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Fluid Intake for Dialysis Patients Who Have No Urine

2013-11-14 15:03

Fluid Intake for Dialysis Patients Who Have No UrineTo remove water is one of the important purposes of dialysis treatment. We have mentioned before that dialysis patients experience the gradual decreased urine amount with the dialysis treatment. Here we will talk about the fluid intake for dialysis patients who have no urine, now follow us to learn more.

Why is limitation on fluid intake needed for dialysis patients who have no urine?

-The blood pressure of dialysis patients is mainly decided by the amount of water in the body. Controlling fluid intake is helpful for the blood pressure control.

-Too much water can increase the heart’s burden and then cause the failure in heart function.

-If too much water is removed out of body within a short period of time, low blood pressure may be caused. In that case, it can affect the safety of treatment and even endanger patients life.

The interdialysis weight gain should be less than 5% of dry weight before dialysis for patients who have already had no urine, which can help reduce the occurrence rate of heart failure.

Whether can dialysis patients who have no urine still expect a normal life?

The life for dialysis patients who have no urine can be hard. In addition to the limitation on fluid intake, there are some other diet suggestions. However, there still has hope for those patients. In the clinic, successful cases that efficient treatment helped increase urine amount have already appeared. And to recover renal function becomes the only way to increase urine output. You are recommended to click Treatment for Kidney Failure Patients Who Are Failed to Discharge Urine.

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