Most people do not know what are the differences between acute renal failure and chronic renal failure, what are the differences, today we simply tell you about the differences between acute and chronic renal failure!
Acute renal failure referred to as acute renal failure, is a Clinical critical illness. The disease is a cause of acute renal damage caused by a variety of causes, in a few hours to several days to make a significant decline in renal function adjustment function, so that can not maintain body fluid electrolyte balance and excretion of metabolites, and lead to hyperkalemia, metabolic acid poisoning and acute uremic syndrome, this syndrome clinical called acute renal failure.
Chronic renal failure refers to a variety of kidney disease caused by slow progressive renal dysfunction, and finally lead to complete loss of renal function and uremia, causing a series of clinical symptoms and biochemical, endocrine and other metabolic disorders composed of clinical syndrome. From the onset of primary disease to the beginning of renal insufficiency, the interval can be several years to more than ten years. Chronic renal failure is a serious stage of renal insufficiency.
Above is related to acute renal failure and chronic renal failure, I believe we all have some understanding of it! I hope this article will help you. We must do a good job in the prevention and treatment of renal failure. If you have any questions you want to know, you can leave a message for us.
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