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Is There Anything I Can Do To Prevent Low Blood Pressure After Dialysis

2015-09-02 02:18

Q:

During and after dialysis I always have low blood pressure. Is there anything I can do to prevent it from happening?

A:

Is There Anything I Can Do To Prevent Low Blood Pressure After DialysisDialysis is one of the important treatments for kidney failure. Adequate dialysis can expand lifespan and improve life quality. But it will also lead to many complications like low blood pressure.

Reason of low blood pressure in dialysis

Low blood pressure is rather common for dialysis patients. The problem occurs because the body tries to maintain the balance of fluid between the bloodstream and the other tissues. Since fluid is pulled out of the blood through the dialyser, the fluid volume in the bloodstream begins to drop. The body starts to transfer fluid from the tissue space into the bloodstream. During the process, the patient may suffer from low blood pressure if she or he does not have enough fluid in the tissue space to transfer, or if the transfer cannot occur quickly enough.

Treatment for low blood pressure

Control fluid intake during dialysis sessions: Although dialysis can help filter blood, patients still need to manage their fluid and sodium intake to prevent dialysis-related complications.

Improve kidney function: If you still have certain kidney function and urine, you have the chance to improve your kidney function. 4M Therapy (Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Foot Bath, Medicinal Soup and Mai Kang Mixture), Blood and Cleansing Detoxification Therapy can rescue injured kidney cells and improve renal function through removing toxins out of the body, improving blood circulation, preventing inflammation and coagulation, and providing necessary nutrients for impaired kidneys. When your kidney function is improved, it is possible for you to get rid of dialysis. Thus, low blood pressure and other complications can be prevented radically.

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