7 May 2019

When does dialysis or transplant need?

In the last 35 years, changes in diabetes and kidney transplants can lead to changes in the lives of millions of patients. The need for dialysis or transplantation depends on the patient's symptoms and quality of life. As long as the person working under the kidney does not need to have dialysis or transplant, there is no problem in everyday life. The presence of one of the following symptoms indicates the need for dialysis or transplant in a kidney patient.
  • Pericarditis (inflammation of the heart around the heart)
  • Causes of hand and foot neurons due to uranium (neuropathy)
  • Encephalopathy (brain work to be decomposed-unconscious)
  • Muscle Pull (Irritability)
  • Useless-nausea-hunger should die even after drug and food diarrhea
  • Do not balance water and salts. (Despite taking medicines)

Eg. Although not taking inflammation, however, inflammation; Having high potassium in the blood (despite having a diet), blood clotting acid (despite taking alkaline medication), it is very intolerable itching, presence of signs in the morning, vomiting, muscle pulling etc. Signs that soon the dialysis or transplant will be needed .
There is a lot of questions that should be done in cases of diabetes or transplant if there is a considerable amount of uria, creine, etc. in laboratory tests, but this decision can not be taken based solely on the laboratory report. Laboratory reports and patient's symptoms do not always increase with each other in each patient. Due to the loss of kidneys due to dialysis, the symptoms that cause distress are early (and there is a delay in the generation of the creatinine in the report). Changes in patient's symptoms and laboratory reports are based on the extent of the patient's size, the amount of muscles, the condition of nutrition and the presence of other diseases. In America, if the blood is 8 mg / dl of creatine. Mediclaim is passed to the dialysis or transplant only if it is more or more than or less than 10 ml / minute of creatine clearance. Of course, many patients may need dialysis or transplant if there is less than eight per cent of creatinine.
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