“Hello, doctor. My BUN is 35; Creatinine is 1.4 congestive heart failure patient Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension, diabetic. Experienced acute renal failure in 2010 due to IV contrast reaction. Saw "kidney disease" in med chart, but don't know how/why to ask for referral to nephrologist.” this is a patient’ email. Many patients ask our ONLINE DOCTOR, we will give you some professional guidance as soon as possible.
Acute renal failure (ARF) refers to the sudden or glomerular filtration rate continued to decline, causing the quality of nitrogen wastes the body retention, water, electrolyte and acid-base balance disorders, various complications caused by the clinical syndrome. Decline in renal function may occur in patients without kidney disease original, may also occur in the original with stable chronic kidney disease, a sudden sharp deterioration of renal function. 2005 acute kidney injury Network (AKIN) will be named acute renal failure acute kidney injury (AKI): renal function (glomerular filtration rate) suddenly decreased, the absolute performance of serum creatinine value increases ≥0.3mg / dl, or an increase ≥50%, or urine output <0.5ml / (kg.h) continuously over six hours (discharge obstructive nephropathy or dehydration). Proposed staging and diagnosis of AKI concept of critically ill ARF early diagnosis and early intervention, improved patient outcomes, both in the positive sense.
Chinese medicine can penetrated into renal lesions and control the renal inflammatory response and high blood pressure. Thus it can relieve patients’ renal damage and create a better space for renal repair.
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