Is It Necessary To Dialysis In Patients With Kidney Disorders?
My Ureum 234, Creatine 15, HB 5. If I don’t wash blood, how?
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The results of the examination that you mentioned are the results of examinations of your kidneys and red blood cells. The results of these tests did indicate a disturbance in the kidney of your mother. The kidneys play an important role in removing various poisons from the body. If the kidney is disrupted, toxins will accumulate in the body and cause various symptoms in the patient. Blood washing is a procedure that can replace kidney function if someone has a kidney disorder. The need for dialysis patients is determined by internal medicine doctors who treat patients based on various considerations. If the doctor who treats you suggests dialysis, you should follow that advice. Dialysis is an action that can help patients with kidney disorders that are severe enough to live longer and improve their quality of life. Even though the doctor makes a dialysis plan, the patient still has the right to refuse the action. However, you need to consider the risks that can occur if you don't dialysis. If you have a kidney disorder that has been long and very severe, you can only last a few days to several weeks without dialysis. Swelling and tightness may also increase without dialysis. After dialysis, the patient's condition will usually improve. You can discuss further with the internist who treats you about your current condition and the consequences if you do not undergo dialysis. You can also ask what plans you will do if you don't dialysis.
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