CKD is a chronic disease caused by various disease. It has no obvious symptoms that remind patients of their kidney condition in early stage. So for CKD patients,timely diagnosis and effective treatments are important to control their condition. In fact,high blood pressure is just one of the symptoms of CKD.
So what are the causes of high blood pressure in CKD patients?
High blood pressure is a chronic medical condition in which the blood pressure in the arteries is elevated. It is increase the risk of stroke, aneurysms and peripheral arterial disease or other disease. Especially for CKD patients,high blood pressure increase the risk of death from cardiovascular disease(CVD).
With creatinine 1.6,patients’ kidneys are damage mildly and there may be no obvious symptoms that influences patients normal life. Owing to damage of kidneys,the generation of renin will be increased,which may activate RAAS system and constricts blood vessels. Then blood pressure may be increased.
For CKD patients,controlling the high blood pressure is necessary to decrease the risk of death. If you are diagnosed with renal hypertension,your doctor may advise you to take some medicine to limit the high blood pressure. Such as ACEI,ARB. For a certainty,ACEI and ARB are beneficial to control patients high blood pressure. Nevertheless,the fundamental cause of renal hypertension is the damaged kidneys,then treating the kidney disease is the basic solution method.
If you do not want to take dialysis,may Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can help you more to control your high blood pressure and treat your kidney disease. Talk to live doctor and you can get more information about Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. Compared with Western Medicine and dialysis,it has less side-affects to control the inflammatory response and relieve the kidney disease.
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