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Why Does High Urea Nitrogen Still Occur After Dialysis

2014-03-03 16:29

Why Does High Urea Nitrogen Still Occur After DialysisThe important function of dialysis is to help replace the functions of damaged kidneys to discharge excessive metabolic wastes and toxins from the blood so as to help lower high urea nitrogen level, reduce high creatinine level and purify the internal environment. However, in some cases, the patients’ urea nitrogen level is still high. What is the reason? Follow us to find the answer.

1. Possible reasons of high urea nitrogen level after dialysis

Usually patients with end stage kidney disease have dialysis three times a week and each dialysis should last for 3-5 hours to ensure the adequacy of dialysis. If your high urea nitrogen has not been decreased after dialysis, tell your doctor and have more frequent dialysis to see if this is effective.

Some other toxins are larger which can not be discharged by dialysis. This is because dialysis can only remove micromolecular wastes out of the blood, but it can not remove larger ones. These larger ones will poison the kidneys and cause further damage on kidney function.

Dialysis is just an artificial machine and it can not replace the full functions of kidneys. Once you stop dialysis, your urea nitrogen will increase again.

2. What should you do with high urea nitrogen after dialysis?

To reduce high urea nitrogen without dialysis, the key is to repair injured kidney tissues and improve kidney function. As long as your kidney function is improved, they can discharge urea nitrogen by themselves. To improve kidney function, Micro-Chinese medicine osmotherapy is recommended for you. This therapy is able to dilate your blood vessels and improve blood circulation, which will provide more blood and oxygen for damaged kidney cells and tissues as well as improve their self-curative ability. In this way, damaged kidney tissues can be repaired and regenerated, and then kidney function will be improved gradually.

Only when kidney function is improved can high urea nitrogen be decreased fundamentally.

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