Taking Drugs With Sodium Bicarbonate Content In Patients With Kidney Disorders?
Good night. My father was hospitalized. And diagnosed with kidney problems and had to undergo hemodialysis … We were given the drug “Bicnat” after I read it, on this site. This Bicnat medicine must be carefully consumed for people with kidney disorders … What do you mean by that? Thank you in advance
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The medicine you are asking for contains sodium bicarbonate, which is also known as baking soda. This drug is used to neutralize blood acids, stomach acids and urine or urine. This drug contains sodium or salt, so it has the potential to increase blood pressure. Patients with heart and kidney disease are generally accompanied by high blood pressure. Therefore, the use of this drug in patients with heart and kidney disease must be careful. This means that the drug must be consumed by a doctor's prescription and under a doctor's supervision. Where doctors will prescribe drugs if the benefits provided are greater than the adverse effects. In addition, doctors will also provide antihypertensive drugs that will reduce blood pressure in high blood pressure.
If this drug is recommended by the treating doctor in the hospital, you don't need to worry too much. Moreover, your father is an inpatient. If there are complaints, you can submit directly to the nurse in charge. The nurse will contact the treating doctor if needed.
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