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How to Increase Urine Output in Dialysis Patients

2014-01-25 10:51

Kidneys can filter out metabolic waste products and extra fluid from our body in the form of urine. Normally, 1000-2000 ml urine is produced daily. When kidneys fail to function adequately, urine output will reduce. How to increase urine output in dialysis patients?

Why does urine output decline in dialysis patients?

Each kidney is composed of around one million nephrons. Nephrons mainly contain glomeruli and renal tubule. Glomeruli act as filters in kidneys and are responsible for filtering waste products from blood. Then the filtered blood will flows through renal tubule, where the residual useful substances in blood will be reabsorbed.

A variety of diseases and conditions can affect nephrons in an adverse way, resulting in decline in number of nephrons. As more and more nephrons become impaired and even necrotic, the kidneys will fail to function. Dialysis will have to be applied. When the left nephrons are not enough to filter the blood, the urine output will decline and high levels of waste products will build up in body. Some patients may still have urine if they just start dialysis. As the extending of dialysis treatment, the urine output will decline ceaselessly. Eventually, no urine will be produced. This is because dialysis can not improve renal function.

How to increase urine output in dialysis patients?

The cause of decreased urine output is given in the above content. To increase the urine output in dialysis patients, the underlying treatment goal is to increase the number of nephrons. If the native kidneys can function better, more urine will be produced.

Micro-Chinese Medicines Osmotherapy is an effective treatment for dialysis patients. This therapy can activate the self-healing system of the body. If the impaired kidney tissues and cells can be repaired, the number of healthy nephrons will increase. If so, the urine output will increased in dialysis patients.

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