blood pressure level is high after Dialysis and how to treat it? It is known that Dialysis are commonly applied in the treatment of Kidney Failure, but it will bring some complications, while the relief of symptoms caused by Kidney Disorder. You know, high blood pressure is one of the side effects of Dialysis, it also will affect the curative effects of medicines. What's worse, if blood pressure is high, you need to stop Dialysis. You can consult ONLINE DOCTOR to know the treatments directly in free.
Why the blood pressure level is high after Dialysis?
1. Fluid Overload: Kidney produces urine from the body of excess Fluid. Kidney Failure can not take the liquid (Water), so that the blood pressure is high.
2. Excess wastes in Blood: who are on Dialysis, your kidneys fail to maintain electrolyte balance and eliminate the waste in the blood. These harmful substances can be deposited in the vessel Wall and the blood vessels more Rigid, which can also cause high blood pressure.
3. Erythropoietin deficiency: some Dialysis Patients Receiving EPO that can stimulate the bone marrow to produce more cells, it also can help relieve the renal anemia, but in other respects, which contributes to high blood pressure.
How to lower the level of high blood pressure?
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy as an Innovation of the traditional Chinese Medicine which has the function of expanding blood vessels, adjust high blood pressure. What's More, the active ingredients of this Therapy may activate intrinsic renal cells to help them Recover. It shows the effect on repairing diseased renal cell, the renal function can be improved with the help of this Therapy. As improved renal function, Dialysis Patient has a certain possibility of reducing the frequency of dialysis, dialysis even can be avoided.
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