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Can kidney atrophy be treated without dialysis?

2017-04-06 15:36

We have heard of nephritis, kidney stones, renal failure, uremia, for renal atrophy may not know, this is a manifestation of severe kidney damage, the expression of renal function in general will be incomplete, kidney failure and other diseases, so the need for early scientific treatment, but also pay attention to diet. To prevent kidney damage, thus aggravating illness. So, how do patients with chronic renal atrophy need to eat?:

1 pasta. Patients with renal atrophy may be appropriate to eat pasta, but do not eat hard pasta, do not eat too much.

2 protein intake. Meat can be eaten, but it is best not to use beef. Usually to limit the intake of protein, can be appropriate to eat milk, meat, they contain more essential amino acids, in order to supply the body needs.

3 the intake of water and electrolytes. Patients with renal atrophy should limit the intake of water, salt, so as not to aggravate the burden on the kidneys caused by edema. Avoid eating too much potassium foods, such as bananas, dried fruits, beef, pork, sardines, bean sauce, lettuce, wheat etc.. Eat more green vegetables.

4 fat intake. Fats should be considered to eat a single unsaturated fatty acids, such as vegetable oil.

Through the introduction of the above, you should be clear about the diet of kidney atrophy, any disease, prevention is the key. Hope that through our introduction, you can get rid of bad habits in life, pay attention to physical health, prevent the occurrence of kidney disease. Wish you a speedy recovery.

 

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