How To Reduce Urea In Patients With A History Of Diabetes And Hypertension?
Good morning doctor. I want to ask a doctor. How to reduce Ureum how? Because my grandmother’s ureum is high, 168.3 pairs of creatinine 0.76. Indeed, BAK is now only slightly concentrated, but also the doctor’s color. All activities are limited by doctors. Installed CVP, colostomy bag (STOMA). History of hypertension and DM disease, doctors and still routine drugs. Thank you doctor.
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High urine is also called uremia, this condition indicates a decrease in kidney function to help the body's metabilism. Because kidney function is to reduce and remove toxins from the body, a decrease in kidney function can be at risk of causing the disruption of metabolic output.
To provide treatment and control of uremia, it is necessary to know the main cause of uremia, so that treatment goes well and kidney function is also getting better. The cause of uremia can be caused by diseases outside the kidney organs or it can also be caused by diseases inside the kidneys themselves. Some of the conditions below can trigger uremia, such as:
2. high protein consumption
4. heart failure and high blood pressure
5. urinary stones
6. kidney cyst
7. inflammation of kidney tissue
8. kidney tumor
9. Blockage of the urethra
10. Acute poisoning
In connection with your question, if the examination results show uric 168.3 mg / dl; then this does indeed indicate an increase in urea more than normal values. Implications with a high rise in urea can be headaches, shortness of breath, psychological changes, nausea and vomiting, or abnormal bleeding. With a history of DM, cosotomy bag, and high blood pressure, the condition can aggravate uremia. So controlling for factors that aggravate complaints and control their causes will help control uremia.
In addition, controlling your diet by consuming low-protein foods, dialysis, or kidney transplantation can be considered according to the advice of the doctor treating your grandmother. Therefore, discuss it directly with your internist or nephrologist for further treatment and treatment.
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