Kidney is an important organ of the body, and it is easy to suffer from various diseases. Uremia is a common kidney disease, easy to attack or relapse in winter, so how should we care for uremic patients in winter?
Another major cause and aggravating factor of uremia is inappropriate diet and high protein intake. Clinical statistics show that the peak period of chronic kidney disease incidence and recurrence aggravation is approaching the festival every year. Chronic kidney disease patients are prone to exacerbate kidney disease or even uremia in winter due to excessive protein intake.
At first, it may be bad appetite after eating and drinking, and may go to the digestive department for treatment. In fact, anemia, high blood pressure, edema, lumbar acid may be the precursor of kidney disease. Therefore, nephropathy patients with high protein, high fat food to eat as little as possible.
Uremia can also be called chronic renal insufficiency. Clinically, it can be divided into compensatory stage of renal insufficiency, azotemia stage and uremia stage according to the severity of renal insufficiency. In order to better prevent the further development and deterioration of the disease, it is necessary to pay attention to the diet of uremia. Otherwise, it is likely that the treatment effect will not be significant because of improper diet.
The most prominent symptoms of uremic patients are nausea, anorexia, abdominal discomfort, diarrhea, vomiting, stomatitis, glossitis, gastrointestinal bleeding and so on. Therefore, patients must be aware of the uremia diet nursing attention to knowledge. To avoid aggravating the condition. Dietary conditioning plays a very good role, especially for the improvement of patients'immunity.
The main diet of patients should be easy to digest and absorb food rich in vitamins, especially those rich in vitamin B, C, D, but also need to pay attention to eat more. We should also pay attention to avoid mechanical injury of digestive tract caused by rough food and aggravate the symptoms of digestive tract hemorrhage. If the patient is accompanied by severe edema and hypertension, attention should be paid to reasonable restriction of salt and water intake.
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