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Why Dialysis Patients Have Low Calcium Level

2015-02-24 08:03

Why Dialysis Patients Have Low Calcium LevelDialysis is a common used way for kidney failure patients to remove waste products and prolong life. But dialysis is not perfect, for example, long-term dialysis can cause low blood calcium level. Why dialysis patients have low calcium level? Go on reading to learn more information.

Causes of low blood calcium level for dialysis patients

When your kidney function declines, your kidneys can not remove phosphate from the blood. Dialysis is also not an effective way to cleanse phosphorus in the blood, leading to high phosphorus level easily. Phosphorus and calcium are resistant. When blood phosphorus level increases, calcium level decreases. Besides, the damaged kidneys affect the absorption of calcium so as to cause low calcium level.

How to improve low calcium level for dialysis patients?

Calcium is the most abundant mineral found in the body. Low calcium can make you have fatigue, headache, muscle cramp and some other symptoms. Therefore, importance should be attached.

-You should supplement calcium about 1000-1200 mg per day through diet and medications. Besides, you should supplement vitamin D to help your body absorb calcium.

-If it is caused by high blood phosphorus level, you should limit the intake of food high in phosphorus, such as nuts. Besides, you should take phosphate binder when you have dinner to reduce the intake of phosphorus.

-In addition, you should regulate dialyzate to increase blood calcium level.

Low blood calcium level is just one of complications of dialysis. If you have had enough the complications of dialysis, you should take treatment as early as possible to restore your own kidney function. Blood Pollution Therapy is a good choice for kidney failure patients. This therapy can cleanse your blood thoroughly to set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing. After a period of treatment, the damaged kidneys regain some kidney function. For more information, please contact online doctor.

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