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Dietary Guidelines For Patients With Advanced Uremia


2018-08-16 15:00

Dietary Guidelines,Advanced Uremia,PatientsPatients with advanced Uremia have decreased appetite and inevitably lost a small amount of blood and Protein during each Dialysis. As their survival time prolongs, their nutritional status deteriorates year by year, and their complications and mortality increase accordingly. Therefore, the diet of uremic patients should pay attention to the following aspects.

1. Eat more milk, eggs, lean meat, fish and other animal proteins, less soy products and other plant proteins, because the utilization of plant proteins is low, will aggravate uremia. Protein deficiency is more common in elderly patients. Muscle atrophy, weight loss, the amount of protein required is relatively high.

2. Sufficient heat can ensure the storage of human protein. Inadequate supplementation can lead to malnutrition; excessive supplementation can lead to diseases such as hyperlipidemia and atherosclerosis. The intake of heat is mainly cereal and less sucrose and fruit food. Try to eat less fat, especially animal fat.

3. Food fiber not only prevents constipation, but also helps to reduce serum cholesterol and glycerol three fat. The human body needs about 20 grams of dietary fiber per day. Hemodialysis patients can provide 20 grams of dietary fiber if they consume 270 grams of vegetables a day.

4. Patients with low urine volume, fewer dialysis times and high blood potassium must strictly control foods with high potassium content, such as pears and bananas. People with severe hypertension, edema or high blood sodium should control their sodium intake and eat 4-5 grams or less of salt every day. Patients with oliguria, hypertension and edema should also be strictly restricted to drinking water, and the daily amount of water should not exceed the urine output.

In this stage treatments are commonly dialysis, kidney transplant, chinese medicine, which are widely used in all over the world.

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