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Sudden Kidney Failure, Septic Shock, Recover Kidney Function

2013-05-12 10:33


I have sudden kidney failure due to septic shock, what can be done to recover the kidney's function?


In your case, kidney failure belongs to acute renal impairment. Timely and effective treatment can help reverse renal damages and recover renal functions when the underlying cause is well controlled and high toxins accumulation in the blood is removed.

A variety of factors and elements can cause acute kidney failure which often develops over short time and has quick progression. In your case, sepic shock is the underlying cause of renal damages, therefore it is important to first bring the septic shock well under control so as to prevent further renal damages and protect residual renal tissues and renal functions.

Often dialysis is needed in case of sudden kidney failure. Since there is sharp decline of kidney functions within short time, there will be accumulation of large amount of metabolic wastes and toxins in the patient’s blood. These wasteful and toxic substances are harmful to the body and it will worsen renal damages if left untreated, therefore it is necessary to remove these wastes and toxins out of the blood.

Dialysis is effective at removing creatinine, blood urea nitrogen, uric acid and other wastes and toxins out of the body. If dialysis is sought timely, patients will not need to become dependent on dialysis as that for chronic kidney failure patients. When the septic shock is controlled, normal blood flow to the kidneys will be recovered. When the blood is purified, there will be a favorable internal environment for the damaged renal tissues to recover.

For sudden kidney failure patients, it is crucial to seek effective and proper treatment as soon as possible. Because the earlier the treatment is sought, the less renal damages it will cause and the earlier and easier it will be to recover renal functions. If the effective treatment is delayed, acute kidney failure may turn into chronic kidney failure which often requires long-term treatment and some patients may become dependent on dialysis.

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