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What Is the Relation Between Hyperkalemia and Acidosis in CKD

Posted Time : 2014-11-03 16:46

What Is the Relation Between Hyperkalemia and Acidosis in CKD Chronic Kidney Disease, called CKD, is becoming more and more common in modern society. As it worsens, many serious symptoms and complications will also appear, effecting and damaging patient’s life. In fact, most of patients are not aware of their own disease condition and also confused about what can they do to control or relieve their renal lesions. Here the article may can help you learn more about CKD, hoping can help you take better care of yourself. Contact ONLINE DOCTOR to get more details about this or other useful information quickly and directly for free.

Hyperkalemia and acidosis are both common serious symptoms caused by renal damage. Hyperkalemia refers to the condition in which the concentration of the electrolyte potassium (K+) in the blood is elevated. Acidosis is a serious state in kidney disease that patient’s acid-base balance can not be kept very well.

Hyperkalemia and acidosis have a close relationship. For CKD patients, Kidney Failure is a common reason of Hyperkalemia, leading to weakness, arrhythmia and so om. Thus patient’s Hyperkalemia will also worsen badly. Besides, long-term acidosis wills all worsen Hyperkalemia, increasing the risk of CVD (Cardiovascular Disorder).

Both of two symptoms are not positive for CKD patients. Timely and effective treatments are necessary for patients to take to control and relieve their symptoms. Conservative treatments are recommended to be used to control and relieve renal damage.

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