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Diet of Patients with Uremia ( End Stage Renal Disease(ESRD) )

Uremia is called end stage of Chronic Kidney Disease in foreign countries and it is the most serious stage. Combination of diet and treatment is very helpful for patients with Uremia; however, some patients with Uremia do not know what they should pay attention to in their diet. The followings are the several important points for patients with Uremia ( End Stage Renal Disease(ESRD) ).
■ First of all, the earliest and most prominent manifestations are about digestive tract and it can manifest as anorexia, discomfort of abdomen, nausea, vomit, and diarrhea and so on. For patients, they are so likely to have poor appetite, so a reasonable arrangement about their diet is very necessary. Patients with Uremia should take low-protein diet as their first choice and selected protein should contain essential amino-acid which mainly exist in animal protein. These foods include milk, eggs, fish and lean meat. They can not only ensure the supply of essential amino acid, but also promote the use of non protein nitrogen, so as to relieve azotemia.How to Treat Kidney Failure With Chinese Medicine Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy for CKD
■ Foods taken by patients with Uremia ( End Stage Renal Disease(ESRD) ) must be easy to digest and abundant in vitamin, especially vitamin B, vitamin C and vitamin D. Patients with Uremia ( End Stage Renal Disease(ESRD) -Treatment Options for Stage 5 Kidney Disease ) should avoid eating rough food, because this kind of food can scratch digestive trace, causing gastrointestinal bleeding. For patients who have no serious swelling and if their urine volume is not so less, water intake should not be limited.Hot Compress Therapy for Kidney Disease
■ patients with Uremia ( End Stage Renal Disease(ESRD) -Can End-stage Kidney Disease Be Reversed or Improved ) should try to replenish adequate water and sodium. Hydration and hyponatremia are usually appear among patients with Uremia, especially among these who have long-term inappetence, vomit and diarrheal. Once these symptoms appear, patients with Uremia should be supplied with water and foods containing sodium. Meanwhile, the volume should not be too much, because it is easy to cause hypernatremia and water intoxication.Herbal Medicine Treats Kidney Disease

■ For patients with Uremia ( End Stage Renal Disease(ESRD) ), the volume of potassium is usually lower than that for healthy people, especially after they use diuretic, so it is easy for them to have hypokalemia. Therefore, they should eat more fresh fruits which are abundant in potassium such as mango, banana, tomato and jujube. Moreover, calcium volume in their body is less than that of healthy people, so they should eat foods containing large amount of calcium, such as fish, shrimp, black fungus and nori.

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