Kidney failure has obvious urine changes like frequent urination, diuresis, oliguria and anuria. 24-hour urine volume can reflect illness condition.
Kidney Failure patients always experience a series of urine changes like frequent urination at night, decreased urine output, bubbly urine, blood urine and urgent urine and so on. All these symptoms are related with urinary system. Well, ho...Read More
Urine is generated in the kidneys and under normal circumstances, 24-h urine output is about 1000-1500ml. Urinary changes are very common among kidney failure patients such as frequent urination, reduced urine output or even no urine at all...Read More
Kidney is vital organ for producing urine and at the same time discharging metabolic wastes and toxins out of the body. We know that renal failure patients often have significantly reduced urine output since the kidneys are damaged and rena...Read More
We normally have 4-6 urination during daytime and 0-2 times during the nights, if the frequency of urination is significantly increased, it is called urinary frequency, especially at nights. There are many causes of urinary frequency and on...Read More
Chronic renal failure patients will have increased urine output and the frequency of urination will also increase especially frequent urination at nights. This will severely affect patients sleep quality and it has bothered a lot of patient...Read More
Renal failure patients know that daily urine volume is important indicator of their illness conditions and they pay much attention to their urine output. In case of oliguria (it means that reduction of 24-h urine volume to less than 400ml),...Read More
Oliguria is one of the significant symptoms of kidney failure in advanced stage and is diagnosed when ones urine output is less than 400 ml within 24 hours. It is common among kidney failure patients as it is closely related with healthy ki...Read More