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What are the prevention and treatment of chronic renal failure?

admin TAGS: 2017-10-05 17:09

What are the prevention and treatment of chronic renal failure? Nephrotic patients in the course of treatment have encountered many problems, but before there is no timely and effective prevention and treatment of chronic renal failure, the following is the introduction of the prevention and treatment of chronic renal failure.

1. Timely and effective control of high blood pressure, blood pressure should generally be controlled at 120 ~ 130/75 ~ 80mmHg below;

2. Control of hyperglycemia, the control of blood sugar within a reasonable range: glycosylated hemoglobin control in 6.5% to 7%, fasting blood glucose control in the 5.0 ~ 7.2mmol / L (6.1 ~ 8.3 mmol / L before going to bed), postprandial blood glucose control 7.8 ~ 10mmol / L;

3. Patients with creatinine <265μmol / L (3mg / dl) were treated with ACEI or ARB.

4. Control proteinuria, the patient’s proteinuria controlled in the <0.5g / 24 hours, or obviously reduce the amount of albuminuria;

5. Low-protein, low-phosphorus diet, single or added essential amino acids or ɑ-keto acids (EAA / ɑ-KA);

6. Correct anemia, statin lipid-lowering drug applications.

The above is relevant introduction of the prevention and treatment of chronic renal failure, for reference only. Nephrotic patients in the course of treatment, we must pay attention to the above points, take prevention of chronic renal failure in the first place.

 

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