Diabetic Nephropathy is an intractable secondary disease caused by long-term diabetes. For patients with diabetes, long-term high blood pressure will cause many serious problems for them, including CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease). In other words, this kind of disease can also be called Diabetic Nephropathy. During disease, many serious symptoms and complications will appear, effecting and damaging patient’s life badly, like edema, proteinuria, and so on. But what is electrolyte imbalance? What can patients do to control and relieve this symptom? Contact ONLINE DOCTOR to get more details about this or other useful information quickly and directly for free.
What is electrolyte imbalance?
Electrolyte imbalance means that the ion in our body is high and low, not within the normal range. In clinic, patients usually may suffer from low or high permeability dehydration, edema, water intoxication, hypokalemia and hyperkalemia.
What are the causes and effects of this symptom during Diabetic Nephropathy?
Owing to the renal damage, impaired kidneys can not keep the patient’s whole system in balance. Excess water and sodium cannot be eliminated out of body, accumulating in blood and causing edema. Besides, endocrine disorder and metabolic disorders will also effect the absorption of calcium and excretion of phosphorus, leading to high phosphorus and low calcium, which makes renal osteopathy is prone to occur.
What can patients do to control and relieve this symptom?
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