High BUN (Blood Urea Nitrogen) is a common indicator for almost of CKD patients. In clinic,it can reflect the patients’ renal function based on its level. Here the article will analyze the reasons of high level of BUN,hoping it can help you learn more about it and take better care of yourself. Free Online Doctor to get more details about your directly and quickly.
Kidney Failure is a progressive loss in renal function over several months or years. As kidney function worsens,kidneys fail to adequately filter waste products from the blood,which will cause many serious problems for patients. Their systemic multiple systems and organs will be effected and damaged badly,and then many severer symptoms and organs will appear. Just like the high level of BUN.
In general,high BUN may be caused by various reasons,like high protein diet,decrease in Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR) and in blood volume (hypovolemia),congestive heart failure,gastrointestinal hemorrhage,fever and increased catabolism. In Kidney Failure,owing to the renal damage,high BUN is more common in sick patients.
There are some symptoms caused by BUN in Kidney Failure as follows,hooping this can help you more to avoid your renal damage:
1. Urinary obstruction.
2. CHF (congestive heart-failure),serious infection,diabetic acidosis,hypoadrenocorticism,hepatorenal syndrome,and so on.
3. Renal dysfunction caused by acute nephritis,Chronic Nephritis,PKD and so on.
The most important thing for all of Kidney Failure patients is to take a timely effective treatment to solve their renal problems and avoid the severer symptoms and complications. A new alternative therapy may can help you change and rescue your impaired kidneys and life,which is called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It can help Kidney Failure patients more get rid of Kidney Dialysis or even Kidney Transplant.
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