Low Blood Pressure in Dialysis Patients
Low blood pressure is a common complication of dialysis, in this article, we will analyze causes and provide some treatments.
Why low blood pressure occur in dialysis?
During dialysis, weight losing between dialysis sessions can lead to deficiency of blood volume, thereby, patients may present low blood pressure.
In addition, when patients receiving dialysis, many nutrients will be discharged out of the body via fluid, such as, protein, sugar, etc. So, once the body is shortage of these matters, hypotension may occur.
How to prevent low blood pressure in dialysis?
1. Control body weight
Between two dialysis sessions, patients should limit the intake of sodium, avoid too much water to decrease fluid overload. Since severe weight losing can increase the difficulty of dialysis, aggravate low blood pressure or even some related complications.
2. Proper diet
Because low blood pressure will cause anemia, nausea, vomitting and so on. So, patients should take high-quality protein, for example, milk, eggs, lean and so on. They should also eat some high-calory foods, supply vitamin, and other nutrient substances. Besides, patients should limit salt intake, avoid spicy, cold foods to reduce the stimulation to kidneys.
3. An effective treatment
Hot Compress Therapy is an external method, during the treatment, two bags filled with shattered herbal medicines will be placed on patients’ back, with the help of osmosis device, medicines can be penetrated into kidney lesion directly.
Most importantly, by improving blood circulation, providing nutrient matters for failed kidneys, renal function can be enhanced gradually. Once renal function is improved, it is possible to avoid dialysis, and hypotension may disappear.
Moreover, the price of the therapy is reasonable, most patients can accept. Anything unclear? Sending to email@example.com.
In addition, if the illness condition is still critical, some plasma substitute will be injected to rise blood pressure.
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