We know that one of the main functions of the kidneys is draining of urine. Urine is produced there, and once the problems with the drainage function of the kidneys arise, some attention is needed when drinking water. why? Because they drink a lot of water, but can not be discharged in time, it will form edema, and even worse.
What kidney disease patients need to control drinking water? First statement: Not all patients with kidney disease need to control the drinking water. For patients with early kidney disease, drinking more water is the right way, because it can speed up the metabolism, to help the kidneys quickly detoxification. Some patients with kidney disease, should read some articles from the Internet, expressed doubts, that since the kidney has a problem, it should not be made to make it more burdensome.
In fact, for those patients with normal urine output (more than 1000ml daily urine output), the ability of the kidneys to drain is still strong. You know, the kidneys filter the bloodstream every day to produce 180L of raw urine, compared to the amount of water we drink every day, which is not a burden on the kidneys.
What kidney disease patients need to control the water it? Those who have impaired renal drainage. Clinically, "oliguria" standard is less than 400ml per day, "no urine" standard is less than 100ml per day, these patients with kidney disease is the need to control drinking water.
Nephrotic how to control drinking water? In controlling drinking water, how much water to add, depending on how much 24-hour urine output. It should be noted that the supplementary water mentioned here does not mean simply water, but also water in fruits, vegetables, porridge and other foods. A friend left a message that when drinking Chinese medicine decoction, but also pay attention to the amount of water, which is right.
In general, patients with nephropathy who need to control drinking water are basically in the dialysis stage, so they can not just look at the excreted urine volume, but also need to consider dialysis dehydration.