels narrow and fragile.
But in addition to possible nephropathy hypertension, hyperglycemia and hyperlipidemia etc. these problems will have proteinuria, anemia, calcium phosphate, disorder of water and sodium retention, inflammation, malnutrition and other symptoms, this will aggravate the occurrence and development of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.
The study concluded that, from the early stage of chronic kidney disease, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases have hidden dangers. With the decline of renal function, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases are more likely to erupt.
So, how do patients with kidney disease do defensive measures?
01, establish the correct concept of disease, all in the premise of prevention and treatment.
Do not think that cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases only elderly people will have, young people and patients with kidney disease should pay attention to.
02 strictly control blood pressure and blood sugar.
The blood pressure of nephrosis patients should be controlled at 140/90mmHg. When the urine protein is more than 1G, the blood pressure should be controlled below 130/80mmHg.
In addition to long-term strict control of blood sugar, glycosylated hemoglobin is best to reach below 6.5%.
03 lowering blood fat
Once signs of blood pressure rise, start controlling your diet. Don't wait until your doctor asks you to use lipid-lowering drugs.
04, control urinary protein, timely correction of serious anemia and calcium phosphorus metabolism disorders.
05 application of antiplatelet drugs.
For cardiovascular disease in patients with nephropathy, doctors in order to prevent accidents, may suggest a small dose of patients as a prophylactic use of antiplatelet drugs such as aspirin, Plavix, etc..
06 develop good habits and habits.
Smoking, lack of exercise, excessive nutrition or malnutrition can all contribute to the occurrence of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.
Therefore, both the general public and those with kidney disease should improve their bad habits one by one.
To avoid further deterioration of chronic kidney disease, the most dangerous factors can not be ignored