Experts said: after acute kidney injury occurs, the most common symptoms is to reduce urination, or even no stool, usually after the onset of a few hours or days after. But some patients also showed decreased nocturnal urine volume, I do not feel abnormal. Systemic edema, such as eye swelling, foot edema is also a common symptom." In addition, kidney damage is often accompanied by symptoms of the digestive tract, such as nausea, vomiting, etc.. Such symptoms appear to be treated in a timely manner, the sooner the better, if the development of heart failure, pulmonary edema, you have to do dialysis treatment.
The subsequent treatment of recovery is slower, more easy to slow rapidly
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"Previously thought that acute kidney injury can be cured, and now that is not the case. Although most can be cured, but can be left behind chronic kidney injury. Some injuries can be slowly restored, and some can not be restored, leaving chronic kidney injury, after a few years, but also can develop into chronic renal failure." Experts say.
Experts said: young patients in the 5% ~ 6% can leave chronic kidney injury; elderly patients with renal damage of 10% ~ 20%. The slower recovery of acute kidney injury, the more likely to develop chronic kidney injury. It is possible to develop slowly, but also directly from patients with acute kidney injury to renal failure."
Thus, for the recovery of patients with acute kidney injury is good, six months to review once; after discharge of renal creatinine is not normal, it is necessary to check once a month. Check the items including urine, kidney function, blood pressure, etc..
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