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Diet principle of dialysis patients with diabetic nephropathy

2017-11-20 17:53

Patients with diabetic nephropathy should adhere to certain principles before and after dialysis treatment, strictly limit protein intake, and strictly limit the intake of water. Patients can eat a lot of vitamin C rich vegetables and fruits, while also fasting some other salty food.

Diet principle of dialysis patients with diabetic nephropathy

In addition to the diet treatment principle of diabetic nephropathy, the attention should be paid to the following points in the diet of diabetic nephropathy patients:

After dialysis, the appetite and the total calories and protein quality of the diet should be increased than before dialysis. Each dialysis lost about 2 to 3. 5g of protein. The quality of protein in the diet on a daily dialysis weight 1 ~ 1.2g/kg supply, daily to 2 egg, milk 5ooml, the amount of fish and meat by hemodialysis in blood volume should be added rich in iron and vitamin C intake low phosphorus diet, also can be added with aluminium hydroxide, to to reduce the loss of phosphorus absorbed a lot of vitamin dialysis, should be given adequate vitamin B and vitamin C.

The diet of diabetic nephropathy is different before and after dialysis. It is very important to protect the kidney function of low protein, low cholesterol and unsaturated fatty acid diet, especially in the early stage of diabetic nephropathy, diet therapy should be paid attention to. Diet treatment of diabetic nephropathy is very important, is a very important link in the process of treatment, so we must cause high attention to patients!

 

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