Complications of renal failure and dialysis2017-01-24 17:02
Complications of renal failure and dialysis
Often associated with hypertension, anemia, heart failure, cardiomyopathy, pericarditis, disorders of water and acid-base imbalance, renal osteodystrophy, fracture, infection.
In addition to the above system complications, chronic renal failure dialysis patients can also have the following complications:
1 aluminum poisoning: Patients with end-stage renal disease treated with conventional dialysis are prone to concurrent aluminum poisoning.
2 dialysis related amyloidosis: dialysis related amyloidosis (DRA) is a form of bone and joint disease seen in patients with long-term dialysis. The clinical symptoms and incidence were closely related to the duration of dialysis.
3 changes of trace elements: the effect of renal failure and dialysis on the metabolism of trace elements greatly, they accumulated in various parts of the body can cause toxic reaction.
(1) aluminum: see aluminum poisoning.
(2) copper: plasma levels of copper in patients with chronic renal failure without dialysis were normal, but also slightly lower.
(3) zinc: chronic renal failure eating low protein diet and nephrotic syndrome, a large number of urinary protein loss of zinc content is often very low.