Why are hypertensive nephropathy patients prone to kidney failure?2017-11-24 15:58
Why are hypertensive nephropathy patients prone to kidney failure? We all know that the physical immunity between people and people is different, the probability of suffering from a disease is also different. For example, patients with hypertensive nephropathy are more likely to suffer from kidney failure than normal people, and they are considered to be one of the susceptible populations of renal failure.
Why are hypertensive nephropathy patients prone to kidney failure? As with diabetes, the prevalence of hypertension has been increasing rapidly since the 1980s, and the incidence is increasing with the growth of age, it is a common and frequently occurring disease in the elderly. People are aware of high blood pressure can cause heart disease, cerebrovascular disease, in fact, sustained blood pressure will increase the burden on the kidneys, causing kidney damage, early onset of nocturia increased, followed by proteinuria, renal function progressive damage, serum creatinine increased, and finally develop into the renal failure. Therefore, we should closely monitor blood pressure at the same time, take regular routine urine and renal function tests, so as to have early detection of kidney damage, early treatment.
Why are hypertensive nephropathy patients prone to kidney failure? The above is a detailed introduction, we hope to help. Our hospital focus on the treatment of early symptoms of kidney disease, and achieved effective results, so that patients have great curative effect. As long as the patient according to the doctor's guidance to pay attention to daily matters, take regular illness review and timely referral after treatment, generally it does not lead to recurrence of the disease, or the development of renal failure, and even uremia.