The patients who are in uremic stage, their serum creatinine, blood urea nitrogen and the indicators are far more than the normal range. The adverse symptoms in our body and some complications which can directly cause the deterioration of uremia, great threat to the life safety of patients.
Normally, patients will take dialysis or transplant to prolong their life span. But some of them do not want to take them due to many reasons, then for this part of people how long can they live ?
Uremia means the end stage of kidney failure, you must get some treatment as soon as possible, don't put off. Otherwise, along with the further development of deterioration, may cause more damage to patients, and dialysis is a common method for the treatment of the disease. Actually, dialysis is not a treatment, but an "artificial kidney", this method through eliminate the endotoxin inside our body, alleviate the patient’s condition, reduce creatinine levels, relive the suffering of patients. Although dialysis can ease the patients’ physical symptoms, but dialysis is a temporary option not a permanent solution and dialysis would bring a lot of complications. If uremia patients can guarantee adequate dialysis, they can live about 10 years. It is related to everyone's constitution and the treatment. If you find the appropriate treatment, you can get rid of the dialysis and also can live for a long time. According to the research, uremia patients live on dialysis for several years, more than 10 years or even 40 years.
Early uremia patients should get the treatment in time. The recovery of kidney function depends on the extent of the disease, such as the urine, severity complication, renal fibrosis and so on. If patients have a certain amount of urine, that means the kidneys still have function, and it is likely to get rid of dialysis.
How long can a person live with uremia? As a kidney expert, I can tell you that if you find the appropriate way, it is very hopeful which you can prolong your life. If you have any questions about the kidney disease, please ask online experts or send email to us: firstname.lastname@example.org