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Metabolic Disorders

Metabolic disorders are common signs in kidney failure patients such as edema, hyperkalaemia, hypocalcaemia and metabolic acidosis, etc.

Kidney Failure: How to Treat High Potassium in Blood

For the patients with Chronic Kidney Failure, due to the damaged kidneys, a series of metabolism can disorder. And for some patients, they may experience high potassium in blood, which is dangerous for them. Thus, for kidney failure patient...Read More

High Potassium Level and Kidney Failure

People with kidney failure may present a set of metabolic disorders including high potassium level in blood. Well, what are the causes and manifestations? Causes of high potassium level in kidney failure patients 1. Excess ingestion of pota...Read More

Why Does Dehydration Occur in Kidney Failure

Kidney failure patients are at risk of dehydration. There is no doubt that dehydration will affect the quality of life. Even small levels of dehydration can create headaches, lethargy, or just overall lack of alertness. It can also cause co...Read More

Five Causes Why Malnutrition Happens to ESRD Patients

Malnutrition should be avoided in ESRD treatment, that is because it can influence the prognosis of the condition. Here are five causes why malnutrition happens to ESRD patients, follow us to learn about them. -When condition develops ESRD,...Read More

Causes for Metabolic Acidosis in ESRD and Its Natural Treatment

Metabolic acidosis is a common complication of renal disease, especially can be commonly seen when condition develops ESRD, the last stage of kidney disease. Now are you ready to follow us to learn more about causes for metabolic acidosis i...Read More

Fatigue And Muscle Cramp Can Be Symptom of Kidney Failure

Fatigue and muscle cramp can be symptom of kidney failure, so be careful about these discomforts. Fatigue and muscle cramp are common physical conditions in our daily life and they may result from many factors, but kidney failure refers to...Read More

How To Reduce 6.1 Potassium Level With Kidney Failure

Potassium is an important mineral in the human body. It is necessary for people to have a normal life. Potassiums main functions are to keep acid-base balance, to involve in energy metabolism and maintain normal muscle function. Normal seru...Read More

Hyperphosphatemia In Renal Failure

Hyperphosphatemia is a form of electrolyte imbalance which occurs easily in renal failure. Here, we will give an introduction about what is hyperphosphatemia, what are the effects of it, how renal failure cause hyperphosphatemia and how to...Read More

Effects Of Electrolyte Imbalance Due To Kidney Failure

The kidneys plan a crucial role in maintaining electrolyte balances, so when kidney failure is always accompanied with an electrolyte imbalance. For people with failed kidney, they are very likely to suffer from high sodium level, high pota...Read More

Management of Metabolic Acidosis in Kidney Failure

Metabolic acidosis is the most common acid-base disturbance and occurs when there are high levels of acids in the body. In case of kidney failure, metabolic acidosis can cause lots of discomforts and problems like shortness of breath, fatig...Read More